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Product: Tags/ labels and color coding

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    Julia M. shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Yes!!! And put red priority tasks at top of list!!!!!

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Yeah! Where did this feature go?

    • Fernando De Leon commented  · 

      Give users the ability to create labels and add color to the label.

      For Example Priority labels:

      High - Red
      Medium - Orange
      Low - Yellow

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Agree, though i now only use three levels: critical, major, ordinary. This aligns with software bug tracking practice in my work, and MS-Outlook practice. Really need at least 3 though. I would not add a lot of customization, just to keep it simple and reliable.

    • JRP commented  · 

      Expanding priority levels to 3 or 4 would increase utility immensely. I like the idea of being able to customize the "title" of the priority levels too.

    • JRP commented  · 

      Tags are important for organizing projects or related tasks (especially if lists are set up as "context" buckets, as in GTD). And if tags are added, a method of filtering the views for one (or more) tags would be important (as well as adding a view that lists tasks according to tags).

    • Ori Mamdon commented  · 

      C-O-L-O-R-S! for the topics.. That would be much easy to navigate and much nicer to look at..
      Right now (without colors) it feels like 'spending energy' on searching the right topic to put the task in. Actually like Google Keep.
      For me, except that, works really perfect!!

    • Mr. Peterson commented  · 

      if you're going to do that, might as well add quick color/tag filtering button. love that feature.

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      I would also use this for "tagging" categories

    • Andrew commented  · 

      When looking at all the tasks in list view, it would be really nice if it each one had a visual marker revealing it's category. It could be a color or a letter in the corner of the boxes. But, I like to see all my tasks at once, not by category.

    • Roger commented  · 

      I would like to have either A, B, C, D levels or urgent/important, important/not urgent, urgent/not important and parking lot levels. This is like the Franklin Covey system that I have used for years. Thank you.

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Also two degrees of importance is very missed feature

    • Haley Cobb commented  · 

      Frankly, I'm surprised this hasn't yet been introduced. Almost every other productivity app has some form of color coding available. In order to be competitive with things like Google Keep, etc. I would highly, highly recommend implementing this! It would help me keep my items straight across multiple platforms (like my Google Calendar) without requiring complex integration.

    • sansira commented  · 

      I preferred red to the star.

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Agreed. This being gone frustrates me to no end.

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Stars are for favorites, red or explanation mark is better for something important

    • Anonymous commented  · 

      Allow colors to be assigned to a list.
      For example - all items in Personal Work list could have yellow color & all items on Work list could have blue color.

      Consequently, in the view "ALL" it will be easy to distinguish visually.

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