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Tasks: Display full title

When typing in a task on my laptop, what I've typed is no longer visible after 26 characters. I'd like to see the entire task description.

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    • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

      Some of my notes are long. Currently, i see 3 dotes at the end of the line. I want to be able to view completely in 2 lines.

    • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

      Please add settings option to show full task description without clicking on it)

    • Garry commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

      I would like to be able to view my entire entry when they are longer.

    • Gleb Romanyuk commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

      or allocate more space to it. For example, I want to create a task "write reviews of Milgrom and Segal papers, and of Chiara's JMP" but I only see the first five words of it which is annoying. I'd really love to have several lines visible.


    • Mr. Peterson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

      by the way. this would also make the search feature better. example.
      Let's say I want to find all tasks I may have inserted the text "(high)" or "(product orientation)" in.The more text I can see in the tasks blocks the better.

    • Mr. Peterson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

      Calendar view is good. but so much wasted space in each task block. can't we wrap text there so I can at least see more than 40 characters this drives me nuts. (w medium pg zoom) I also add additional context to my notes such as <email> <website> etc. as I add my own labels to task titles I get even less space to write the text in and have it shown.
      I understand making things easy on the eyes, you have done a great job with that.


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