I often create tasks with the shortcut key "n". But if I am not in the folder that I want the new task to be in, it temporarily resides in whatever folder view I am in. Once I refresh the page it moves to the right folder.
I stumbled upon and easy way to solve this problem without a refresh. If you are in the folder view, once you create a task that should belong in another folder, just press the "o" shortcut. This will update the page without having to wait for a full browser refresh.
I imagine this would work if you were in context view as well by pressing "c".
It's pretty handy! For me at least...
Seems more like a displaying issue/feature, so you get direct visual feedback about your added task.
Thanks for the tip - I didn't know this was possible.
Thanks for sharing that, Vin. I like the new tasks sticking around, so I can add subtasks or avoid duplication if I'm adding several at once. But it's nice to know there's a quick shortcut to auto-refresh the folder when you're done!
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