Consider the following example: creating and viewing TODO items for each of the team members.
Creating patterns for TODO items
Next, create several filters, which you will use to show the TODO items, say, for each of the developers, and not for your good self. For this purpose, in the Filters section, click , and specify the filter names, for example,
For Bob, and
not for me. Associate these filters with the patterns:
Creating TODO items in source code
Now, in the source code, create TODO items: in the line of code, where you want to add a note, press ⌘/, or ⌥⌘/, and type
TODO that matches one of the patterns, followed by some meaningful description:
Viewing TODO items
Having produced a number of TODO items across the whole project, review them in the TODO tool window: click the TODO button on the tool window bar to show the tool window. By default, all the encountered TODO items are displayed.
Let's now show the TODO items for Bob and John, and hide the other items: click the filter icon on the toolbar of the TODO tool window, and select in the menu: