Everdo Feature Ideas


#205

I’d vote for that one too.


#206

Hi

When you add an action to a project with tags, this action get these tags, right.

Is it possible to show them in tags list on editing / adding task ? I don’t fully remember tags on parent.

Edit : on focus list, do you think it judicious to separate scheduled task and others ?

Edit 2 : on mobile, when a “waiting for” task is link to a contact, it display how many day but when there’s no # behind contact tag or “Someone”, days count isn’t displayed. Screenshot_20190725-065509_Everdo

Edit 3 : on desktop, when you click on “waiting for” for a new task, it will be great to directly be able to type into contact input


#207

Great news. Will you add time to a task or it’ll be only date reminder ?


#208

Now on a filter bar, tags (areas, contexts, contacts, labels) are presented alphabetically. I believe it would be better to group them by meaning: all areas, then all contexts, all labels, all contacts.
What do you think?


#209

Yes, this is by design. The tag is not actually added to the action, but it is “inherited”, similarly as the project-level tags are inherited by sub-actions. This can be useful for tag-based filtering.
Not sure why this was missed in mobile apps.

This does seem wrong.

Why do you think it would be helpful? I think alphabetical may be easier to navigate. When it comes to the filter section, there’s no semantic difference between different types of tags - they all work in the same way. Therefore I don’t see what benefit is gained by groping tags.


#210

Any updates for these questions ?


#211

This looks like a bug. It will be investigated.

Why?

Why do you need to remember tags on the parent?

It will be a time-based reminder. So the scheduled action will be created as usual, but it will also trigger a reminder at specific time of day.


#212

I think I will find this most easily to read if we have different section on focus list like :

  • tasks scheduled
  • project scheduled
  • task starred
  • project starred

I know there’s some different on UI to recognize them but for me it will work better if everything it’s separate.

With all my project, when I add a task I don’t fully remember if this parent have @internet or not…
For one / two tags I can manage but if I must organize 10/15 tasks on my inbox with 4/5 tags for each, I can gain time if I can see witch tags are already on parent.


#213

For example :

Screenshot_20190730-054613_Everdo

I find my focus view today not very clear. I expect tasks to be sort by due date.

When I have sometime, I quickly want to see older task and now I must scroll all the list and look at each task.

I know focus list purpose isn-t to be very long but when you miss multiple days because of something…


#214

I think I understand what the problem is. Once you select a parent for an inbox item, you would like to see which tags would be inherited from the parent, correct?


#215

That’s right :slight_smile: