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Post Re: saved searches
One more thing, I should have said it before. I would like an option to create a filter view that included "today" and "overdue" like I can in the Toodledo search interface.

That would show me anything that was new today as well as the stuff I couldn't get to yesterday.

That is useful for me because I have a lot of repeating tasks that I set for the first Saturday of the month, or the first day of the week, but they don't really need to be done on those days, just on a day near then. So I do what I can on that day and like to have it roll over into my "today" view for the next day as well until I get it done, then it repeats to the next month or day.

This is also useful because I have tasks that repeat every day. If I miss it on Monday, I like to have it roll into Tuesday as an over due task. I have it set to repeat from completion date so that when I mark it done on Tue. it repeats to wed.

So to amend my list, I am looking for these three saved views:

1. All items for today and overdue from one specific folder
2. All items for today and overdue from all folders except one specific folder
3. All items for tomorrow from all folders except one specific folder

Thanks


Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:31 am

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Post Re: saved searches
That's a good idea. I plan on moving the due date filter into the filters page, and I will make it able to select multiple due date categories just as you can select multiple tags. I'll do this at the same time I do the same thing for folders, which should be done in a day or two.


Tue Apr 27, 2010 10:07 am
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Ethan,

Thank you. I really appreciate what you are doing. I live and die by my task list and not having anything usable on the Pre has been killing me. I was really considering getting the new iphone in June just so I could have a solid task list. You are bringing the functionality I need to the pre and I appreciate it.

Best,

Jared


Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:47 pm
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