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  1. I tend to use one list as an Inbox and for non-project tasks. Any chance of allowing us to set one list as a "favorite" or "home" list to use a keyboard shortcut to always go to that list? Sort of like using [gh] or [hh] to return to the Lists homepage.

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  2. Integromat is like Zapier but some people consider its UX better:

    https://www.integromat.com

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  3. It should be an easy change to make the task creation date visible in the UI.
    Having it in the Task actions (aa) popover would be fine.

    The creation date of a task is not important in 97% of the time but in the 3% it becomes super helpful.

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  4. Add Zen Mode for Due page as well

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  5. I have several different lists open in my browser at once. It would be great to be able to distinguish between these by icon with different colored icons.

    So you would assign your list a color, and it would get this icon in the browser tab / bookmark favicon.

    Amazing? Not as amazing as checkvist

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  6. Checkvist would be awesome with spaced repetition evidence-based learning technique. Flashcards is great, until you create a large number of cards. Checkvist could solve that, with the structured organization it already have. With spaced repetition Checkvist will emerge as the only project of its kind.

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  7. Hello

    This request is something where I really think it could help get the focus back on the tasks without being "cluttered" by the notes. (Of course only if you use notes extensively.)
    If you have an outline with many tasks and those tasks contain many notes (detail information about the task, links to relevant resources and so on) and all those tasks and notes are expanded, than it is hard to distinguish the task from the notes.

    I think one solution would be to show the notes for a selected task in an area e.g. on the right side…

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  8. Hi guys,
    I really like your product and it's.great to organize tasks, but I thought about another use case that could be cool. I'm looking for ages.for.a good content aggragator, where I can simply put.my links at, sync over devices, and read /sort at a later time.
    Currently the most accessible way I've found is.to have a whatsapp group with myself, but it doesn't fit right in. The way I can.organize data in checkvist. Is great, but the thing that I'm.missing is link preview similar to whatsaap's /facebook's.
    I guess it could be togglable. The fact that mobile apps are…

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  9. Similar structure to due date 'dd'.

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  11. Steps to reproduce: search for something across all lists.
    Browse the results, moving down the items using the keyboard shortcuts.
    While focused on an item, hit spacebar (to 'complete' the item).
    Realise your mistake, try ctrl-z to undo. Nothing happens.
    Hunt through the UI for the undo command. Can't find it.

    Expected behaviour: ctrl-z should re-open the closed item.

    Workaround: use 'hc' to toggle 'hide completed', locate the accidentally closed item, move focus to it and use spacebar to re-open.

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  12. The currently active line is always in the centre of the screen.

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  13. The computer I use at work mangles the Checkvist pages (can't attach a picture to show), but it looks as though it were tossing out CSS conventions and displaying things so that the actual lists are not apparently or buried somewhere. Oddly, on the same computer, I do get a serviceable display when I use the Checkvist Mobile interface. I guess I can limp along that way if there is not a better solution. I saw this behavior in Chrome as well as IE and Firefox.

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  14. Many tasks need to be addressed over a range of dates. If it's a big task, the 'due' date could be days or weeks later than the start date. Currently to model this in checkvist, uses can only try a kludge-by-convention (for example use a 'start this' subtask).

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  16. I use tag colors as a Pro subscriber. It would be nice if the Mobile PWA app would paint with the same colors as I have set in the full Web version.

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  17. Full details at https://discuss.checkvist.com/t/completed-repeating-task-reappears/143

    In sum: I have a task that is set up to repeat once a week and generated 2 days before the due date. If I complete the task before the due date, I find that the task will reappear in my task list. It would be nice to have a task be completed until the next time it reoccurs.

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    1. Open 2 checkvist windows on the same list

    2. Window 1: focus on one root task (shift ->)

    3. Window 2: add a root task

    What happens?
    Added task is displayed in Window 1.

    What is expected?
    Task is not a sub-task of task focused, so it shouldn't display.

    (It also happens at other levels, but only when added task is sibling of the focused task.)

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  18. I keep going back and forth between Checkvist (awesome for outlining and planning!) and Todoist (habit-forming).

    The only thing that keeps drawing me back to Todoist is the ability to track # of tasks completed by day (and week). Keeping up a "streak" of 5+ tasks per day, though they are of all different shapes and sizes does something psychologically to keep me engaged with my organization system. I could of course just tally my tasks in a .txt, but it would be nice to be able to do it right in the organization system itself. Complete engagement.

    Checkvist is…

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  19. When I filter a list completed tasks hidden using a single filter (e.g. color: 1) parent items with a completed task of color: 1 are shown but no children.

    This is counter-intuitive, any chance it could be fixed?

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