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To insert a Nested Task into your [[Task]], just drag the Task from the [[Task Explorer]] onto your [[Task Designer|Task Design View]]. Here is an example of what a Nested Task looks like:
 
To insert a Nested Task into your [[Task]], just drag the Task from the [[Task Explorer]] onto your [[Task Designer|Task Design View]]. Here is an example of what a Nested Task looks like:
  
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A Nested Task is a Task that has been included as a Node in another Task. Tasks are themselves Task Elements and so can be reused as appropriate.

For example, you may have a Task which goes off and does a Database Query for customer email addresses and then prunes the results. If this routine gets used more than once, it makes sense to create one Task and re-use it instead of creating the same sequence of Task Elements multiple times.

How To Create a Nested Task

To insert a Nested Task into your Task, just drag the Task from the Task Explorer onto your Task Design View. Here is an example of what a Nested Task looks like:

Nested task 1.gif