Current work in progress for the offline HTML5 hybrid app, please try it: https://checkvist.com/auth/mobile
We also have a separate feature pool for it:
It would be great if you could announce it here also. Google+ is a pain.
Thanks for the consideration,
Do we have an estimated time frame for when we'll see this, Kirill?
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.
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.
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.
Thanks for the idea! May be, it would be enough to remember previous state of the checkboxes?
That seems like an even better solution. Thanks!
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.
We would really want to implement this in a new mobile HTML5 app for iphone/android devices first.