PS Now my problem is how can I set a task to be dependent on another task
using keyboard shortcuts/hotkeys?
Alt+6 seems to toggle open the Dependencies area on the right of the
screen, but that's all I can find!
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 4:05:43 PM UTC+1, John . Smith wrote:
> Wait, I may have solved my own question.
> Although I still cant work out how to show all tasks which are dependent a
> particular other task, if I create an Advanced filter with a value of
> HasDependancy is True, this seems to work in that it shows all tasks that
> are dependent on at least one other task.
> In my defence I previously attempted to create exactly that view, but for
> some reason it wasn't working!
> On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 3:50:01 PM UTC+1, John . Smith wrote:
>> Is there any way to create a view that shows (just) all tasks which are
>> dependent on something?
>> Or better yet show all tasks which are dependent on a specific task?
>> I am trying create a list of tasks that are in effect in an action status
>> of "Later/Soon".
>> i.e. I want such tasks to disappear off the "Active/Do ASAP" view.
>> I am already using "Hide the branch in To-do" for my "Someday/Maybe" list
>> which is huge and I want another place to temporarily park tasks.
>> I do not want to use time to move them back as this would interfere with
>> my other lists (e.g. Waiting and Sheduled)
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