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How can I have tasks ordered at sub-project level remain ordered in Today's view?

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Hi,
I have a project with 3 sub-projects (morning, afternoon, evening), each of them having about 10 tasks (= 30 in total). Their recurrence is "every day" without any specific time. I've sorted them manually at sub-project level. When they appear in today's view, they are all mixed up: tasks from the 3 sub-projects are mixed and tasks within a sub-project are also mixed.
I don't want to add a time to each task because it will give me a lot of work (tasks list should increase in the future) and does not make sense to me.
I would like, at least, understand how tasks are sorted in the Today's view.

Thanks for your help

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David Trey staff
Replied on Feb 13, 2014 - 14:53

Hello Dominique,

Unfortunately, that's not possible right now, but we'll look into it.

In these date-based views tasks are sorted by date, time, then priority and then based on the custom order you set within each priority group.


Best regards,
David

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Dominique
Replied on Feb 14, 2014 - 08:29

Hi David,

Well each task appears every day. No time is specified. They all have the same priority. Unfortunately the last criteria 'the custom order' is not kept.
The 1st task from the 1st subproject is penultimate in today's view.

I wonder whether tasks do not appear based on creation time or similar odd order?

Thanks for your help
Dominique

David Trey staff
Replied on Feb 14, 2014 - 13:02

Dominique,

Please clarify - you go to the "today" or "7 days" view, have tasks with the same priority and no time, drag & drop them to a different order (without moving them to a different priority group) and this order is not maintained?


Best regards,
David

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Dominique
Replied on Feb 14, 2014 - 14:03

David,
I go to "today" view.
If I order tasks there, this order is not kept for the next day. I have to reorder them every day.
Best regards
Dominique

David Trey staff
Replied on Feb 14, 2014 - 14:47

Dominique,

I've passed it to the developers, we'll look into it.


Best regards,
David