The Tasks event shows time intervals with tasks started via the
Task API, for example, with
Task.ContinueWith. Use the Tasks filter to analyze the code behind tasks.
Note that if you use the
async/await syntactic sugar to run tasks, the applied Tasks filter will leave only the code behind the Task execution node (to be more correct, time intervals when this code was executed). The
async method itself including the continuation code is out of the filter's scope. For more information about how to analyze asynchronous code, refer to Analyze Async Calls.
Last modified: 09 December 2022