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Filter within a project


I am wondering if it is possible to filter tasks within a project? As far as I can see I can't do that?

Let's say I have a project called "Project X", and certain tasks in the project are labeled "urgent". I would like to be able to filter Project X for tasks labeled urgent.

My workaround is to create a label corresponding to the project name, and then manually label every single task in that project with that label, and then filter on "@ProjectX & @urgent". This seems tedious.

Is there a better way, that I haven't seen?

All responses

Brendon Wadey  staff
Replied on Jan 25, 2014 - 22:11 UTC

Hi Ola,

Sadly, at this time there is no way to include a project within a filter, though we will consider adding this ability in future updates.


Ola Forsstrom-Olsson  premium
Replied on Jan 27, 2014 - 16:46 UTC

I see, thanks for response. Then there is not really any point using projects then I guess - I can just as well just use a project tag for each project since I have to have that anyway in order to be able to filter my tasks appropriately.

Ola Forsstrom-Olsson  premium
Replied on Jan 30, 2014 - 15:31 UTC

Follow up question: is it possible to add a label to many tasks at once, instead of doing it one by one? In that way I could easily add a project-label to all tasks in a certain project.

Brendon Wadey  staff
Replied on Jan 30, 2014 - 17:17 UTC


Not at this time but it could get added in the near future.


Ola Forsstrom-Olsson  premium
Replied on Jan 30, 2014 - 18:50 UTC


Andy Barton  premium
Replied on Feb 19, 2014 - 19:14 UTC

Agreed we really do need ability to filter by Project or as was said earlier, not much point in using Projects.

I typically use 2 Projects
Inbox - Dump Ground until I properly file the task

I would love to be able to filter all Urgent Business tasks for example.

Also because I use Todoist for business & personal, when I'm at work I don't want others peering over my shoulder at my Personal Tasks, so I just display Business Project. But then as we know, we have no filters on this.


Jan Kok  premium
Replied on Feb 28, 2014 - 13:24 UTC

I'm seriously missing the ability to filter by project AND tag simultaneously. It would also be nice to be able to sort a list based on the associated tags.

Just have a look at Toodledo.com they have a lot of functionality I would love to see in Todoist. I'm hopeful that Todoist will keep improving. Otherwise I might have to move back... :-S

roam  premium
Replied on Mar 03, 2014 - 22:18 UTC

+1 for project based filters.

"Today & #ProjectName" would be very helpful.

Trevor Miller
Replied on Mar 10, 2014 - 16:45 UTC

I agree. Projects are pointless unless I can filter them. I also use todoist with "personal" and "work" folder and need to be able to see a 7 day view while I am at home and a 7 day view while I am at work, without having to sift through all my tasks at once. I love todoist, but please add this feature!

Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on Mar 11, 2014 - 18:30 UTC

I am set to renew my Premium account in the coming months. I am really happy with the development of Todoist and I am ready to transfer all of my tasks from RTM to Todoist. But Todoist can't become my main task manager without an option to filter by project. Please add this feature soon! Thanks.

Jos Dirksen  premium
Replied on Mar 12, 2014 - 08:13 UTC

+1, would also really like to see this feature.

Ian Thomas
Replied on Mar 13, 2014 - 16:42 UTC

This is big missing feature for me too, that may make me quickly hop back to Omnifocus.

Kaleb Nyquist  premium
Replied on Mar 15, 2014 - 22:49 UTC

Another +1 for project based filters.

Similar to roam, "Next 7 Days & #ProjectName" would be very helpful. This specifically would be for purposes of e-mailing my to-do list to one of my (remote) work managers.

Nicolas Gauthier
Replied on Mar 18, 2014 - 14:07 UTC

Yes it is obviously missing. When at work you'd like to not see any personnal tasks and reversly.
Could also be complemented by the notions of workspaces or areas.
Could todoist team tell if this is under study ?
Thanks !

Jos Dirksen  premium
Replied on Mar 18, 2014 - 14:30 UTC

I currently solve this by adding a @private tag to my private stuff and filter by excluding this tag. Not the best solution, but works pretty well.

Soledad  premium
Replied on Apr 07, 2014 - 08:19 UTC

Same need than Andy Barton.

