We are happy to announce what we have been calling "multi-sort". This was one of our more frequently requested features. Prior to today, you could sort your list by any single criteria (for example, folder). This was nice, but what happens when you have a bunch of tasks that have the same folder and you want to do a secondary sort by some other criteria? Before now, Toodledo had been using Priority and Due-date as secondary and tertiary sort criteria. Now, you can pick any criteria that you want for secondary and tertiary sort criteria. So, if you want to sort your tasks by Priority and then Length and then Tag, go for it!
To access multi-sort, click the "sort" link in the yellow bar at the top of your to-do list.
Excellent. The only thing that's missing now is to have a mode (useful for printing) where you can specify how many (1, 2, 3) of the sort criteria are converted to grouping headings. Right now only the first criteria does that. The great benefit to this feature will be that you can add another feature to hide the columns that have grouping headings. Your printing is currently superior to say, RTM, but would be superior still if most of the printed page wasn't wasted with data that's redundant. This would allow for clear, multi-column printing for example.