Tasks: Add start/ due date (w/ wo reminder)
Please let us add due dates without times! I just wanna clean my room on Sunday - I don't care at what time!
Yes. Please add this feature. I used this to-do app back in colleger that allowed me to set when I was planning to start a task and when I wanted Due by. Very useful and helped me stay organized. Only issue with that app is that I can't set reminders or even better, multiple reminders, and that I can't share my tasks with others. I would vote 10 more times for this feature.
Tegar Alwinata commented
yeaa for how long we are gonna wait for these? Last "in progress" mark are over 4 months ago. soo basically, you don't listen, didn't you?
This is the 10th to do type app I've tried. They are all useless and randomly miss totally basic functionalities like this.
Why do I HAVE to assign a time to a task? What is the logic? Something that HAS to have a time for it is an EVENT not a task, and should go in your calendar. There are also inconsistencies between the web version and the ios version with regards to this.
Looks like people have been asking for 2 years for this, and nothing done? These companies are all the same.
YES PLEASE. The times are useless to me for most of my tasking.
Nom Blashki commented
Adding my two cents to this push as well.
I got any.do when I started uni in the hope of helping me organise my everything.
To be able to set todo dates for tasks and then set alarms if wanted would be great, and frankly something I really expected of this app.
I would like to have the ability to add a due date for sub tasks as well. There are often sub tasks within a task that need a due date added to them so I can get reminders of those.
Just wanted to add to the chorus here - I was looking at Any.do as a replacement for the soon-to-shut-down Wunderlist - not being able to assign due dates is an absolute dealbreaker. If you are looking to capture the people leaving Wunderlist, you should add this asap - people don't change to-do list apps en masse like this very often.
Please, I want to be able to see events without a due time on my calendar. Otherwise, every time I create an event, I must add a due time and that's too much maintenance. That really shouldn't take you too much time to implement
MD BK Vai commented
A2 light update 10
it should also be seen on the calander i think... or im the only one?
David Patterson commented
How is this not a basic function already? This, along with no search functionality on Android and very limited search on the web, are looking like a deal-breaker :-(
Yes please! I need a due date. For example. I need to reserve a hotel room for a concert in April, but the casino website isn’t taking reservations yet. I want a weekly reminder with a due date, then once it’s completed it can be removed.
Niel Bliznichenko commented
Really necessary function! I believe that it will appear as soon as possible.
Please add a function in which you can select the time interval that is needed for this task and subtasks.
Matthias Buesing commented
Man, you're so right! I'm a long term user of Todoist and I'm just checking out any.do. I can't believe that there is no dedicated due date field in it?! :-(
Darrick Beckman commented
Yes, needs a due date and reminder; they are not the same for a lot of things. The due date would be nice so you can look ahead on your calendar
Mike Hill commented
Add task Due Date
I would find it helpful if I could set my calendar to only place a colored dot on my calendar based on Event Start Time as opposed to Event Duration.
I work a shift from Sunday 1030 - Sunday 1900; I only see one dot on the Sunday of the event.
I work a shift from Sunday 2100 - Monday 0530; I see a dot on both Sunday and Monday. In this situation I would prefer to only see a dot on Sunday indicating the shift start so I can quickly see what days of the week I do NOT work.
Vitor Torres commented
Tasks have due dates but it's needed to have reminders before it.
Definitely needed feature. Please implement. Due date/time and reminder date/time are not the same for lots of tasks in my life.