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Show task list

Intended Use

Send an e-mail to a user with a link to open iCL Filler and navigate to the task list in one click.

Without any parameters, clicking the link will simply open iCL Filler and navigate to the default view "assigned to me" in the tasks list view.$action=showtasks

Additionally, you can provide the following parameters to pre-filter the task list view:

Available parameters - all optional​

qtexta search expression - any task that contains this term in its title, externalid or description will be shown
vtextshort name of a task view. Available: assigned, selfassignable, all
staticquerytextif present and the value is 1, then the search query is static and cannot be changed by the user without restarting the application

For example, opening the following link will show the tasks list view with the view "assigned to me" and the filter phrase "one". Note that "one" is shown in a gray box, indicating that it is a static query.$action=showtasks&q=one&v=assigned&staticquery=1

If you simply omit the staticquery parameter, the view will still be filtered by the query "one", but the user can change the query in the application.$action=showtasks&q=one&v=assigned


If you have the Android SDK installed on your computer, and set up developer mode on your device, you can use the ADB command shell to test this feature. For this, simply start ADB and run the command like so:

adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.VIEW -c android.intent.category.BROWSABLE -d "\$action=showtasks"

Notice that we had to escape the special characters $ and & with a backslash \ as this is required by ADB.