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  1. 7 votes
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  2. I didn't notice until today that you can estimate tasks using #30m etc. Awesome! But how about showing the total estimate for the day in the Due tasks search? I like to divide my day up into a certain amount of time for different lists (Work, Home, etc) and having the total amount of time for the day under each list would save lots of time of adding it up manually.

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  3. When pasting a URL into the search box, entries with Markdown links with that URL as destination should be highlighted. Right now, the search engine only searches through visible text.

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  4. It would be great if the API integration at Zapier.com had 'List Item completed' trigger.

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  5. 6 votes
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  6. 6 votes
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  7. I'm used to tag almost every list with a date in this form #d-2015-11-19, ect

    It would be very useful to search for a partial tag like #d-2015-11 that returns all the lists created in November 2015.

    Is it already possible? Am I missing something?

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  8. An audit trail of status changes to a task would be very useful. Dates of creation, modification, completed, reopened etc, just the dates, even without the actual content of modifications.

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  10. 6 votes
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  11. This would give us 3 more colors and the flexibility to use our own color coding.

    Ideally this would allow to set the forground and the background color :-)

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  12. 6 votes
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  13. It should be great to have same stats of done tasks, something as karma in Todoist:)

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  14. I'd like to share my list with clients read only, so they know what I'm up to, but I'd also like them to comment on tasks at hand.
    It would be great if they could leave a comment on a task, without having to log in. Just leave their email address and maybe some captcha anti-spam or something.

    How does that sound?

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  15. 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. Everything else has a permalink, but this page is the one that I would like as my home page: the due list, filtered by my name

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  17. Filter which works in-list and on mobile does not ignore difference between á and a.

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  18. It would be excellent to be able to create a template checklist. For programming tasks this might include "write database patches, write unit tests, write code, debug/test, release, document" etc. Each time you start a new piece of programming work, you could create a new checklist from the template (direct copy, with opportunity to change the title) and edit it as much as you like to suit the specific task you're undertaking.

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    In fact, this scenario already works with checkvist. See, you can copy a checklist as a whole (see the link in the toolbar). With the copy operation, you can reopen closed tasks in the target checklist. So, as long as you finished one checklist, just use is as a template for new one and use copy operation.

  19. this could be the base of a killer "agile" or scrum project mgmt tool. most of these are bloated, slow, and have mouse-based UI. but user stories & tasks are just hierarchical lists. you'd just need logic for managing user stories independently of tasks, assigning tasks, moving their status along, iterations, and reporting.

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  20. If I write code snippets in the tasks body everything between angle brackets disappear. The only workaround seems to put the code inside a Markdown code block. However, I disabled Markdown globally, and enabling it would instead break code snippets using parts symbols reserved by Markdown syntax (as an asterisk for a simple formula snippet). It would be far easier to me if I could disable all interpretation of text as HTML or Markdown and just work in plain old text (I have no qualms with losing the automatic conversion of URLS to hyperlinks). For a programmer, like me, is…

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