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    Ability to organize lists into folders (folders of lists, not just folders of tasks)

    I see many feature requests regarding "folders" as archived / released / passed but they seem to not suggest the same idea.

    I would like, similarly to Wunderlist, to be able to organize entire *lists* into folders.
    For instance, I'd like "Work" to be a folder of tasklists (and not just a list of tasks like now).
    If you want to use Any.do in a professional context, you're likely to have one list per project, and it becomes a real clutter along with all your Personal etc. lists if you can't put them all in one "Work" folder.

    It would go like:

    /WORK (folder)

    - project A (list)
    -- task 1
    -- task 2
    -- task 3

    - project B (list)
    -- task 1
    -- task 2
    -- task 3

    /PERSONAL (folder)

    - birthday party (list)
    -- task 1
    -- task 2
    -- task 3

    - holidays
    -- task 1
    -- task 2
    -- task 3

    Without this I cannot see how it can handle professional contexts where you have more than one project at a time.

    NB: I don't see tags as a manner to achieve this either since it would force to manually tag each and every task of a list to link it to a master "Work" label for instance, to replace just a master folder.
    Hope this will catch your attention!
    This is my main missing feature from Wunderlist. Otherwise it does a wonderful job if not better at the rest :)

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