Yes, that definitely is!
I'll take this also as a reminder to go through all the app options again :)
Thank you!


On Friday, April 13, 2018 at 11:19:33 AM UTC+3, MOK | MATSURU wrote:
>
> Dear Domas,
>
>   In MLO android, Settings>General Settings>Quick Date selections
>
> Change due date → start date
>
> If you frequently set bort start & due date, then choose "Do Not Open any 
> date"
>
> Hope this is helpful :-)
>
> On 12 April 2018 at 16:01, Domas <domas.vo...@gmail.com <javascript:>> 
> wrote:
>
>> Yes, hold menu does give some useful shortcuts (I'm particularly using it 
>> to add Contexts and to Delete tasks). However its Date button means "Due 
>> date", which I'm not using very much. There's now way of setting it up to 
>> launch "Start date". Maybe that's slightly different on Android, I'm not 
>> sure.
>> Thanks anyway!
>>
>>
>> On Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 11:04:28 PM UTC+3, Stéph wrote:
>>>
>>> Though MLO does have the problem of a lot of taps to do some frequent 
>>> adjustments, there's often more than one way to do things. For your example 
>>> (in iOS, so I guess it's similar for Android), you don't have to swipe 
>>> left. Instead, you can tap and hold on a task, which brings up a menu of 
>>> frequently edited parameters, including a quicker link to edit the dates. 
>>> The advantage is it takes you straight into edit mode, rather than having 
>>> to view and then tap edit.
>>>
>>> Hope that's helpful, if you didn't already know about the tap-and-hold 
>>> menu.
>>>
>>> Stéphane
>>>
>>> On Tuesday, 10 April 2018 06:55:11 UTC+1, Domas wrote:
>>>>
>>>> As a side note the Android app suffers a lot from this problem (too 
>>>> many clicks to complete things).
>>>> As an example, when I'm using Inbox (Google's email app) I can delay 
>>>> tasks with two clicks:
>>>>
>>>>    1. slide the item to the side
>>>>    2. select the desired time.
>>>>    
>>>> In MLO I'm using *Start Date* to indicate that task should be started 
>>>> working on.
>>>> To delay the MLO task:
>>>>
>>>>    1. slide to the left to see the options
>>>>    2. click anywhere to start edit mode
>>>>    3. click Start Date to start dates editing mode
>>>>    4. click Start Date to display calendar
>>>>    5. select the date (very inconvenient, no possibility to have 
>>>>    predefined dates/times)
>>>>    6. click Ok
>>>>    7. click Save
>>>>    8. click Done
>>>>    9. click Back
>>>>
>>>> Amazing. If I would like to select the time, it's even more clicks.
>>>> This completely undermines the use of this functionality within the app.
>>>>
>>>> On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 6:02:01 PM UTC+3, Stéph wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> I agree with you, Domas. People have systems with varying complexity. 
>>>>> My goal is to use as few parameters as possible, to minimize the time I 
>>>>> spend clicking an editing tasks and to maximize the time I have for 
>>>>> actually doing those tasks. (Having said that, I do spend a lot of time 
>>>>> writing a lot of date-stamped notes, so that I can look back and see how 
>>>>> a 
>>>>> project or task developed.)
>>>>>
>>>>> Stéphane
>>>>>
>>>>> On Friday, 30 March 2018 06:28:11 UTC+1, Domas wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> I agree here. 
>>>>>> That's the reason why my use of Importance/Urgency is very limited in 
>>>>>> MLO - it's too complicated to change it quickly.
>>>>>
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