Lists: Enable duplicating lists
It would be nice if we had the ability to duplicate a list. For example, if I had a list of things to pack for a trip, I would like to duplicate that list, and look at it again at the end of my trip when I'm packing again to get home. Now when I score off items they disappear and I have to create that very same list again from scratch.
This would also be great for our grocery list! Every week we buy groceries and have to write out the same list because we checked the items off last week. If there was a location to keep saved lists and each week I was able to copy that list back to my grocery list, it would save us so much time!! Thanks for considering this.
it's been such a long time... why didn't you do that????????
Wow, I'm surprised Any.do hasn't taken any action to implement this function. It's as essential as it is straightforward.
I've been a light user on Any.do, shopping around different calendar / task management tools, and unable to commit to one. I'm currently deciding whether or not Any.do is worth upgrading to a paid plan. One of the features I didn't even question to have is the ability to duplicate an existing list. We own some rental properties and it would help if I can have a master list of tasks that can then be duplicated and crossed off for each rental.
I can "export" and then "paste" back into a list manually, but it loses all the timing. To be honest I'm baffled the developer hasn't taken note of such a basic request.
Duplicate a current list
Kai Chu commented
This is a basic need for us list makers and users.
The items in the lists should get assigned automatically the day of the LIST - by default. If somebody wants - they change individual task date to the day they want ...
saves lots of time and clicks
Adrian Young commented
Yes very useful when you have a daily checklist
this is such a basic and intuitive feature, it would be so awsome to do this!
Click on the list in the Grouped veiw, it becomes highlighted like selected items on all computer platforms and text manipulation programs then select the 3 dots that symbolize the options drop menu and move your moused down to the "Copy list" feature. Boom you now have the same list with one added word "copy". This is so basic. With all of the features that Any.do offers, it would save me soooo much time to simply be able to copy and paste a list.
Have thr ability to duplicate a list