BasicOps is made up of a three-part hierarchy so your team can stay organized from top to bottom. Here's what you need to know:
At the top level you have a Workspace. A Workspace is your entire organization, it's the first thing you create during the signup process and where chats, projects, tasks and your team are kept. You can use a workspace to represent a company, organization, or department.
The next level down from Workspaces are Projects. Projects are a collection of tasks, discussions, files, and team members. A place where you and your team can collaborate about a specific topic or subject. You can use projects to develop a product, launch a website, or track clients.
Tasks are the essential pieces of your project. They are specific details that you need to get done. Think of it as a “to-do” item, an action item or a job assignment. Tasks are where you hold important discussions, break down assignments, and share files. Within each task you can create subtasks to break down larger tasks into more manageable pieces.
Subtasks further breaks down your tasks. At the subtask level, you can hold discussions, create more subtasks, attach files, and add followers. An easy way to identify subtasks from parent tasks is by looking at the indented tasks from your task list or clicking the subtask section in the parent task.