This type of modification to the Date View will affect the entire logic of the app’s functionality – concerning the reordering of tasks and their automatic assignment to their due dates. Accordingly, we will not be able to execute such a request for the time being.
However, what we can do (and will do, based on your feedback here) is add a time stamp of the Reminder’s time to both the Calendar and the Task Views – see images attached to the main idea.
Will this be a good replacement?
What you state in your comment seems exactly what already happens using your app "Cal", so actually nothing really new. The idea in this suggestion was to have that sorting directly in Any.do.
This is absolutely necessary. I don't care about when I inserted a reminder; it's far more useful to know what date/time that reminder refers to! The workaround to this annoying problem I have been using for months is to install the Cal app (and its widget) and connect it with Any.do. If you implemented this feature in Cal, I think it is not difficult to put it also in Any.do!
Any,do guys, think that your app is used to set a lot of reminders; if someone has to remember just two activities, they will not use your app. So, having that long buzz when 10+ reminders fire off at the same time is just annoying. And the most annoying thing is when you cannot postpone them as soon as they ring: when the screen switches off, as soon as you switch it on again all the ten reminders ring again! That's not acceptable!