Now that you’ve created a user task, you can now assign a priority.  I call this out as a separate tip, as it is most likely not intuitive that you can do this.

Under the ‘!’ column, you can click on any cell to pop open the Priority combo box.

Task List User Task Priority Drop Down

Then you’ll be able to view and sort your user tasks based on priority.

TaskListUserTaskPriority2

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