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Upon analyzing the project, various issues have emerged. Scanyp offers a plethora of recommendations to enhance the code base. Furthermore, Scanyp has introduced a useful feature for task management, facilitating tracking of work needed to bolster code quality.

Each task is characterized by:

  • Title
  • Category: Options include Code Review, Issue Resolving, or Understand.
  • Priority: Ranges from Low to High.
  • Time to Finish: Estimated duration to complete the task.
  • Assigned User: The individual responsible for accomplishing the task.
  • Associated Data: Essential information aiding the user in understanding and completing the task.

Issue Resolvig Task

Upon issue identification, users may opt to address specific ones. To this end, they can establish a task for oversight of their issue resolution efforts. Users can generate such tasks from the Issues page by selecting an issue and clicking "Add to my tasks". Users have the choice of appending the issue to a new or existing task.

Code Understand Task

At times, users encountering a code base may struggle to decipher certain code functionalities. In such cases, from the code insight page, they can highlight the code segment in question and select "Add to tasks". Once the task is in place, users can liaise with fellow developers concerning this code segment through the discussion feature.

Code Review Task

Scanyp boasts an enhanced source code browsing tool that furnishes all requisite information for code assessment. Labels, for instance, provide insightful pointers on potential actions required for specific code sections.
Should a user, using the Scanyp code explorer, discern that a code segment may be overly lengthy, intricate, or highly interlinked, they can opt for a review. They simply need to hit "Add to tasks", thus initiating a joint effort to restructure the code.

Linking Data to the Task

For effective task completion, it's beneficial to equip the developer with all relevant data. This ensures they fully comprehend and efficiently execute the task. Scanyp facilitates this by allowing the association of various elements like issues, queries, code source, dependency graphs, dependency matrices, charts, and URLs to a task.

To incorporate new data to the task, navigate to the relevant page and attach the desired element. For instance, to append a dependency graph, one can visit the dependency graph page, select the appropriate graph, and then click the "Add to my tasks" button.

A graph can be incorporated from the Chart page.

Similarly, this applies to other components such as Queries, Issues, Dependency matrix, and Code source.