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Bug: Task without a check box can be completed in the Android app anyway

When creating a task in the web app or windows app without a check box (like *taskname), these taks can be check off on the Android app anyway and will 'disappear' from the task list. All uncompleted tasks below will aslo be completed.

Additionally in the Android app you don't seen the difference between task with and taks without a check box. This type of tasks actually behaves like normal tasks in the Android app whihc is confusing and leads to errors.

I use this type of tasks as a kind of 'Sections' to group tasks belonging to a project.

Thanks for correcting this.


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David Trey  staff
Replied on Aug 28, 2014 - 10:33 UTC

Hello Pascal,

This is intended, we don't support the asterisk function since last year, it's no longer documented and we always recommend not to use it as it will not be supported across platforms.

As a workaround, please consider breaking down projects into sub-projects where a sub-project would work similarly as the "header" of a task list instead of a task with an asterisk :)