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When will todoist in iphone support notes?

Hello,

The iOS app doesn't support the notes (*) that we can enter in the webversion, and so I have different counts of tasks in the lists because of it.

When will we be able to see the different platforms with the same features?

Best regards,

Alex

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David Trey staff
Replied on Jan 17, 2014 - 13:36 UTC

Hello Alex,

Our app fully support task notes. Regarding the asterisk * support for tasks without a checkbox, this is a deprecated feature that we'll no longer support due to a lot of issues and difficulties in maintaining it across all platforms we support.

However, if you need to crate a separate list of tasks related to a certain project, we recommend to use sub-projects instead.


Best regards,
David

alexandremrj premium
Replied on Jan 17, 2014 - 13:45 UTC

Hello David,

thanks for your reply but this means that notes will be removed from the webapp also:

I ask this because I currently have lists like this:
Project
Sub-project

and inside the subproject I have

* Name of a header
*Project
task
Multiple subtasks

Which means that I have 5 levels that I can't pass to projects because it only allows me a maximum of 4 levels of hierarchy

Any ideias?

David Trey staff
Replied on Jan 17, 2014 - 13:55 UTC

Alex,

You can have a total of a 9-level task tree using:

Project
| - Sub-project
| - | - Sub-sub-project
| - | - | - Sub-sub-sub-project

and inside have:


Task
| - Sub-task
| - | - Sub-sub-task
| - | - | - Sub-sub-sub-task
| - | - | - | - Sub-sub-sub-sub-task

That said, please try to convert any "header hierarchy" to sub and sub-sub-sub-project hierarchies and then you can start with tasks inside the 4th level sub-projects.

Alternatively, you could as well simply use !! bold !! text formatting (between two exclamation marks) to just mark a regular task as "a header" and not complete it.


Best regards,
David