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No need to prioritize completed tasks in Matrix

Seila 5 months ago • updated by Ana Loraine 5 months ago 4

Is it possible to prioritize only actual tasks in the matrix but not completed ones? They take space and don't allow to concentrate on the actual tasks. I don't need them in the matrix because this kind of activity means PLANNING not analyzing the completed work. as far as I understand it)

Thank you

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Web app
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Hi, Seila!


You can use the filter to view all your completed tasks on the current schedule. 

If you are looking for a way to prioritize your other tasks within the day. Just click on the prioritize button to sort out your tasks based on the 4 quadrants.

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Thanks Seila, it is a great suggestion. Will do.

Thank you for your great ideas)))))))) And for the support!

Hi, Sella!

On behalf of our founder, you are most welcome!


My apologies if I misunderstood your inquiry the first time.