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Manual Organization of "Today" List on I-Phone App

AC

Hello,

I can manually organize my "Today" list on my desktop or the web. However, this manual organization does not sync or work on my I-Phone App. (My "Today" list is always organized automatically by priority). Is there a way to manually organize my "Today" list on my I-Phone App?

Thank you,

AC

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Brendon Wadey staff
Replied on Feb 08, 2014 - 00:28 UTC

Hi,

To clarify, when you organize your Today view on the web, there are no problems, it remembers everything you change?

You can hold down and grab each task on iOS as you would on the web version. Though you can only sort items within each priority, they can't be moved outside it's range, so P1 has to stay with P1.

Regards,
Brendon.

AC
A C
Replied on Feb 09, 2014 - 02:53 UTC

Hi Brendon,

Thanks for your response. Yes, when I manually organize my today view on the web or on my desktop it remembers everything I change and the order I select. However, the ordering of this list does not sync with my iOS and these changes are not made on it, even after manually syncing. (All of my task items are there, but they are in a different order than the today view on the web). One way that I have tried to work around this is by assigning a time to each task item. This way they are always sorted in the order that I select.

Is there any other way to get the items to stay in the sequence that I select?

Thanks,

AC

David Trey staff
Replied on Feb 09, 2014 - 19:18 UTC

Hello AC,

Please confirm, are you trying to move tasks with one priority outside of its priority group? For example, split the priority 1 group by moving a p1 task below p3? If so - that's not possible and the order will always revert back so that the priorities are sorted from highest to lowest. You can reorder tasks within their priority groups, though.


Best regards,
David