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creating a checklist in teamspace

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Hi,

I am looking for some help / ideas on how to best create a checklist that can be assigned to people that is easy to use on TeamSpace. We are trying to do this to track activities / to-do list to better support the startup of our new hires.

I don’t want to create tasks because the number of tasks are so many that it is overwhelming to look at.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks and best regards,

Sandra
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Can you tell me briefly how ? Is there step by step procedures ?
Thanks for your help
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