Legend

Forum

Unread topics or posts

Topic

Unread posts

Locked

Announcement

Search

Search results for "Posted by Simon"



AuthorMessage
Simon

Posted: Mar 24, 2014



Hmm, thanks. The view that one gets there *after* clicking on most of the subtasks is exactly what I'm after.... it's rather a clunky way to reach it, but may be a good workaround for the moment.
Simon

Posted: Mar 22, 2014



Hi,

There was a feature request some years ago to allow parent tasks' due date and priority to be automatically set to those of the most urgent and most important subtask that they contain.
Alternatively, to leave parent dates & priorities as they are, but to position the parent in the task list according to the most urgent/important subtask.

This would allow the indented subtask view to shine, without the risk of failing to notice urgent subtasks that are way down the list as they have non-urgent parents.

Has any progress been made on this in the years since it was requested, please? Is there any way to do this as yet? Or any suggested workaround?

Thanks
Simon

Posted: Jan 15, 2013



Hi, and sorry if this has been answered before - a bit of searching couldn't find it.

As I understand it, the "hide future tasks" filter gives me two options:
1. Have it off, and show all tasks regardless of dates
2. Have it on, and,
(a) Hide tasks with a start date more than 1 day ahead
(b) Hide tasks with a due date more than n months ahead, where n is configurable between 1 and 6.

Is there any way to get behaviour (a) without behaviour (b)? I don't want to be shown tasks that I cannot start yet, but I *do* want to be shown stuff that I can get on with that has a long deadline.

Thanks!
Simon

Posted: Jul 28, 2011



In general I like it - although I do feel that I get less tasks on a page than I used to.

My only comment is this:
I tend to use a relatively narrow browser window. With the old system, I could close the rarely-used sidebar on the left and fit everything nicely. Now there doesn't seem to be any way to close this sidebar, and it would be far less useful to do so because it's much more frequently-used, so the site is a little less friendly to relatively narrow browsers.

EDIT: FWIW, quick search now has a considerably higher "cost" than it used to. Now I have to move my mouse down to the bottom of the window and scroll all the way to the right, before moving the mouse back up to the search box to click in it.

I realise that the world has headed to people doing things maximised on 14:9 screens, but some future thought for smaller widths would be appreciated :-)


This message was edited Jul 28, 2011.
Contact Us | Blog | API | Jobs | Press | Documentation | Forums Privacy | Terms | Copyright © 2004-2014