Moment: Allow editing tasks
When I plan my day, I need to add new tasks in addition to those I'm migrating to another day.
Carl G commented
Any.do Team - Android does *not* have an add new task option as a part of the Plan My Day script (as of 11/26/2018). Please review. It's annoying to have to go back into Any.Do after I've completed my review to add new items - not terminal, but annoying. Thanks!
AdminAny.do (Any.do'er, Any.DO) commented
The new Any.do Moment was just released on iOS and will soon come out to Android as well. Since it allows the option to add a new task, this idea was changed to 'edit task from Moment'.
I love plan my day but it would be great if I could use it to also rearrange timing. Perhaps my day plan has changed and I need to reschedule tasks within that day. In this case, seeing my scheduled events for the day may also be helpful so that I do not plan to do my marking when I have been scheduled into an in-school team meeting.
So I can plan my day and add new tasks that are not yet listed, without the need to open the app separately. Sometimes I forget to add tasks, but the "any new tasks?" feature would remind me.
Martha Everett commented
Sometimes I do not want to set something for the same time as the day I previously planned it for. It would be great if when moment brought an event up that had a time already set it allowed you to change that time easily.
Raymond Calla commented
I can't seem to figure out how to add tasks from plan your day/moments. This is counterintuitive. If I'm planning my day I'd like to be able to add tasks at that time instead of just scrolling through what I've added, trying to remember what I want to add then reentering the app. If there's already a way to do this, please let me know what it is.
-Often one is reminded of new tasks while reviewing
-Also often one sees that a task is off while reviewing or during the pop-up. It would be great to have the ability to change that task or add another one
Then you can immediately plan new to do's and make it more effective.