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nonamenoname 4 years ago updated by Ana Loraine 2 years ago 4

1) Could you, please, make it so that the first and, usually, the most important task I enter for the day doesn't eventually go to the bottom of the list? This should be the other way round, the new tasks should go to the bottom.

2) Also, when I go to the next week the first day I see is Tuesday because it shows Pending instead of Monday.

3) I would also like it if I wouldn't have to switch from one week to another, but could "scroll" freely between weeks. I mean, on a Saturday I would like to see both Saturday and the Monday of the next week on my screen.

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Answer

Answer

Hi,
Thanks for your feedback!

So let me try to help you with your concerns:
  1. Can you try to go into your Account settings, then under Preferences (on the left side) you can choose to sort tasks manually or according to its urgency.
  2. I think it's a matter of setting up the correct day to be the start of the week but can you send a screenshot?
  3. Seems to be good feature, a seamless scroll over the weeks. Though we have implemented it this way for a reason: to help with reflection and planning, and it also gives some sense of progress. Can you create a new post just about it so we can track if other users are also into this?
Hope I could help and looking forward to hear from you!

Regards,
- Andre Lima.

Also, I don't understand why a whole new window has to pop up so that I could correct a typo in the task I have just created.

Otherwise, I do really like the planner, thank you for your work!

Answer

Hi,
Thanks for your feedback!

So let me try to help you with your concerns:
  1. Can you try to go into your Account settings, then under Preferences (on the left side) you can choose to sort tasks manually or according to its urgency.
  2. I think it's a matter of setting up the correct day to be the start of the week but can you send a screenshot?
  3. Seems to be good feature, a seamless scroll over the weeks. Though we have implemented it this way for a reason: to help with reflection and planning, and it also gives some sense of progress. Can you create a new post just about it so we can track if other users are also into this?
Hope I could help and looking forward to hear from you!

Regards,
- Andre Lima.