This issue is EXTREMELY frustrating.
If you are using an Active tasks view, is there really no good way to move
to the *next* task on your list, after you have moved your task's Start
I more or less live in an Active tasks view, and I use Start Date a LOT to
move tasks off my list.
e.g. Alt+S, 3, D, Enter
... would move a task off my Active tasks view for 3 days. But how do I get
back to the next task?
On Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 2:15:08 AM UTC, grizz wrote:
> not directly to next task but, you can use alt+1 and then arrow down.
> ― grizz
> W dniu środa, 7 lutego 2018 13:50:26 UTC+1 użytkownik John . Smith napisał:
>> When you are in an Active view, after you have just made a task no longer
>> Active, without using my mouse, how do you get focus on to the next task
>> in your list?
>> When looking at an "Active tasks" view, I am in the habit of "kicking
>> tasks into the future" using just the keyboard. For example I might move
>> the Start Date 3 days into the future by doing Alt/S 3 D. This works well.
>> My problem is that when I do this, the current task (quite correctly)
>> disappears from current view and this means that no task on the current
>> view is selected. Whereas my workflow is that I am working my way down my
>> list of tasks, and so what I want to happen is to go to the NEXT task in my
>> Is there any way to go to the *next* task in my list just by using my
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