It happens a lot that you need similar or the same tasks in more than one projects. To give you an option to have a pre-defined set of tasks, Q. gives you the option to create task bundles. That is a list of tasks you need more often and can easily be imported at once. When you want to create a Task Bundle, you can do that by going to menu / settings / task bundles.
Here you can create a new one by clicking on the "+ Add Bundle" button. Then it will open a new pop-up, where you can name the bundle, write a short description and chose a nice little icon.
Afterwards you will be forwarded to the Task-Bundle Details. There you can add a new list. When you create a new one, you can easily add tasks by clicking on the "Add Task" next to the list name. You just have to name the task and select a type.
When you want to add more details to your tasks, you can click on the tree little dots on the right side of the task and select edit. There it will open a pop-up where you can write a description, set the due after creation and Time Budget.
When you are done with the Task Bundle but do not like the order, you can change it per drag and drop afterwards.
Now you are able to import you task bundle into a project. Therefore, you have to switch to the tab "Tasks". Click on the three dots on the right side above the team member icon and select "Import Bundle".
You can also add task bundles to a project type, so that the tasks are already there when you create a new project. Go to settings / project types and add a project type or click on an existing one. Now you just have to click on the "+" button in the "Task Bundles" window and select the bundle you want to link to the project type.