Hi,
I use the task list feature a lot (especially research). It would be great
to have it implemented (either by default or through line sorter).
Would it be better to integrate it into the line-sorter plugin than a
standalone one?
Would it be possible to also organize hierarchies within task lists - say
moving a task to a place where the task is higher up would also indent it
likewise? Since this step should involve indenting more, less depending on
the relative position it should be easy to implement? What are your
thoughts on this? This really helps when you have too many sub-tasks.


On 16 October 2016 at 15:46, Johannes Kirschner <m...@johannes-kirschner.de>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I recently started to use zim to organize my research activity, and I like
> it a lot!
>
> Besides the note taking I am using the checkbox feature to set the goals
> for a day or a week, but as things go I often end up reordering todos or
> moving points to another day. That's why I am missing a shortcut to move a
> line up or down (I use Strg+Up/Down) which is much faster than a
> select-cut-paste.
>
> I have implemented the feature in a new branch. Do you think this is a
> feature of wider interest? I would be happy to prepare the branch for
> merging. Regarding the implementation, should this go in the main code or
> as a separate plugin, similar to the line-sorter plugin (or even as part of
> the line-sorter plugin)?
>
> Best,
> Johannes
>
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