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When we please be able to sort labels?!

I may have missed it but I am not seeing any real appetite from todoist to respond to the numerous pleas for this. As a minimum the "no label" filter is a must but presumably when this is done the sort should follow more easily.
Can we have a time bound commitment from todoist to confirm whether it is going ahead or not? It is a huge limitation and does not do justice to the rest of the platform.

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Clyde Romo staff
Replied on Aug 15, 2014 - 13:10 UTC

Hi Jonathan,

First off, I just want to let you know that we read each reply and request from our users. Though we can't implement all of them, we do consider adding them and have internal discussions about it.

If a feature request has not been added yet, it doesn't mean that we're ignoring them. Even the simplest tweak takes a lot of effort to implement given that it needs to be available in all platform. If you haven't noticed, we recently added the option to filter tasks by project. I believe that's one of the more popular request and we did see how it can help users be more productive.

With regards to your feature request (sorting labels & filter "no labels"), we can't commit to a timeframe to it. Even for features that are planned, we simply can't give out a timeframe as something might delay it (internal & external reasons). Your and other users feedback is extremely important to us. The moment we have some news on this front, we will certainly let you know about it.


Regards,
Clyde

Jonathan Morris premium
Replied on Aug 15, 2014 - 15:42 UTC

Thanks Clyde
I do appreciate you take comments and suggestions seriously thank you.
And yes its great new developments are ongoing.
I guess we are all so used to the power of tags across different software that we are increasingly very dependent on them to cut across different activities quickly.
Leave it with you.
Have a good day.
Best
Jonathan

Kakaxa premium
Replied on Aug 16, 2014 - 18:44 UTC

+1

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Thibaut premium
Replied on Aug 18, 2014 - 10:18 UTC

+1