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Filters not working on iphone



I'm trying to save a filter "@office", nothing fancy, just trying it out. I added "@office" (without the quotes), into the filter area, named it "office". But the filter results don't give me anything useful. It gives me a list of tasks, some with the office tag, some without. For those without there isn't even any word "office" in the task description, so I'm not sure what the filter does, but it's not doing anything useful.

I saw someone with a similar issue back in December and the reply was that an update was in the works which would fix this. Has this been fixed already, or is it still in the works?

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David Trey staff
Replied on Apr 18, 2013 - 18:44 UTC

Hello Serena,

Unfortunately, this issue persists and it will be fixed very soon as we're just finishing a complete rewrite of our app which will address this and other issues (bugs and performance issues). Sorry for the inconvenience.

Best regards,

Lars Niemann premium
Replied on May 07, 2013 - 18:29 UTC

Same here, after trying it out quite a while I found this support entry.
I think it is very important to provide a working filter per @... and you should provide a fix or solution soon!

Rein Ketelaars premium
Replied on May 16, 2013 - 07:13 UTC

Creating a filter combining two selections is not working, either.

I would like to create a filter like: '14 days, overdue' to display all overdue tasks AND tasks due the following 14 days. Doesn't work. Hopefully in the next update :)