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Including a project on a query-based start page

There may be a way to do this, but I'm not smart enough to figure it out. Basically what I'm looking to do is set my start page to "Overdue, today, and tomorrow" in *addition* to everything in the Inbox project.

I'm using the Inbox project as a container for everything I email to Todoist and I don't want to have to put <date today> in every email subject. I want to just fire something into my Todoist inbox to process it later - i.e. always have it on my start page even without a due date, otherwise I doubt I'll ever see it.

But I also want to see Overdue, Today, and Tomorrow tasks in addition to anything in the Inbox project (90% of the time it will be empty - so I don't want to make just that single project my start page)

Is there any way to do this?

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David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 24, 2011 - 17:43

Hello Mike,

you can set your start page to overdue, today and tomorrow by typing: od, today, tomorrow (using "Custom query" in Preferences -> General Settings -> Start page), unfortunately, it's not possible to add a view of tasks within a certain project in addition to a query right now, but thank you for your suggestion, we appreciate it and will consider adding such option in future development.

You're welcome to add a feature request to our Votebox:
http://todoist.com/Vote/


Best regards,
David

Mike Torres premium
Replied on Nov 25, 2011 - 22:57

Thanks David!