Replied on Apr 07, 2014 - 15:18 UTC

I look forward to this feature, but it is better to vote for it;-)

Scott  premium
Replied on May 02, 2014 - 13:19 UTC

+1 - this is greatly needed

Replied on May 06, 2014 - 17:38 UTC

Wow, very surprised that this ability is not yet implemented...

Essential if you want to separate today's todo lists for work and personal

Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on May 06, 2014 - 18:47 UTC


Simon Schmidt  premium
Replied on May 09, 2014 - 13:29 UTC

+1...filters are useless for me if theres no way to filter within rojects.
ill get premium as soon as this becomes available :)

Haakon  premium
Replied on May 19, 2014 - 09:17 UTC

The devteam really needs to set a deadline for implementing this (useful and honestly pretty basic) feature!


Samuel Bouchard  premium
Replied on May 20, 2014 - 20:33 UTC

+1 for Project filtering.

2 features that I like but that I can't have to work together right now:

1 - seeing what has been done per project
2 - beeing able to filter with the tags

I could use tags instead of projects to have filtering, but then I would not be able to analyze what has been done per project in a graphical way

Clarke Wixon
Replied on May 21, 2014 - 22:10 UTC

Holy cow, this is a serious and very basic omission. When I'm at work I really don't need "feed the cat"-type stuff filling up my lists.

Off to vote...

Sam Horam
Replied on May 30, 2014 - 16:01 UTC

+1 Big Omission!

Niek Krouwel
Replied on Jun 20, 2014 - 04:44 UTC

+1 Started this week with Todoist-premium. Untill now using Rememberthemilk where this was possible

Anne Warlaumont
Replied on Jun 20, 2014 - 20:56 UTC

+1 I would like to view all the things due today within a project.

Oliver Steinmeier  premium
Replied on Jun 23, 2014 - 20:12 UTC

Definitely need this to be able to look only at Work-related tasks (based on projects) while I am at work and only at Home-related tasks while I am at home. Tagging everything makes no sense.

Lucy Gordon  premium
Replied on Jun 23, 2014 - 21:22 UTC

I need this too. I really want to be able to sit down to work on Project X and be able to get a list of all today's tasks for the project. Or all today's tasks for projects X, Y and Z. I split my 'work' tasks into several projects too, so I need to be able to see all today's work tasks without random tasks from other tasks from home, my business or volunteer work mixed in all over the place.

I have no time for individually labelling every single task, that's why I put them in projects and I'd like to keep them that way because it gives me a much better overview of everything that I have on. If I switched to labelling every task, i'd be able to get a useful view for daily tasks, but Id be stuck with a humongous messy list of all tasks and would also have to type in labels every single time.

Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on Jun 23, 2014 - 21:29 UTC

@Lucy Gordon - well-said.

Trish Putnam
Replied on Jun 23, 2014 - 21:45 UTC


Haakon  premium
Replied on Jun 24, 2014 - 06:13 UTC

Any news on this from the staff?

Ola Forsstrom-Olsson  premium
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 13:07 UTC

I had a premium version of Todoist that ran out recently, and I'm not planning on renewing until this very basic functionality is implemented. It's surprising to me that it's not done, or prioritized, as it seems like a core feature to have in a task management app.

roam  premium
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 15:16 UTC

yeah, for a pay service this is pretty poor. seems like a great opportunity for a competitor to win my business.

what's the point of these forums if we're just talking among ourselves with no staff feedback or indication that our needs are being heard?

Oliver Steinmeier  premium
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 15:43 UTC

Perhaps the Todoist team hasn't been able to work on this feature because the lack of project-based filtering doesn't let them find the right tasks and thus work effectively ;)

Seriously, I am surprised there has been so little response from the development team. I guess I paid too early for my premium edition.

David Trey  staff
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 15:44 UTC

Hello Roam,

We are reading every single reply in every thread and will of course consider adding such feature in future updates :-) Unfortunately, we can't specify when exactly it will be released and in what form - search by project, filter searches by project, or both.

Best regards,

David Trey  staff
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 15:46 UTC


We're sorry to hear that :-( We only don't respond frequently because we don't have any news regarding this implementation. As soon as we have some or it will be almost ready for release, we will announce it.

Best regards,

Oliver Steinmeier  premium
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 16:00 UTC


fine, but there had been no reply from anyone tagged "Staff" in this thread since Jan 30.

