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How can I "sticky" queries so they show up under projects on the main screen?

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Michael Sena
Replied on Nov 24, 2012 - 05:06

Whoops, hit enter before I was done.

Explanation: Basically, I want to use GTD and have certain queries/contexts readily available.
For instance "@family" for anything related to my family, and "@phone @waiting" for anything that involves me making a phone call but I'm waiting for a reply back?

I love how I can type in queries, but I'd really, really love to be able to "stick" a few of them under projects. I honestly don't use projects as I use the contexts.

Thanks for your help!

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Michael Sena
Replied on Nov 24, 2012 - 05:08

Or anyone one.... how about being able to "stick" any query you want?

so perhaps it would be "@work !p1" for anything you've done at work that is a first priority?
I know you can type these in - I just want the ability to save them so I can just click it instead of typing it in all the time.

Brendan Gibbons premium
Replied on Nov 24, 2012 - 05:45

The work around I've being doing for this is to make the search query, and then drag the web address to the bookmarks / favorites bar of the browser.

Then you can cerate your own list of custom queries that are always visible.

But yes, pinning queries would be nice.

David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 24, 2012 - 06:51

Hello Michael,

Unfortunately, it's not possible to save queries in Todoist right now, but we will certainly consider adding such option in the future. You're welcome to vote for these requests in our Votebox:
http://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/255/
http://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/380/


Best regards,
David

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Unknown
Replied on Apr 15, 2013 - 09:20

+1 Saved queries save time ...

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Alex Popescu
Replied on Oct 03, 2013 - 00:35

Saved queries is currently worked on https://todoist.com/Vote/showProposal/151/.

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