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drag 'no date' to date


Todoist looks awesome, almost exactly what I've been looking for for years.

I typically keep a long list of tasks on my to do list with no specific date to do them, the "Master Task List" in Covey-speak. My default view would most likely be "3 days, overdue, no date" so I can see my immediate tasks, plus things not immediately on my plate.

I'd like to be able to drag n drop items from the 'no date' list into today or tomorrow. Editing individual tasks by hand to add a date would take too long.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Jun 22, 2012 - 00:27

Hello Bugmenot,

thank you very much for your suggestion, we appreciate it and will consider adding such option in the future.

For now, please note that you can easily change the due dates of multiple tasks at once. To do so, please press and hold the Ctrl key and while holding it, select multiple tasks by clicking on them. Then, you can use the "change date" option from the menu that will appear at the top once you start multi-selecting tasks and it will allow you to set a date to all the selected tasks.

Best regards,

JG premium
Replied on Jun 29, 2012 - 07:42

Just ran into the same problem. Thanks for the tip! Multi-select definitely helps, but still want to be able to drag from nodate to a day in the 7day list.

Now that I know about multi-select, I want to be able to select several tasks and drag them to a new date, e.g. move all my overdue tasks from yesterday to today.