The "filter" input field in the tasklist also looks at the page name where
tasks are defined. So typing the page name of the project you want to focus
on should work.
No, at the moment sorting is purely based on prio and date. Have been
thinking about a mechanism to "pin" tasks on top. But to my mind this is
just another way to assign prio.
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 9:50 PM Christoph Held <kreisleri...@icloud.com>
> I may be overlooking something obvious but how do you guys focus on
> something in the task list? Ideally I would like to quickly focus on tasks
> relating to a certain project and make everything else disappear. For
> various reasons I keep everything in a single Zim file, so projects would
> be subbranches in the hierarchy for me. Is this possible?
> Related to it: Is it possible to directly move items up and down in the
> task list other than doing so indirectly by applying priority (Exclamation
> marks) etc until the desired order is reached?
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