Everdo Feature Ideas


#142

Be able to put an entire project to Waiting for will be great to :slight_smile:


#143

Hi

Me again :confused:

Will it be possible to see year on scheduled list ? For now we only see month and day number.

Edit : and in due date


#144

Wouldn’t it be better to simply put this info into note’s title or description?

There was a suggestion to be able to “pause” projects which are being blocked by a Waiting action. That would prevent next actions from from the project appearing in Next until the waiting item is done.

But putting the whole project in Waiting doesn’t make much sense in my opinion. Why make it a project if it’s going to be delegated.

Yes, this is clearly missing in the Desktop app.


#145

For the due date on notes, yes it works I use that right now, it just doesn’t count how many days since the last time I did it.

But I understand it’s a specific use case !


#146

Hi @Andrei,

It would be fine to see also the year in due dates. Now we only see month and day.

Many thanks


#147

Hi again,

I’m starting to have a lot of project and it’s a bit anoying to reorder them manually.

Could we have the option to choose between sorting manually and Alphabetically, like in Nirvana HQ.

Many thanks.


#148

I thought of something that might convince me to buy multiple subscriptions: inter-user delegation.

Sometimes I delegate tasks to my business partners (usually subtasks that my tasks are waiting on), and vice-versa. The main thing I want from Everdo, is that I still want to be able to keep track of the task after delegating it; even though it’s been delegated, I’m still responsible for it, and possibly my super-task is still dependent on it.

This is outside of core GTD, I know… but given that it’s a natural fit for business users who are willing to spend money, I thought you might like the idea.


#149

It’s a very interesting idea and I think it’s well within GTD - we already have Waiting For, the only thing left is to link contact labels to specific users in the team and it can all work. The implementation requires integrating multiple clients, which is a challenge because there’s no central server. I will keep this idea in mind in the future. Thanks for sharing!