What I really want is "hide the children - not the branch itself - from
To-Do"... but yes if I select all the children at once an apply that
condition it does the job.
Good suggestion - many thanks! :)
On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 3:20:12 AM UTC, MOK | MATSURU wrote:
> Have u tried "Hide the branch in To-Do" checkbox on the General properties
>> This is probably a stupid question but...
>> Is there anything I can do to stop MLO treating my child 'tasks' of a
>> (real-world) task as if they are Actionable actions?
>> i.e. I want a task which has children below it (i.e. a 'Parent' task) to
>> appear as if it itself is an Active Action, even though it does has
>> children tasks.
>> My problem is that I want to create a tick-list for a Task, but I want *the
>> Task itself* (rather than the first of the tick-list items) to appear in
>> my Active Actions view (which is 'flat' and non-hierarchical).
>> So is there any way to 'neutralise' certain child tasks and get MLO to
>> treat them as reference information (i.e. to basically ignore it from the
>> Active/Inactive logic)
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