Todoist is an awesome application and I paid for the Premium edition because I like it and wanted to make sure the developers get rewarded for their efforts (the additional features were just a minor reason).

However, it has become clear that this seemingly small missing feature has a huge negative impact on my daily productivity. It's hard to put the loss of productivity in $$ terms, but I am getting to the point where it might actually be worth it for me to spend the time to research alternatives even if they end up costing me money in terms of licensing and migration time. A shame, really, because Todoist is (otherwise) really working well for me.

Perhaps you could share how you guys work around this limitation?

David Trey  staff
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 16:06 UTC


It depends on how you use projects. If you use them as categories containing very repetitive task sets so that 50+ projects may contain task sets with the same names, then there's indeed no workaround for that until we implement this feature which hopefully won't take too long at this point.

If, however, projects are used with very different tasks within them, then search results pages aren't too long and in that case it's easy to see if, let's say, one of the 3 tasks that come up is in the project you're looking for.

Of course, to clarify, I'm not suggesting a complete change of your workflow to accommodate for the lack of this feature and we will implement it :-)

Best regards,

Oliver Steinmeier  premium
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 16:17 UTC

I have about 10 projects to categorize tasks I need to do at work.

I have about 10 projects to categorize tasks that are personal.

When I am at work, I generally don't want to see my personal tasks and be distracted by them. When I am at home, I generally don't want to see my work tasks. But in both scenarios I do want to be able to see tasks from all projects that are due or overdue, i.e., I don't want to constantly have to switch between the 10 work projects.

Another aspect is basic security. Todoist is always open on one of my screens at work. People come into my office all the time to discuss something with me. We often look at something together on my screen (I am a software engineer). I don't mind them seeing my work tasks if they happen to glance at Todoist. But I definitely don't want them to see my personal tasks.

I imagine these are pretty common requirements.

Trish Putnam
Replied on Jul 02, 2014 - 16:29 UTC

Oliver's scenario more or less sums up mine, as well. I do use labels, but it's tedious to have to label each and every task in order to get the filtered list I want when there's already a property naturally in place that should be able to help.

The only way labels would work in the long term for me still requires a code change - add a label property to Projects and make it (optionally) inheritable for all sub-projects and tasks under that project. Then I could apply a label of "work" and a label of "project name" to a project and all the sub-projects and tasks would share those labels automatically. Then I could do as the original poster suggests and build the filter relatively painlessly.

Pablo López
Replied on Jul 11, 2014 - 08:09 UTC

+1 to filtering by project:
#Project & @tag

Vehbi Sinan Tunalioglu  premium
Replied on Jul 11, 2014 - 08:16 UTC

@David: Can you please give an estimate about when?

I am seriously considering moving back to RTM or Wunderlist as they deliver at least such basic functionality.

David Trey  staff
Replied on Jul 11, 2014 - 11:36 UTC


Unfortunately, we can never give you any estimate for any release :-( We work on a feature until it reliably works and is ready for release and release it without planning the release first and aiming at this date.

This is very high on our list of added features, but again, if we encounter an issue that requires more work to fix then we anticipate, then any estimate will no longer be accurate.

Best regards,

Ola Forsstrom-Olsson  premium
Replied on Jul 11, 2014 - 12:02 UTC

Agree with Vehbi. It's a bit like driving a car with 3 wheels until it's in place. I didn't renew my subscription because of the lack of this feature, and have moved on for now.

Replied on Jul 11, 2014 - 14:26 UTC

+1 This would be SO helpful! I can't believe it's not part of Todoist already. This would be one step toward elevating Todoist from a "personal use" oriented tool to a full-featured tool that is useful for serious business projects.

Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on Jul 11, 2014 - 15:04 UTC

David, thank you for the reply and update. I certainly understand about estimated release dates and the problems that they can cause. And I imagine just about everyone understands what you are saying.

I think what we are all wondering is why something of such high priority has not been implemented yet? Without this feature, Todoist is really unusable for a person that wants to use it for both work and personal tasks.

I actually did renew my Premium subscription in hopes that this would be implemented soon because I can't transfer all of my tasks from Remember the Milk until it is implemented. I hope this moves up to the top of the dev's team priority list very soon.

Although, I guess it is possible that this work task is getting mixed in with the dev team's personal tasks in Todoist. That is they don't see the "filter by project" task because there are so many "feed the cat" and "take out the trash" tasks obscuring it. :-)

Tom Jackson  premium
Replied on Jul 14, 2014 - 22:00 UTC

As per the other thread on this https://todoist.com/Support/show/20072/

We really need this.

