There are two ways in which you can create tasks in Fleep. The first is by starting the message with "/task" and following that with the content of the task: "/task <message>". For example:
Hitting 'Send' will then create the following task:
The second way to create a task is to post a message and then convert it into a task - just right-click on the message and select "Create task" in the drop-down menu (in mobile apps, the option appears when you long-press on the message). See for example:
And in the mobile versions, iPhone and Android respectively:
A few more tips:
- the "/taskto @" command - when creating a task with the slash command, you can try using "/taskto" followed by mentioning a conversation member's Fleep ID with the @ sign. In this way, the task will automatically be assigned to the person mentioned, e.g.: "/taskto @julie.roseplum designs from Joel" created a task "designs from Joel" in the example conversations, and this was automatically assigned to Julie.
- the /bug command - this is a favorite of all software developers. Using the /bug command instead of /task will create the task with a bug emoticon.
Here's a quick video guide to the Tasks feature in Fleep: