If I create a task from an email then move the email to a sub-folder, it can't find it? Can this be fixed?
Asked by Scott Burkinshaw on Nov 26, 2012 - 10:26
We're aware of this issue which occurs especially often when using an Exchange Server. We're working on it right now and we hope that it will be fixed in the next update of the Outlook plugin.
For now, as a workaround, you could either try to move the mail first and then add it as a task or, with Todoist Premium, you could use the "Email tasks to projects" feature which would allow you to simply forward any message to a specific email address (a unique address for each of your projects) and the subject line would become a task name and the content of the mail - a task note. This way you could read the whole message even when using our mobile apps as the mail would not be linked, but fully converted to a task and could even be deleted in Outlook.
Thomas Zahr on Dec 11, 2012 - 06:56
When is the new release of the outlook add in due? Todoists inability to find a moved email message is a problem in my workflow.
Tanya M on Dec 21, 2012 - 12:14
This is a huge deal for me, drives me crazy. I am constantly editing tasks because of this, takes a lot of time.