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Application follows all my spaces on my Mac - Can it stick to one space?


I use multiple spaces in Mission Control on my Mac and I like to stick my apps into defined spots within this spaces. With Todoist however, the app follows each of my spaces when open. Meaning that if I have 7 spaces and I place Todoist onto space 1, when I switch between each space I see in each space.

Usually you can right click ont he dock and choose "Options -> Assign to None" to stop that from happening, but there is no "Options" menu item for Todoist. Right now it appears to be "Assigned to All," and there's no way to change that.

Is it possible to get Todoist to stick somewhere and not follow each of my spaces?

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David Trey  staff
Replied on Jan 23, 2013 - 00:05 UTC

Hello Kris,

Unfortunately, that's not possible right now, but we will consider adding such option in the future. You're welcome to add a request to our Votebox: http://todoist.com/Vote/

Best regards,

rowney.john  premium
Replied on May 30, 2013 - 08:29 UTC

I am observing the same problem as Kris on OS X. No matter which space I am on (I use 10 in my daily activities to partition my apps/windows into logical groupings), the Todoist app is always there - ususally exactly where I do not want it. In fact, it makes the app quite intrusive which I don't beleive is the intent of the software at all. Therefore, I would strongly second the request to have Todoist "play nice" with spaces. The is the first app (of literally a hundred +) on my machine where I have seen this behaviour.


Andrew Shuttleworth
Replied on Sep 14, 2013 - 20:10 UTC

Agreed – this is really annoying.

Hart Posen  premium
Replied on Nov 18, 2013 - 22:27 UTC

Yes. So annoying that I am considering leaving todoist (which is otherwise a great app)>

Alan Tower
Replied on Dec 29, 2013 - 04:18 UTC

Yes, ToDoist is such a fantastic tool, better than anything out there
that I agree with all the folks above this is of highest priority for this bug to be fixed. Its clearly not what anyone would want who use spaces and thats most everyone on Snow Leopard, Lion or Mavericks -meaning large percentage of Mac users!