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How to show all tasks in sub-project on mobile app

In the web version, we can see an arrow in front of a project if it contains some sub-projects an i can click it to hide/show them. Besides, when i click this project, it will list all tasks and sub-project tasks belongs to it. But, in the iOS version, when I choose a project, I can only see tasks directly belongs to it, not including the sub-project tasks. It seems that the only way to find the relationship of projects is the indent.

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David Trey  staff
Replied on Mar 20, 2014 - 13:50 UTC


Unfortunately, that's not possible in the iOS app right now, but we'll consider adding it in future updates.

Best regards,

Will Zahra  premium
Replied on Sep 18, 2015 - 06:17 UTC

This is pretty poor - and it's a deal breaker for me. I was about to
subscribe, too.

How can it not be 'possible' for iOS (and Android, for that matter - it
doesn't show on the Android app, either)? I don't see any reason why after
18 months from the above request, this critical feature hasn't been added.

Why would I want to create a sub project, add tasks to that project, and
then not want to see them on a mobile app - of course I would want to see