I added a custom filter to the iOS app called 'Errands Today' using the query '@errands, today' or 'today, @errands'. This query works on the website version, but the iOS app only seems to recognise the @errands part not if the task is due for today. Any thoughts?
Thank you for your report. Unfortunately, this is a bug and we will soon update the filter functions on the iOS app. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
Thanks for the update.
I'm having similar issues with custom filters on an iPhone.
I'd like to use "today, overdue @home" for instance, but it doesn't work. No tasks are shown at all.
If I set it to "today @home" I get all the today tasks, but they include my @work label too.
Sadly, this doesn't appear to be fixed/addressed in the 5.3 update released in late February 2013.
The lack of filtering is a big impediment to usability on iOS...
I agree that custom filters on iOS is still not working - same problem as originally identified and before the recent iOS update.
That's correct, this issue has not been fixed in the last update yet, but we're working on it right now. Sorry for the delays. We're also working on a brand new version of our app build on a better and faster architecture which will also allow us to support all advanced filtering options and fix other issues.