When you fix it, that would not change the order of tasks when sorting them by priority?
Hello,Please clarify - what fix are you referring to? You can sort tasks by priority within a project using the "p" key. On date-based views, they're sorted by priority automatically, but you can manually reorder tasks within the same priority group.Best regards,David
I press key "p" two times and tasks change order two times with same priority.I want Stable sort (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sorting_algorithm) within one priority.
Unfortunately, I can't reproduce this issue. No matter how many times I press "p", the sort remains the same and is correct. I've tried it in Chrome.Please tell me:- What browser are you using?- Can you reproduce this issue in another browser?- Does clearing the cache help?- Does it happen in a newly added project and a few test tasks?Best regards,David
Give me your email, I share project.
It's email@example.com but still, if you could please answer the questions above, that would be extremely helpful and much appreciated as we will still need to have a confirmation from you if cache clearing, a different browser and a different project help.Best regards,David
1. Chrome2. FF - no3. How to delete cache?4. noticed just now
Please go to Chrome's Settings -> Advanced Settings -> Content Settings -> All cookies and site data. This window will have a search box in the top-right corner. Search for "Todoist" there and delete all the entries that it will show.Then, you can reload the browser and log back into your account. Let me know if that helps.Best regards,David
Remove cache, the problem persists.
Thanks for the invitation, I see what you mean now. Whenever I click on "p" tasks in the first priority list get moved one step up except for the one at the top. That's indeed strange, I'll pass it to the developers and we'll look into it. Thank you for your report.Best regards,David
Hello,This issue has now been addressed and the fix has been implemented. You may need to log out and back in to see the change.Best regards,David