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Completed Tasks not Showing

Hello - in any project view you are supposed to be able to click the round "backwards clock" icon to the lower right of the project name, to get completed tasks.

This was working yesterday, but is not today. I cleared my cache and refreshed, in latest Chrome on 20131224, to no avail. Same behavior in both the browser version and in the browser extension dropdown.

I see how I can see the list of completed tasks from the karma list. How can I view them from the boolean search box at upper left. If I click the Today link, I would also like to be able to specify that I want to see the completed ones today.

Please advise.

Kind regards,
Rick

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Brendon Wadey staff
Replied on Dec 24, 2013 - 10:41

Hi Rick,

There appears to be a new issue with the "get completed tasks" button not working, but I need more information.

Which browser are you using? When you click that icon, does tasks load then disappear, does nothing load? What exactly happens?

Regards,
Brendon.

Rick Cogley premium
Replied on Dec 24, 2013 - 16:38

Hi Brendon, as I mentioned, Chrome.

And this AM, it is back working again, and seemingly consistently. I can get it to work under any project now.

Yesterday, it would "blink" once then that was it. Nothing. The behavior did not change on Chrome restart, cache clear or multiple ctrl-R page refreshes.

Please advise on how I can see completed tasks by default, in the upper left search box. For instance, I'd like to do something like (overdue, today, completed).

Regards
Rick

David Trey staff
Replied on Dec 27, 2013 - 06:44

Hello Rick,

This issue should be fixed by now. Unfortunately, you can't include completed tasks within filters. That is, technically, if you search for a word within a task's name, you can then click on "Show completed tasks", but you can't specifically query "completed" to see all of them.

To browse through completed tasks from all projects, please click on the Karma score in the top-right corner and then "View All Completed".


Best regards,
David