You can add simple subtasks to an activity to define some steps you want to make sure you complete each time you engage in it or to track which activity you did that specific time.
For example, if you are tracking your workout you may want to make sure to complete all types of exercises you planned to do, such as push-ups, crunches, and curls.
On the other hand, if you’re trying to eat healthier you may decide to pick between eggs, oatmeal, or yogurt for breakfast. You can add these three snacks as subtasks and mark which one you actually ate.
Add subtasks to an activity
You can easily add subtasks when you create a new activity or later on use the edit menu.
How to mark a subtask as done
To mark a subtask as done tap on the activity in the timeline, the subtasks are shown right below the goal counter (or done button if no goal is set for the activity), then just tap on the circle on the right to mark each subtask as completed.