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    103 comments  ·  Checkvist Web  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Wayne Moses Burke commented  · 

    Kiril,

    It would be great if you could announce it here also. Google+ is a pain.

    Thanks for the consideration,
    Wayne

    Wayne Moses Burke commented  · 

    Do we have an estimated time frame for when we'll see this, Kirill?

    Wayne Moses Burke commented  · 

    Love the idea of an HTML5 based offline app. I don't need a specific app for my device as long as the mobile web interface is slick.

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    7 comments  ·  Checkvist Web  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Wayne Moses Burke commented  · 

    I think I may have not been clear.

    I am not recommending additional inline commenting. What you currently have with notes is fantastic. What I'm discussing is a meta-level of commenting. GDocs commenting system changed recently (maybe 6 months ago?) and is not really inline anymore, it's effectively in a right hand sidebar, with pointers to the place in the text that the comment references.

    For CheckVist, I see a similar solution, although it would not require character level pointing, just task level. This extra level of commenting could be opened to a different audience from those that have the list shared with them so that they could comment on it on a line-by-line basis without being able to change the list itself.

    It may not be the direction you want to head, which is absolutely cool, but I wanted to make certain my recommendation was clear.

    Wayne Moses Burke commented  · 

    Well, not quite.

    I see notes as additional information about how to accomplish the task at hand, but if there is a question or discussion about the task list (or outline), comments can provide a non-linear method of highlighting these things and then allowing a discussion to occur around them.

    Does this make sense? If not, it may be worth a look at how Google Docs has implemented commenting in their text documents. I have yet to see it done better for collaborative creation.

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    1 comment  ·  Checkvist Web  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Wayne Moses Burke commented  · 

    That seems like an even better solution. Thanks!

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    19 comments  ·  Checkvist Web  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Really good and useful request.

    Regarding accidental data loss: Checkvist Pro account gives you up to 10 daily backups of all your lists. Not the same, but may help in some cases.

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