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When I go to print my nicely filtered and sorted list, the second screen that pops open to be printed separates the todo's by dates - which entirely renders my custom sort (by priority) useless. What's more frustrating is that the dates by which the todos are sorted aren't even correct. They're old dates that have been deleted. In other words, when you look at my todo list for today: there are no dates and tasks are sorted by high, medium, low using the flags. When I hit the print button, Chrome opens a new tab that it prints from and my todo's are no longer in priority sort and are separated by random dates.

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David Trey  staff
Replied on May 07, 2014 - 16:58 UTC

Hello Christy,

Please tell me, what's the exact filter you're using? What's typed into the search bar at the top when you try to print the list?

Also, please note that it it's a date-based view, reordering tasks can only be done within the same priority group and only tasks with no due times can be reordered.

Best regards,