Better priority-rating color heirarchy.
So far so good with Todoist. But a couple suggestions:
- Sometimes general tasks are not high priority for me but their sub-tasks might need to get done immediately. Currently, if I set a parent level task at priority level 2 (blue) and a sublevel at priority 1 (red)... when I hide sublevel tasks - using the flipping arrow button - the color of the parent level remains the same (priority 2 - blue) although there is a very important task hidden in it. I think the color of the parent task should change dependant on the highest level of subtasks, so that I don't miss anything that may be hidden.
- also, the color coding would make more sense if they existed on a spectrum from cooler to warmer colors. ie, priority 4 (dark blue or black), priority 3 (yellow), priority 2 (orange), priority 1 (red). Also, if you expanded to a broader range in the future it could go, violet, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, etc.
9 comments, asked by Matt Suplee on Dec 14, 2011 - 08:38