This should be the next thing on the roadmap.

Happy for it to be released to the web interface before mobile web / apps.

Denes Kellner
Replied on Jul 28, 2014 - 14:19 UTC

Yep, we need "Today & #Project" badly. Also please consider adding an option to "Focus" on a project so that "Today" would only bring up those belonging to it.

Stefan Kohler
Replied on Jul 28, 2014 - 15:14 UTC

Wanted to add my vote for "Today/3 days & #Project". Currently thinking about skipping projects totally and using tags instead. Any thoughts on this?

Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on Jul 28, 2014 - 16:21 UTC

That's the way I use Todoist until they add a filter by project function. But it would be nice to be able to use both projects and labels.

bjpipher  premium
Replied on Jul 29, 2014 - 14:06 UTC

+1 for this feature.

Tom Broad
Replied on Jul 30, 2014 - 14:50 UTC

+1 for this feature.

Martin Bory
Replied on Jul 31, 2014 - 10:03 UTC

+1 for this, how many more users do you need to implement this. Give me emails of Premium TODOIST users and I will ask them myself if they would find this feature useful. C'mon! Code it!

David Trey  staff
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 14:41 UTC


Good news for web-users, we've implemented this feature now, but it's currently only available on the web and web-based platforms (plugins, extensions etc.). We will of course implement this on every mobile platform soon, but for now, please use this feature on the web and let us know what you think and if you'd encounter any issues - report them :-)

So how does it work? Very simple, type p: and the project's name. For example - you have a project called "work" and want to see tasks that have a label @urgent and are in this particular project, then you can search for:

@urgent & p:work

You can exclude projects with the ! (NOT) operator:

7 days & !p:home

and please note - this function is not a precise search, so you don't have to enter the complete full name of the project into it. If the project is called "Customers - business", you can search for:




and it will search through all project's names that contain this name.

Therefore, if you want to include or exclude specific groups of projects, you can name them accordingly so if you have these projects on your list:

[Biz] Customer support
[Biz] Refunds
[Biz] Invoices

You can include or exclude the common word:

5 days & p1 & p:Biz

14 days & @work & !p:Biz


Oliver Steinmeier  premium
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 14:50 UTC

Thank you, David!

Martin Bory
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 14:52 UTC

(+1) It took a loooooong time, but great job guys! This gives a whole new meaning to using Labels. Thank you! Martin

Trish Putnam
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 16:01 UTC

Outstanding news! Thanks, Todoist!

Trish Putnam
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 17:55 UTC

One comment - now that we have this option (and it's good to have!) the next step to improve would be to be able to filter at the master project level - for example, I have Project X, and it has sub-projects Project 1, Project 2, Project 3. Ideally, if I use p:X & 7 days, it would (perhaps optionally?) show me the tasks due from projects 1, 2 and 3.

Since there's no apparent actual parent-child association between a project and sub-projects at this point, that may not be feasible, but it's something that should be considered, I think.

roam  premium
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 17:58 UTC

Thanks for getting this implemented. I'm sure you have a ton of requests in your backlog. This one was very important for my workflow, so thanks again!! (+1) :-)

Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 18:05 UTC

AWESOME! I can't wait to give this some serious use!

Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 19:17 UTC

Wonderful news! Now I can truly integrate Todoist into my workflow. Thank you.

Laura H
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 20:39 UTC

Whoohoo! Thank you for implementing this!

Want to echo Trish and the request that filtering by project INCLUDE Sub-Projects.

I set up my system based on the thought that I would eventually be able to filter by a parent project and that would include all the sub projects.

I have a top level project "Active" and my active projects individually underneath it. Similarly, a top level project "Someday/Maybe". I was hoping to be able to filter to view all tasks tagged @computer and p:ACTIVE. (As a GTD user, I was hoping to use this to generate next actions lists, viewing all active tasks.)

Stefan Kohler
Replied on Aug 01, 2014 - 21:49 UTC

This is awesome news. Thanks Todoist Team!

Ola Forsstrom-Olsson  premium
Replied on Aug 03, 2014 - 06:51 UTC

This is great news, thank you David. I renewed my subscription straight away!

