Views: Display layers in Grid View
I've got so many lists that I don't want to see them all staring at me on Main View. I'd like to be able to cluster them into folders (like Evernote's Notebooks) so that I can really see everything on one screen.
Evan Dudzik commented
It's frustrating that there's no indication on the main list that any given task even has subtasks, and if it does there's nothing stopping you from checking off the parent task without touching any of the subtasks.
To me, hiding the subtasks from view (which are directly actionable, while the parent task usually is not since it is dependent on many things) largely defeats the point of using a to-do list - so I often end up just adding all my "subtasks" as discrete tasks, but that quickly becomes disorganized.
Da Ka commented
I need the folders for all lists really, it is soneeded forpeople who are freelancers for example like me. Please, do it!
Right now, in the grid view of "My List" and "Tags", only the number of the items are shown. Hoping to show the detailed items underneath, and also allow users to move items from one grid to another freely. In this way, I can use "Tags' view as an Eisenhower Matrix and get rid of another App.
Jim Hayes commented
Have Subtasks display on the list. Google Keep does this and allows you to convert a task to a subtask with a sweep of your finger and check them off seperately. Keep does not work with Alexa so your is the preferred system. Add this functionality!
When using the 'plan my day', it would be more useful to have the subtasks available for assigning a day to than the original task.
Potential option 1 - Show the subtasks only, with a green asterisk indicating it is a sub task (or any indicator)
Potential option 2 - Show the sub task with the main task in brackets.
Potential option 3 - As a previous user has already commented, the main task can only be crossed off once the sub tasks have been completed. (I would personally still like to have the sub tasks more visible in the lists)
I appreciate there are many conflicting requests being raised on sub tasks, perhaps the best way forward is to provide a task/subtask display choice in the settings.
Benjamin Winig commented
Subtasks should be visible in the main list as indented notes and should be drag and droppable to make tasks into subtasks and vice versa (Google Keep Notes is a good example).
I would like a Birdseye view of all tasks directly in the My List page. Now it just tells me how many tasks but I can't see what they are unless I click which is a bit of a waste of time.
Mother work and child jobs are displayed. It's easier to cover work. Design is an option for the user
Need to display the tree form task list
Please make the mapping of subtasks in the form of a tree.
Otherwise, the whole meaning of these subtasks is lost!
Be able to view all tasks AND their subtasks in one.
At the moment you can only view sub task once clicking into a single task.
Todoist method of sub tasks is simple and effective. Any task can be made a parent or child(subtask) at any point. Parent task can just expand and collapse to show/hide child tasks. Each subtask should just a normal task that has a parent, and therefore has all the same features (assigning, due date etc) available to it.
My lists has a grid of lists and number of tasks for each list. Would be great if the grid displays at least the first 3-4 tasks in the list without even clicking the list. This makes it a nice overview.
Sub-tasks are useless unless searchable and sortable
1. I want to see the list of subtasks once I click on a task (not clicking in the subtasks button).
2. I want to add due dates for subtasks.
3. I want to add subtasks or tasks related to events.This would be really good for going to the grocery for example. I set a date for going to the groceries, and I add all the things I need to the grocery list and for that date. But sometimes I can get that day, so I have to change all the things individually for another day. Being able to only change the date of the event (e.g. going to the grocery) would be great.
When you look at ALL, I'd still like the seperate Headings to break up the tasks.
I'd like to see which of my tasks contain subtasks - and if they do, how many subtasks are within the parent. Currently, the only way to do this is to click into the parent and see the subtasks. It'd be nice if we could have a counter on the parent task which says "3" or "6" or whatever to indicate how many undone subtasks are remaining.
Instead of listing the amount of tasks in the big squares it might be useful to show today's tasks here sorted by tile. Like that you can create a quick overview of your day and determine which project to start on.
Furthermore a swipe option should be included to easily reach this menu.
Thanks a lot for the great app, I completed over 3000 tasks
Enable Easy View and Action of Task Subtasks lists under the Main Task created with a checkbox option and/or date to indicate the sub task is complete, or overdue, which calculates the sum of the Main hierarchy task being completed.
Task: Items Friends have Borrowed:
Sub Task: Drill loaned to Joe Due on: Chbx
Sub Task: Ladder loaned to Steve Due on: Chbx
Sub Task: Table saw loaned to Joan Due on: Chbx
Sub Task: Clippers loaned to Sue Due on: Chbx
Option there should be a pull-down for you to view all subtasks, with status & date options like: open, pending, complete or overdue
--- Overdue would trigger a user alert to advise action is required based off the due date.