Adding context when creating a task
Is it possible to add a context (e.g. @errand) while I'm creating a task? This is something I often want to do, and as far as I can tell, I have to create the task, then locate it in the project it has been added to, and only then can I add a context to it.
Asked by Cliff Donaldson on Jul 15, 2012 - 10:37
if you're referring to the labeling feature - yes, you can type @errand within the task name and it will be created with a label named "errand". You can also add priorities while creating a task by typing !p1, !p2 or !p3 within the name as well as reminders by adding <remind today at 6pm> within a task.