Checklist Template

Create checklists for yourself or your team to stay on top of the tasks that need to be completed.

What is a Checklist?

A checklist is a list of tasks that need to be completed either by yourself or your team. It's a way to ensure everyoone on is on the same page with what needs to be completed and by when.

Why are Checklists Important?

Checklists are in important way to make sure that your tasks get completed. They can be tasks for yourself or your team. Checklists help create ownerrship, deadlines and expectations as to when things will get finished by. It's one of the best ways to move work forward.

What You Should Include in Your Checklists?

Checklist Name

Date / Date range

Tasks - Add a brief description.  

  • Add Subtasks: (Optional)
  • Status: Include the status of whether the task was .competed, in progress or not started.
  • Date Due: Add the date the task should be completed by.
  • Date Completed: Add the date of completion next to each task.

Continue repeating for every task.

Key Benefits of Creating Checklists on

Bit is an collaborative interactive modern document platform that allows you to incorporate smart content inside of your documents. Individuals and teams from across the globe are using Bit for fast beautiful documents.

Here are some of the man benefits of using Bit:

  1. Collaborate in real-time
  2. Interlink process documents
  3. Create fully responsive documents
  4. Create private SMART Goals only visible to yourself or your team
  5. Track engagement on shared SMART Goals with clients, partners, etc.

How to Make Your Checklist Interactive?

Recommended Power links and Files you can add to your Bit document checklist:

  • Web links
  • Google Sheets, OneDrive Excel, Airtable
  • GitHub
  • Social Media posts
  • YouTube, Vimeo
  •, Lucidcharts
  • Sketchfab, Figma, Marvel
  • PDFs, PowerPoint in Google Drive/OneDrive
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Checklist Template

Bit documents can also be embedded onto any website! Here's is Bit document that you can interact with and see in it's entirety:
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