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Filter in Android App by tag shows task without the tag

Hello,

in the Android App (2.0.4) I found a problem with the filter. I want to filter for task with a specific tag and so I entered the following filter:

( 7 Tage, überfällig) & @<tag>
should be in english: (7 days, overdue) @<tag>

When I do this in the Web App it works well, but in the Android App it shows every task matching the "7 days" or "overdue" - with or without the tag.

I have 23 tasks with that tag and 11 without a due date, so it should show me 12 tasks (like in Web App). Right?

Query "7 days" shows 24 task (12 with tag and due date + 12 with a due date, but without tag)
=> correct

Query "(7 days, overdue) @<tag>" shows 21 tsks (12 with tag and due date + 9 with a due date, but without tag)
=> wrong

Thanks in advance!

Best regards,
Tom

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David Trey staff
Replied on Sep 03, 2013 - 06:58

Hello Tom,

We're very sorry for the inconvenience. The advanced search features were the last thing added to our app as it was introduced to the web as we've already had the mobile app almost finished without it and unfortunately, there are still some issues with it, but we're working on them right now and they'll be fixed in the next updates.

For now, as a workaround, you could use this query:

(7 Tage & @tag) | (überfällig & @tag)

I've just tested it in the English version and it seems to work correctly. You can save it as a filter for convenience, but again - we'll fix these filters soon so you won't have to use such long queries.


Best regards,
David

Tom Stiefel premium
Replied on Sep 07, 2013 - 11:59

Hello David,

thanks for the workaround, it works!


Best regars,
Tom