Is there a way to assign a project to a task the same way we assign a label?
Buy milk @shopping #personal
No, but there is no need. When you are adding a task, a project is already selected, and you change choose which it is right from the add menu.
I know that, but for people that have a lot of projects ... having to scroll down trough all of them is time consuming.
i think that if you have the option for labels ... there should be the same option for projects!
I do not understand how can the staff say there is no need when it can save at least 5 taps... sometimes I wonder if the programmers use the app at all
We use the app every day :-) To select a project, you can use:
- 2x TAB
- start typing the name.
In case of direct name input, you'd exchange the first TAB to a space and the second one for typing the # which makes our current solution use the exact same amount of clicks that you would use to type space + #, but replace them with a double click on TAB. Feel free to try it out.
Alternatively, if you just want to enter a project with your keyboard and not use Quick Add, then click on / and then type #projectname.
David, thank you for the reply but this was an android question... none of that aplies to android
I'm sorry, I missed that. Indeed, on Android it's different, we'll look into improving this process in the future.
Thank you very much!!
This kind of functionality is especially important when apps like Zapier and IFTTT come into play. Quick assignment to filters via the @ character means that automated task addtions from those apps can be characterized. But until it is possible to assign a project in the same way, they have to be organized manually, which kind of defeats the purpose of the automation. The hashtag would be a logical way to do this. Hope to see that possibility soon!
+1 (though, some days, it's fun to test my scrolling skills: can I whip-scroll through my list of projects right to the project I need to select?) ;-D