An easier way to change the project on a task (without using a mouse).
I wanted to make a suggestion about making it easier to switch the project on a task.
For us GTD folks, one of the things we do the most often is add things to the inbox and then process the inbox, meaning to edit those tasks and then assign them to a project.
Could you create a keyboard shortcut to change the project on a task? (Like the way you can type @ and a drop down of the labels shows up? I've seen other task managers implement this with a # sign).
Or just implement what you have when you type q to create a task for the first time. In that case, I just tab and the project ^ shows a drop down of the projects so I type.
Right now the only choices are dragging the task into a project folder (which is a pain because I have a lot of projects and not all of them show up on the screen) or clicking on the three dots on the right, scroll down the menu to "move projects" and then select the project. Both ways require a mouse.
Not a big deal but this is something I end up doing 50 times a week and it gets to be a drag.
This is an odd UI annoyance in an otherwise fantastic app that honestly makes it a joy to manage my tasks. Keep up the great work. Really love this app.