To create a sub-project, please click on the "Add project" link below your project list and while you see the project name input field opened, you can use the icons on the right to indent/unindent it. Alternatively, you can use Ctrl+RightArrow and Ctrl+LeftArrow.
You can convert any existing project (except for the Inbox) to a sub-project by right-clicking on it and choosing "Edit project" from the context menu to open the input field and then indent it.
Is there any more information about how this works? Indenting makes a project a subproject? Also, is there a guide available for how to use ToDoist? I've watched videos but they don't really get into the details.
That is pretty much the best description. You can check out Todoist.com/help and our YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/user/DoistApps
I'm new to this, and these directions "just indent" are pretty vague. I created project 1 in outlook, then created project 2.
I wanted project 1 to be a subproject of project 2, e.g.
So i "just indent project 1". ok. did that. I tried to drag and drop project 1 so it was below project 2, but it wont move. So I'm stuck with the current order. project 1 is indented below some other project:
Videos on how to use outlook don't work because the todoist in the videos looks completely different from what is installed in outlook (maybe 1-2 years old so the look has changed) so I'm poking around for menus but it looks like once I set a project list order, I'm stuck because they won't move.
Please click on the icon in the top-left corner to see the project list. Once you see your projects, you can hover over any project to see the drag & drop handle. Once you "grab" a project by this handle, you can not only drag it up and down, but also to the right which will indent it to make it a sub-project.
Alternatively, you can right-click on a project and choose "Edit". This will open the input field allowing you to change it's name. While this field is opened, you can use Ctrl+RightArrow and Ctrl+LeftArrow to change its indent level and then hit Enter to save this change :-)
is there a way that nested projects stay nested when shared?
Thank you for your effort.
That's unfortunately not possible right now, but we'll add such option in future updates.
Sub projects do not count as a project as far as the quota goes? Is that correct?
Sub-projects does count in the limitation of 200 projects per account.