The names of the Priority levels--Priority 1, Priority 2, Priority 3, Priority 4--can be edited in the settings, but the edited names do not appear on the Start page. They continue to display at the top of lists as Priority 1, etc. Is it possible to change how they display?
Asked by mksaenz on Jul 22, 2013 - 18:11
This is in Todoist for Android.
In the left hand pane (with the black background), I choose the Filters tab, select the Manage Filters gear at the bottom left, and tap the pencil-shaped Edit icon next to each Priority. In the resulting edit dialog, I can change either the name or the abbreviation. The Priority names change in the black pane, but not in the displays on the right, with the white background.
Thank you for the clarification. Yes this is possible in our Android app. I can confirm it does not change it while on the actual view.
I have let the developers know about, I am not sure if this is done on purpose or is indeed a bug.
I will keep you updated.
This is the intended outcome.
The left panel and the title at the top will show the custom name. The list itself consists of tasks broken into the sections/views according to your filter. Those have pre-defined names ("Priority X", "Overdue", a specific date, a project's name, etc).
Nick Bolton on Sep 22, 2013 - 02:26
Will this useful renaming feature be available on all platforms inc. web / mac?
Re Andrey's comment, I really hope bright red, orange and yellow will be options (as well as no colour) as I find those three reflect degrees of intensity really well and make the most sense to me intuitively (some other to do apps I've tried employed those colours for levels of importance and that always made the most sense to me).
I second this red: urgent, orange: important, yellow: of interest (highlighted), blue or light blue: whenever ("in the sky") ...
It is not only most natural but it is a natural color scale intensification on the light spectrum.
Do a test: ask people to sort red, orange, and yellow in terms of urgency, importance and simply "of special interest" but not urgent.
Out of 100 people I'm guessing 100 would pick red-orange-yellow.
I could be wrong though.