Please add russian language for querries.Thanks for a great taks service!
Hello,Thank you for your feedback. We will surely add regional support for queries in the future.Best regards,David
in the near future?
Hello Shaul,Unfortunately, we can't give you any specific timeframe on when this will be implemented, but it shouldn't take too long and once we add general support for non-English queries, this option will be available for all languages.Best regards,David
Hi, David! Thanks for the support!There is another problem with Russian language. When you choose a date in the calendar (not typing it, but CHOOSING), the date is placed in Russian language, not in English. Thus it's impossible to enter exact time (with @ simbol).So when you choose "13 March" in the calendar, the "13 март" is placed in the field and, of course, you can't add @15:00 to the "13 март". You need to delete russian words and replace them with the english ones.
Hello,Unfortunately, we can't reproduce this issue. It should be possible to add a due time to a task this way. I've set Todoist to Russian, selected 20 март from the drop-down calendar and then added "@ 13:00" and a due time was added. Unfortunately, the time was incorrect so please clarify - are you experiencing the same issue (add a time, but it's incorrect) or do you see an error already when you try to add the time?Best regards,David
It depends on client. I'm using Windows client, Thunderbird client and the web-page in Chrome browser. Let's talk about the browser.In this case you're right. I'm experiencing the same issue, as you. The time is incorrect. It changes to 00:00 regardless what you've entered.BUT. There is a mistake in YEAR too. When I choose 20 март, add due time with @ and then save the task, the year is changing to 2014.So, when I choose 10 март from the drop-down calendar and then enter @13:00, I get a task like 10 март 2014 в 00:00 regardless what time I entered.
Nikita,Thank you for the clarification, I have passed this issue to the developers and we will try to address it soon. Sorry for the inconvenience.Best regards,David
Nikita,The issue was caused by the lack of support for the @ sign. In the Russian version of Todoist, you can use "20 марта в 16:00" as a valid format (with в instead of @).However, we've also added support for @ now, please let us know if the issue persists.Best regards,David
David,[в] is a great decision. Because I can enter this letter without a need of switching keyboard layout to English.In Russian layout when you press Shift+2, you enter ", not @.Thanks you for the support.