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just type in @time = today @time ?


Coming from remember the milk, I often forget to put the @ sign before the time. Another thing is I tend to plan my day in the morning and often just put down the time and forget to type "today". Is it possible to teach todoist to understand that 1p means @1pm and when I specify a time without a date, that means today?

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David Trey  staff
Replied on Mar 27, 2013 - 14:09 UTC

Hello Hao,

Thank you very much for your feedback, we appreciate it and we'll consider adding such option in the future. You're welcome to add your suggestion as a request to our Votebox: http://todoist.com/Vote/

Best regards,

PA Buisson  premium
Replied on Feb 09, 2015 - 13:09 UTC

This was a really good and simple idea, and I'd like to know if there's any plan to implement this ? I just tried to type "@ 5", it seemed pretty intuitive to me but... hey, not supported (yet) ;)

David Trey  staff
Replied on Feb 09, 2015 - 13:16 UTC


Although it's not implemented yet, it will be soon. Right now we're working on a brand new date parser which will allow us to support not only many more date formats than we currently do, but also parse dates and times from within the task name :-)


PA Buisson  premium
Replied on Feb 09, 2015 - 15:23 UTC

That's really good to hear ! Thanks for your answer David, and I'm looking forward to seeing this new date parser at work :-)