Søren Bjørnsgaard Kristensen  premium
Replied on Aug 04, 2014 - 19:13 UTC

Great feature. +1 vote for the mobile implementation too :-)

Andy Barton  premium
Replied on Aug 10, 2014 - 11:52 UTC

Great seems to work nicely - Thanks David

David Trey  staff
Replied on Aug 19, 2014 - 11:43 UTC


We have now modified the project search option so the p: syntax will now also include sub-projects.


Laura H
Replied on Aug 19, 2014 - 18:31 UTC


* Smiles,*
* Laura*

Soledad  premium
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 07:34 UTC

"We have now modified the project search option so the p: syntax will now also include sub-projects. "
It's not working like that for me.
With the search : "(auj, retard) & p:Pro", I only have the tasks in projects named *Pro*, but none of the sub-projects.

Clyde Romo  staff
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 07:42 UTC

Hi Soledad,

What that meant was that it should return all projects/sub-projects with the word "Pro" in it. As a workaround, you can put a keyword in your project names so you can use that to search for the tasks that belong to it. For example, I can use [biz] keyword on my projects names and then use it to search for those tasks (p:biz).

Project name [biz]
---- Sub-project 1 [biz]
---- Sub-project 2 [biz]

This workaround is explained in detail here: https://todoist.com/Support/show/29114/?section=inbox#comment_124227


Soledad  premium
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 08:00 UTC

Ok! I thought David Trey said that "p:" uses now the relation between child and parent projects. But this is not what it means.
So I have to modify my professionnal (adding for example [Pro] at all projects *and* their childrens) to separate them of my personal projetcs, if I understand correctly. Ok.

Soledad  premium
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 08:13 UTC

Nope, the new filter works with child projects without modifying their name. My filter "(auj, retard) & p:Pro" didn't show the sub-projects only because I didn't refresh my todoist page for a long time (so my version was previous to the last modification). I don't know if I am clear (English is not my native language), but I don't need to add something to the name of my projects.
If I have Project X, and it has sub-projects Project 1, Project 2, Project 3. "p:X & 7 days" show me the tasks due from projects 1, 2 and 3. That's perfect.

Clyde Romo  staff
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 08:36 UTC


Can you tell me what you're trying to do with "(auj, retard)"? I may be able to give you an alternative filter to get the tasks that you're looking for.


Soledad  premium
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 10:14 UTC

"auj" is today and "retard" is late, in French.
Like I said in my last post, everything works perfectly, so I don't need any alternative filter. My problem was because I didn't actualise my version of todoist in my web browser, so the modification announced by David Trey on Aug 19, 2014 - 06:43 wasn't effective for me when I wrote my first post. Thank you for your concern. ;)

Trish Putnam
Replied on Aug 21, 2014 - 16:41 UTC

Project filter including sub-projects works perfectly so far! Thanks, Team!

girlfriday  premium
Replied on Sep 09, 2014 - 02:20 UTC

does this new work around work with just a general search as well?

For instance:
the ability to search for all items containing the word "tax" under a certain client (project)?

if I have to check if something has been done, it'd be nice to search this way, rather than combing through the one clients completed items, or doing an unnarrowed search on "tax" and getting the phone book.

I am new to todoist, and am currently in the trial period for business. I'm assuming that when I start actually assigning tasks through this system to other people, particularly people who work remotely, being able to search for tasks and their status by client is going to be completely invaluable.

Clyde Romo  staff
Replied on Sep 09, 2014 - 10:07 UTC


I just test it and it should work. Here's the syntax that you should use (without the double quotes):

"p:project_name & keyword" where project_name could be any existing and active project in your account and keyword is the term that you're looking for.

I suggest you give it a go and see if it works the way you expect it to. Let me know if you have any other questions regarding this.


Taylor Meek
Replied on Sep 18, 2014 - 17:20 UTC


This works great. One caveat I've run into, that this only works with projects that don't have spaces in their names. For example, I can search for p:Shopping, but none of the following syntaxes work: p:Recurring Tasks (search resolves as p:Recurring), p:"Recurring Tasks", p:Recurring_Tasks, p:RecurringTasks, p:Recurring-Tasks

Besides renaming projects, do you have any recommendations?


