Lists: Allow for more layers
Just like a subtask, but inside lists.
If I have a big assignment, just like a birthday party, I should be able to create a list named Birthday Party, create sublists like Cake, Decoration and Invitations and then, inside those lists create each individual task with its subtasks inside of them.
This feature will be available in the near future. Stay tuned :)
Support subfolders and you can count me in as a Premium user - it has so long been overdue!
This single feature keeps me from migrating from Wunderlist to Any.do!
Stefan Müller commented
Possibility to create list groups, eg
Collection of all shopping lists among a group
Agreed. I'd like to be able to look at "Work" then "Home", rather than have them intermingled.
This would be really great. Otherwise one is forced to have many lists at the first level, while actually many of the items within a list are related so if you could categorise items within a list so you could group them that would be grand.
A feature to select what kind of sublist the user wishes to have will help the user organize his chores in a most apt manner.
Hourly reminders please else I am going to discontinue premium
I suggest you can have a section of tasks inside a sectiokn of other texts, for example for school you can have different subjects
Sonia Tenreiro commented
Multi-level functionality like folders_subfolders_tasks is way too important
William Thompson commented
I thought what was needed was a better use for subtasks but Yeah grouping and creating lists of lists would be so much better.
Work, Different clients, projects and then the tasks would be nicer.
still the reason that i can't use any.do till now . wunderlist is not as good view but more practical for just this only reason "SUBFOLDERS"
I strongly recommend that
For example have a travel checklist that has a set of other lists such as travel preparations, documents/reservations, packing list. It would be good to have at least 3 levels, so that I can also create sub lists for packing list: packing bags, clothes, toiletries, accessories, electronics, medications etc.
I agree, I would like to be able to add sub-lists from the selected task view, and be able to cross them out. Something like this:
This is a great idea and very necessary.
We need a feature that will allow to break things down (IE Work List has a Follow Ups List, High Priority Lists, People to Call, etc) and with the ability to name and create theses.
I find without theses I am starting to get lost and losing focus on whats important.
Please include this.
Josef Wittmann commented
Not being able to add subfolders is the reason I might not even start with any.do...
I use a similar feature in Gtasks (another tasks app) to group groceries into categories, i.e. Dairy, Toiletries, Cleaning, etc. That was I can tick off the Main tasks then all sub tasks are checked.
Agreed - sublists require too much depth into an item. I essentially want a meta "work" and "personal" category, as if they were different accounts.
Currently, we can allow for three levels of nested lists (i.e. we can create subtasks within lists within lists). I'd like to be able to nest lists much further -- five or more levels of nested lists would be ideal.
This would allow for a more complex task tree when needed.
The ability to add more detail to each subcategory would also be extremely valuable