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  1. Checkvist is good enough to use it for personal and professional todo lists (splitted, for sure)…
    But these are 2 different worlds and you may expect to use the "due" view for only one of the lists, and not see your "profesionnal" deadlines when checking your personal planning.

    Regarding this, I would really like to have a way to display tasks of one list (or maybe many).

    There can be many ways to allow to filter the list(s). Here are some ideas:

    add a new “list:xxx” filter

    add the possibility to get the “due” view for ore list

    add a

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  2. the way Google Docs does.

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  3. It would be great if Checkvist was available in IFTTT as a service

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  4. Helps with natural language entry (e.g. #do research for project)

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  5. For lists with multiple items at multiple levels of hierarchy, Checkvist does a good job of maintaining the expand/collapse state, but it remains difficult to just browse the items at a particular level. I would suggest alt+{down,up,j,k} to move to the next/previous task at the same level as the current task.

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  6. This makes lists always available, and is the only reason I'm sticking with gubb.

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  9. Push notifications from Checkvist, tunable, to allow integrations with Slack or other tools - on specific changes in lists.

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  10. Maybe I'm missing something: when I click on a due date, let's say "Jan 13", the filter is set to "^next week". This is of course also useful, but sometimes I am just interested in tasks due on "Jan 13". Is there a way to filter for those tasks?
    Thanks!

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  11. Right now our office is using Checkvist for our project tracking and really enjoy it so far. One thing that's been bugging us, though, is the lack of any sort of "admin" account for all the subscribers.

    Right now a developer might make a list, but neglect to share it with someone and there's no other way for us to get access to that list.

    It'd be great if, at the very least, the manager of the subscription has access to all lists created by all subscribers under them, or maybe an easy option to "share with team"; something that…

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  12. I miss this from WikidPad; great for brainstorming and quickly linking to related concepts.

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  13. "Harvard Business School professor Teresa Amabile's research says keeping track of them will make you happier at work, more productive, and more motivated." (http://lifehacker.com/5958265).

    It would be great to have a "Done" Tasks view so you could see at a glance the things you accomplished Today, Yesterday, Last Week, Earlier; kind of like the opposite of the "Due" Tasks view.

    This new Done view would allow you at the end of the day to take a quick look at all the tasks you had completed during the day (or the previous day) aggregated across all of your task…

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  14. I've created outlines in Google Docs, which exports HTML. But copy & pasting from Google Docs, or HTML, does not maintain the list hierarchy. I could write a script to import HTML and maintain the <li> hierarchy, but seems to me checkvist should have this functionality built in.

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  15. It would be usefull to have a " move & close task" feature.

    The feature would be used to i.e. close/complete a task AND move it to an other folder (in one click) i.e. "Done May-2009" this will provide a easy way to find old tasks.

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  16. Hi,

    There've been suggestions about the format to print a single checklist. The feature I am looking for is a one-click-print-all (or, in an improved version, one-click-print-selected-checklists) feature. I'm fine with the plain format provided. It'd be best if there'd be options to have each checklist on a separate page or all checklists resized to fit onto a single page.

    Thanks,
    Yasemin

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  17. It would be nice if you could have multiple views open at once in the same tab, in some sort of arrangeable panels. I have many lists and I open them in separate tabs, but it would be nice to be able to view multiple lists at once in one tab.

    In my case, I could then see my brief/sparse daily todo, my long notes list, focused on this week's sub-item, and my primary project list open in the largest panel.

    From there you could drag items between lists etc.

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  18. So users viewing on an iphone can edit their lists without the need of the keyboard, they can click Add node/move node.. etc. (With that I think it will work on iphone and be on the go friendly)

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  19. Currently you can filter/search tasks based on users whom these tasks assigned to them. But it's very handy for teams to filter out tasks based on which user created or modified them. This way you can see how much each user is contributing to the project.

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  20. I love that you can remove the Parent and just see tasks by using "priority: any" in search all lists. What would be very helpful would be to then sort by priority.

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