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How to move a task and its related subtasks in iOS

RR

Hi, I'm coming back to ToDoist after a few years and like the improvements I see. One question, is there a way in the iOS app to grab and move a task and all its subtasks in one gesture, similar to the way I can in the browser? I think of this as a key feature.

Thanks.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Feb 15, 2013 - 12:30

Hello Rick,

Unfortunately, that's not possible right now. You can move a parent task in a different way, though, and it will apply to its sub-tasks as well. Tap on the parent task, choose "Edit", select a new project for it and save the change.

We're working on many improvements for the display and handling of tasks and sub-tasks and we hope to address this issue and make the navigation much better in future updates of our app.


Best regards,
David

RR
Rick Read premium
Replied on Feb 15, 2013 - 14:31

Thank you for that David, most useful. Also, is there a way to force a linefeed using the iOS app, as Ctrl-M will do in the browser?

Regards,

Rick

David Trey staff
Replied on Feb 15, 2013 - 14:55

Rick,

Right now, that's not possible. The Ctrl+M option on the web is also obsolete and we may not support it in the future.

We encourage using task notes if you need to type a long text into a task and we'll consider adding a line break option to task notes on iOS in future updates.


Best regards,
David