The Task View pane contains all tasks with their status, names, progress and scheduling information. It is a central part of the program’s main window that lets you easily track overall status of your backups.
The pane is customizable. In the View menu, you can point to Task View, and then select columns to be displayed in it. Generally, there can be six columns:
You can sort tasks by clicking the column name.
Each task can be in several statuses, as follows:
Success. The task has completed successfully.
Success with Warning. The task has completed successfully, but there were minor errors during copying. This can happen, for example, if the program could not back up some file’s attributes, or if some other application modified the backup set during the process. In most cases, repeating the task will end with success.
Success with Scheduling. The task is scheduled, and last run ended with a success.
Success with Scheduling, Ignoring Errrors. A task was completed successfully, ignoring any minor error occured during execution.
Error. The task has ended with an error.
Error with Scheduling. An error that occurs during execution of a scheduled task (e.g., server failure).
Scheduled. The task is scheduled, but has never been executed yet.
Idle. The task is not scheduled and has never been executed yet. New task.
Running. The task is running.
Stopped. The task was stopped by the user.
You can right-click each task, to open a dropdown menu and see the full list of available operations.
Note: Most context menu commands are common for all tasks, and can be used for multiple tasks at once.