Is there any progress on this? Any plans to implement it? This is for me
currently the biggest issue with MLO and I would very much support the
On Friday, 26 November 2010 13:19:48 UTC+1, chuckdevee wrote:
> This would be really useful for me. I have quite a few problems with
> the ordering in the ToDo views but get around most of these by being
> sparing about which tasks I enter a Due Date for.
> Most of the tasks I have, have some date which I'd LIKE to do them by,
> but if I enter this as the due date, as I used to, my task outline
> becomes very time-consuming as I am forever re-adjusting these due
> Now, I only really use a due date if a task HAS to be done by that
> date - otherwise, it goes in without any date and the Urgency/
> Importance criteria determines its order in the ToDo list. I'll use
> a Start Date if I don't want to think about starting the task until a
> specific date.
> So most of the tasks I have do not have Due dates, some have a Start
> Date and no Due date, some have Due dates but no Start date, and the
> rest have both Start dates and Due dates.
> So here's my problem, in order for a task to recur, it needs to have a
> start date and due date.
> And the recurrence time period is set with reference to the Due
> It would be helpful for me to allow tasks without any dates to recur
> without any dates.
> It would also be helpful to allow tasks with only a start date to
> recur with reference to the Start date and leave these tasks without
> any Due date.
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