David Trey  staff
Replied on Sep 18, 2014 - 19:01 UTC

Hello Taylor,

Unfortunately, that's indeed not supported yet, we'll consider adding such option in the future, though. The best workaround for now would be to group such searches, based on your example, to see tasks due today in a project called "Recurring Tasks", you'd have to search for:

today & (p:Recurring & p:Tasks)


Terena Semmler  premium
Replied on Sep 20, 2014 - 00:07 UTC

Hi David,

Great news about the searching by projects and labels! :-)

One question though, how do I find out about these changes as they happen? I only found this by searching through the Todoist Support section again. Is there a central place you list these changes?


Brendon Wadey  staff
Replied on Sep 20, 2014 - 01:54 UTC


Social media and Todoist.com/blog :)


Terena Semmler  premium
Replied on Sep 20, 2014 - 03:02 UTC


Thanks for that. I'll keep a closer eye on the blogs and Facebook, though I couldn't find this particular change - may have missed it. Anyhow, very excited with this update!


Miroslav Pecka  premium
Replied on Sep 25, 2014 - 18:57 UTC

+1 for project based filters. - crucial for me

Any expectactation if/when this feature will be added?

David Trey  staff
Replied on Sep 25, 2014 - 19:01 UTC

Hello Miroslav,

It's already there :-) The syntax is p: for example:

today & p:Work

7 days & !p:Home

It's only available on the web for now, but we're adding it to our mobile apps. Then we'll also announce it properly.


Taylor Meek
Replied on Sep 25, 2014 - 19:04 UTC


>> It's only available on the web for now

It also works on the OSX app, and it works great!


Replied on Oct 14, 2014 - 10:46 UTC


It properly works on OSX!


Mallory Mahoney
Replied on Nov 04, 2014 - 17:42 UTC

+1! I want to be able to see all of my tasks for this week in my Work project space! I mostly use the Outlook app so would love to see this feature there.

Jeroen Quiros
Replied on Nov 10, 2014 - 10:35 UTC


Martin de Navacelle  premium
Replied on Dec 03, 2014 - 15:40 UTC


utku  premium
Replied on Dec 04, 2014 - 19:15 UTC

+1 this should be very simple to implement

Tobias Johansson  premium
Replied on Dec 10, 2014 - 09:28 UTC


Yannick  premium
Replied on Dec 16, 2014 - 22:36 UTC


Sam Devaney
Replied on Jan 16, 2015 - 12:31 UTC

Another simple thing that will never get implemented. I won't using Todoist any more. 30 full time employees, what do they actually do?

Alex Brown  premium
Replied on Jan 26, 2015 - 01:22 UTC

so many people requesting this feature, absolutely nothing done about it. many, many threads about this feature, too!

David Louis
Replied on Jan 26, 2015 - 03:57 UTC


Replied on Jan 31, 2015 - 11:54 UTC


Annie Pearson  premium
Replied on Mar 08, 2015 - 01:05 UTC

Please Please Please add the ability to search/Filter within a task - craaaazy that we can't - we also need to be able to search 'completed tasks' within a project for history sack. Anything done about this or in the pipeline???? Plllllllllllease would be a beautiful addition

Annie Pearson  premium
Replied on Mar 08, 2015 - 01:08 UTC

Re: David Trey STAFF response.
I don't think this searches completed tasks within the project, nor does it search or filer text within a tasK???? Does it???? Yet????

Replied on Sep 25, 2014 - 19:01 UTC
Hello Miroslav,

It's already there The syntax is p: for example:

today & p:Work

7 days & !p:Home

Daniel Kirk  premium
Replied on May 05, 2015 - 23:48 UTC

In need of same feature. I need to filter by priority within a project. May cancel my premium subscription and look for a better tool.

Oliver Steinmeier  premium
Replied on May 19, 2015 - 16:45 UTC

My Premium membership seems to have expired. Dear Todoist... wanna give me a reason to renew? ;)

Galina Skovorodnikova  staff
Replied on May 19, 2015 - 16:52 UTC

Hi Oliver,

Please clarify which exact feature you are missing?


Dylan Eiler  premium
Replied on May 19, 2015 - 16:54 UTC

For what it is worth, it looks like the big Android update that allegedly contains the ability to filter within projects, is set to be released in June.


Timothy Kist  premium
Replied on Sep 03, 2015 - 13:33 UTC

I would love, love, love to see this feature in it!

Fab service, guys!