Initially reported here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/102750613308814289852/posts/7uWe2ZEftWb?sfc=true
We plan to improve due view and provide such kind of filter - please vote/watch https://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/2121-general/suggestions/1191889-add-more-time-options-on-due-display . Hopefully, it will be available this year.
Right now there is no way to filter by a specific date - only by some date intervals.
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We would really want to implement this in a new mobile HTML5 app for iphone/android devices first.
We don't have settled plans for this feature in the desktop client yet, unfortunately.
We've fixed case with caching of 'll' popup, but no further changes are planned soon. A workaround so far is to use https://m.checkvist.com, which stores data offline.
Thanks a lot for describing the problem with 'll' popup, I hope we'll fix it soon (will add offline caching for this data).
Unfortunately, our policy is not to provide any ETA. Right now, we're working on the mobile/offline Checkvist client, early stage alpha is available via our Google+ community: https://plus.google.com/b/114021845786371597651/+Checkvist/posts/JnDm28gMkB2
Work in progress :)
Unfortunately, we cannot provide any ETA for this feature.
For read-only access, you can export your list(s) to a offline variant, text, or simple HTML, and put it to Dropbox.
Sorry Mark, no ETA is available so far.
Sorry, this feature wasn't started yet. Most likely, it will be developed as a new Checkvist 2.0 app.
ETA is not available.
Thanks for the suggestion, please consider voting for https://checkvist.uservoice.com/forums/2121-general/suggestions/158283-custom-keyboard-shortcuts-ability-to-control-vim
Another case for vim-style expand/collapse: https://checkvist.uservoice.com/admin/forums/2121-general/suggestions/17589709-add-new-collapse-expand-short-cut-like-in-vim
Could you clarify what you propose shortcuts 'u' and 'i' shortcuts for?
I've decided re-formulate the issue - to support shortcuts configuration. Not very easy, but possible.
I'm afraid there may be conflicts with existing current shortcuts.
For instance 'hc' shortcut is used already, so we cannot use 'h', 'as' shortcut is also used for "asap" tasks, and it prevents us from using 'a'.
'oo' shortcut is used for checklist options popup also.
So, to implement this, we have to provide totally different shortcut map (or allow user to customize tons of shortcuts).
As a suggestion, I would like the export options of the entire list, of all the entries in focus, and of an entry to be enlarged (docx, pdf ...). An export solution similar to Gingko App; The display option as Dynalist.io article.
In addition, the note printing option should not be indented.
Thanks for the comment. Just in case - have you seen 'hide completed' and 'move completed down' options in the list options ('oo')? In some situations, they may be handy, please take a look :)
Ctrl-X, ll, select list, Ctrl-V ? Sorry, no multiple selection yet.
Or the intention is to move task to another list and remain on the same place?
@Dermod List owner always able to close a task in the owned list, this is how it should work now.
Thanks for the suggestion.
Currently the assignee should have access to the assigned task (at least to be able to close it). That's why a list should be shared with the assignee first.
If we implement per-task sharing, this request would be more feasible - we'd automatically grant access to given task when this task is assigned.
Thanks for the suggestion, we'll consider it on the next re-design phase.
Thanks for the suggestion, quite reasonable :)
Thanks for the suggestion. It is quite reasonable, but I cannot promise we'll implement it soon, right now we have some other important tasks. I'll add it to our basket of attachment enhancements.
Thanks for the suggestion. Actually, you can mark some tasks with color/priority with 1,2..6 keyboard shortcuts, and after that, use 'ss' to sort list items by priority.
You can also use filter like priority:1 or priority:any to filter the list (and after that you can print the filtered version).
Would it work for you?
Thanks a lot for the suggestion.
Basically, not only 'list item completed' trigger could be implemented, but other list item changes as well.
Checkvist should show tasks which are due today in the current list, i.e. those tasks which were set for current day. Overdue tasks, or asap tasks should not be included. Tasks from other lists will not be included as well.
Could you please give more information about the list where the problem occurred?
So far, you might want to use custom item styling as a workaround.
I.e., Checkvist allows to style items having a particular tag (this is Checkvist PRO feature).
For instance, you can setup Checkvist in a way that all items tagged #star will have yellow color.
Some help on such list styling is available here: https://checkvist.com/checklists/486715
True, sometimes 3 colors is not enough. Initially, we wanted to map colors to keyboard shortcuts (1,2,3), and didn't want to complicate the interface with many options.
Also, there is an implicit "order of colors" which we use for command "Sort by color" in checkvist - so the current 3 colors also may be used as priorities. If we add more colors, we'll have also to allow users to set their priority order.
So, adding more colors is not that straightforward, and if you give us a mockup for the solution - that would be really helpful :)
Amos, thanks for the thoughtful comment.
Thanks a lot for sharing your solution!
Thanks for buying PRO. Unfortunately, Google calendar integration in Checkvist is implemented in a way that Google calendar updates data from Checkvist automatically, and this happens at least once per 24 hours. This is a long-standing problem, and we have not solved it yet, sorry :((
May be, but it results in some inconsistency.
I think we will postpone implementing this so far.
Thanks for the suggestion, anyway :)
We tried that, but the e-mail looks really ugly, especially if headings/code is used (not only bold/italic). May be we'll make another attempt later.
Could you please try new version of mmm.checkvist.com - would it work on Chrome and Safari?