Thanks for the details, Eric!
What kind of events with what kind of data would you expect from the WebHook support?
Thanks for the suggestion. Deleting items on mobile does not have undo, that's why it is a bit verbose, to avoid data loss.
Makes sense. But I think we'll defer this feature a bit, because I'm not quite sure how the final layout of the app will look like, and CSS customization is not that highly requested feature yet.
But thanks a lot for the request :)
I don't think we'll provide such customizations on mobile as well, at least this was not in our close plans. Also, on mobile there is a different view, with different CSS.
What kind of customisations you wanted to use there?
If you make a global search for in:closed, the results will be grouped by list, but they will be sorted according to the last modification date. You can see that using 'sd' keyboard shortcut on this page.
Also, you can use changed: today or changed: week syntax to limit search results, if needed.
Would it help?
I'm afraid, it is not possible at the moment.
A corresponding request in this uservoice is https://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/2121-general/suggestions/2472354-import-from-google-docs-or-word-outline-or-html, please vote for it, I hope we'll find resources to implement it.
I suppose you did not mean to put your e-mail as a title of this request - shall I remove it?
Should be fixed on our staging at https://mmm.checkvist.com
Thanks a lot, this is a bug indeed, hope to fix in the next mobile release.
Hello, please check how it works on our beta site: https://mmm.checkvist.com - should be fixed there.
Hello Jayesh, I believe this is the same bug, thanks for the video!
Hello Andrew Hewus Fresh, I've managed to reproduce it with your help, thanks a lot. Will try to fix soon, added to the next bugfix update.
I've just tried to reproduce the problem, but so far it works for me. An arrow on the left, near "How to use this app" title returns to the previous page. Unfortunately, I don't have iPad at hand, but it works on the iPhone. Should investigate more :(
Checkvist always had HTML parsing in some form enabled. I understand that you may want to make it a simple notebook without any niceties, but so far I'm not sure this is the direction we'd like to move the tool into.
Could you probably share your suggestion in our forum and see if there are supporters of this idea? https://discuss.checkvist.com/
Hello Paolo, thanks for the report! should be fixed at https://beta.checkvist.com, please try it out :)
Thanks, glad to hear this :)
Also: copy/paste in mobile app - https://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/239385-checkvist-mobile/suggestions/17908705-allow-copy-cut-paste-on-mobile
Related: export a branch in rich text format: https://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/239385-checkvist-mobile/suggestions/36644113-allow-exporting-a-branch-via-clipboard-to-insert-i
iframe support brings some security issues, and we probably not ready to address them soon. So probably iframe won't be supported, consider using links to the corresponding documents.
Thanks for the suggestion.
As a workaround, you can consider using `changed: last month`, `changed: last week` or `changed: 4days` smart syntax to find related tasks.
Is it OK if I merge this request to https://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/2121-general/suggestions/14940-recent-activity-page?
I'm sorry, we don't have such a device :( Possibly, the fix requires a true android app.
Or you can try using Google Chrome, if it is available for your device.
Good one, will be implemented eventually.
Related: bookmarks, with keyboard shortcuts and support for 'mm': https://plus.google.com/u/0/104775797793353097341/posts/GXqPrHUUhPa?cfem=1
Thanks a lot for the suggestion - it really makes sense. We'll definitely consider the possibility to create iCalendar links for saved searches, when we'll start working on this feature.
Regarding saved filters - there is a hidden feature which allows to do this.
You can create custom URLs which include a filter, for instance:
Obviously, this is not a solution, but a workaround, because this information is fixed in the URL and is not updated.
Jacob, thanks for the suggestion :)
Joseph, thanks for the suggestion. May I ask you, what kind of saved searches you're using this way?
Ben, thanks for the suggestion. It is actually how we think to implement this.
Mark, thanks for the clarification. It really makes sense.
@Mihail thanks for your comment, we'd love to implement this, but it is not easy to do correctly, given that we have both in-place filter and global search. I hope we'll find some time for this in this year.
From the feedback:
One of my frustrations is managing stagnated/old tasks, I'd love a sort by modification date but for now "sd" (show detail) and searching for date parts works for me
I'd also like to see these features at some point:
Filtering/search logic, filter/search filter by no color (color: 0), speeding up or removing delay for search index update, search by custom date range,
searching by specific projects (or project tag?), global search by part words
Thanks for the comment. Just in case, at the moment you can use due:now for global search with further filtering (it includes overdue, today, asap tasks).
Thanks for the suggestion, I think we'll have to add it eventually :)
Thanks for the comment. Unfortunately, we don't plan to separate priorities and colors in the nearest future.
What is closer to the implementation is a way to tune colors of different priorities. Also, using advanced CSS, it is probably possible to add priority numbers near task names.
As for setting 'today' tasks, I suggest you to use built-in "due date" feature, so you can mark your today's tasks with 'td' keyboard shortcut or use 'dd' to set a more specific due date.
Hope this helps,