hit "Alt-Enter" twice.
It is convenient.
在 2017年7月24日星期一 UTC+8上午12:07:59，Dwight写道：
> On 7/22/2017 11:02 PM, Rong Li wrote:
> That's fantastic, I didn't know this feature. In fact, I indeed read the
> clips related to ALT-Enter in user manual before, but my English is not
> good enough so didn't understand at that time. Thanks so much.
> On Sat, Jul 22, 2017 at 1:49 PM, Dwight wrote:
> Hi, Rong. Do you have MLO on Windows? If so, you can enter "Call Bob about
> the party tomorrow at 3pm remind 10 min in advance" in the "New Task
> In:..." of MLO-Android widget, and it will create a task where everything
> you typed goes into the task caption, no parsing. Then, you can wait until
> the new task synchs with Windows, then go to Windows, select the task,
> click at the END of the caption and hit Alt-Enter. the task is parsed, the
> coding at the end of the task is clipped off, the start and due times are
> set for tomorrow 3:00pm and the reminder is set for tomorrow 2:50pm.
> On Friday, July 21, 2017 at 4:16:46 AM UTC-4, Rong Li wrote:
>> I tried to input "Call Bob about the party tomorrow at 3pm remind 10 min
>> in advance" in the "New Task In:..." of MLO-Android widget, NOT work.
>> Just want to know, support it or not support now?
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