Reminders: Easy access
When we set a reminder time, we have to use the up or down arrows to set a time. It takes a lot of clicks if you're going from 7 o'clock a.m. to 7 o'clock p.m.
Most apps nowadays have a feature where when you click the time, an analog clock pops up and you can choose the time you want on that clock. That would be very helpful with this app.
Being able to quickly add a due date and reminder is the only reason I paid for Todoist. I switched over to Any.do because of bugs that weren't fixed, but I dearly miss this feature.
- Make it simple first, just a date and time (see Wunderlist - "today at 15:00")
- Highlight the text that was detected
- Allow the user to stop a wrong detection (e. g. by tapping on the detected text to disable detection)
- Allow the user to disable the feature completely
Almost always I want the ability to open the tasks from the reminder to see the detail, not just hit snooze. Normallyy instinct oa to click the name to do this (so could retain the reminder functions at the same time)
Michael Eger commented
I request the option to modify my task on reminder popup.
This would allow us add a subtask or a note to a reacuring task.
Dailly journaling promps
Care note reminders
Event check lists
As a user, I prefer to create all tasks first before scheduling them. Once I have them added in today's list, I would like to schedule each one of them while looking at the entire list. Thus a shortcut to set date/time for each task instead of opening each task to edit date/time would be great..
allow going into the task from the pop up reminder. it's annoying that you can only postpone our delete a task, but can't go into it to view
I would like to have possibility to edit task (for example its date) right after I get a reminder about it. Now I have only 3 options (reject, postpone, complete). Sometimes user could change his/her mind about the reminder date or would like to make some notes right after he/she gets the notification about task. Now we have to open app, find proper task (this is not easy when you have a lot of them) and edit manually.
Robert Nagy commented
Why do i need to Click on remind me, then swipe to custom and then set time. Need custom time possibility with was less clicks or Interaction.
Tim Michaels commented
Would make the reminder widget much better.
Tim Michaels commented
When a reminder pops up an option to choose open task in anydo to enable Anydoers to choose new day and time for the poped up task as well as edit it if needed and could even add a new idea about the task as a subtask.
Laszlo Varga commented
I suggest you to implement a Mailbox-like postponing functionality. This was a killer feature for Mailbox and now all normal email clients are using it. People - including me - using the email client for organizing todos because of it.
In a todo app, this is almost a must, I think. You don't have anything attached to the left swipe event, right now - as well as I remember - and this is a common way of triggering the postpone functionality.
Why not add it to the individual tasks?
You already have the functionality in the Any do moment! And it's great.
I'm baffled this is still not a thing after so many great updates, isn't this supposed to be obvious? Tap the pop-up reminder to open it in the app?? To edit the reminder or add/remove subtasks
It's a hassle to have to exit the reminder and then go find any.do and open separately.
To ease the mantain of items.
Faster and cleaner.
Sometimes I have a recurring reminder, like taking antibiotics daily, and there comes a point when the recurring task just needs to be deleted. if I click done from the reminder, it just generates another one for tomorrow. I would love to be able to either delete all future occurrences of the task directly from the reminder pop up, or at least have a button to open the task to modify it. It would also be great to have a one click way to delete recurring tasks without having to modify the task to remove the recurrence, and then mark it completed. Thanks!
When a reminder pops up, I want to be able to "go to" that task from the reminder straight to the list in Any do and check the relevant subtasks or notes. Right now, when a reminder pops up I first have to search through the rest of the tasks to find that one.
Will help in viewing list