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Future task dates being changed by system from 2014 to 2015

GE

I have noticed that on several occasions, I will open a task that I had set for a date in 2014 and found that the due date has changed to a date in 2015. This is definitely a problem. I am mostly observing this on iOS. I access my ToDoist from iPad, iPhone and Web primarily. Most of the time I notice this problem when I access on iPad. I am using the latest iOS (7.1) and the most recent version of the app on iPad and iPhone. Anyone else have this problem?

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Clyde Romo staff
Replied on Mar 30, 2014 - 19:02 UTC

Hi Gregory,

Can you please tell me which version of the iOS App your using?

Regards,

Clyde

GE
Gregory Elms premium
Replied on Mar 31, 2014 - 00:47 UTC

Dear Clyde;

I am using iOS 7.1 and Todoist 8.1.1 (11767). This issue also appeared under prior versions of iOS 7 so I don’t believe it is iOS version related.

Here is an example. I have a task which is currently set for March 30 (yesterday). I want to update it to “today”. When I go to edit it, the only date displayed is “Mar 30”. If I click on the calendar icon within edit, the date that shows up in the date roll is “Mon, March 30 2015” instead of “Mon, March 30, 2014”. To correct this I have to accept the 2015 date and then edit it again to select “today”. This happens with every task which I have that was dated yesterday.

Yes, I could just press the “today” button to update the task, and that works. But if I want to change the due date just a few days into the future, the calendar roll is starting one year in the future, rather than around the current date. It takes a long time to scroll the calendar roll back to the current date.

Hope this additional information helps you replicate the problem.

Best, Greg

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David Trey staff
Replied on Mar 31, 2014 - 12:13 UTC

Hello Greg,

This issue has been fixed in version 8.2 coming soon.


Best regards,
David