New Opportunity for App Users: Filtering Tasks
SingularityApp users and Maxim Dorofeev personally asked us to add this feature. And here it is! Flexible and convenient task filters are already in SingularityApp!
A useful filter if you need to quickly find a task in the list of all tasks, but you do not remember its specific date.
It shows all no-due-date tasks. It is useful when scheduling for a daily or weekly revision if you don’t want to miss out anything important.
It shows a list of all tasks from the Someday section.
It is convenient when you need to see what you already did yesterday (or, on the contrary, did not have time and overdue everything).
It is useful for complex filtering and if you did not like the Today folder :)
It shows tasks due tomorrow (from the current date). You can filter them in the morning or even in the evening of the current date — the filter will show tasks due tomorrow (from 12 am to 11:59 pm). It is useful if you need to see your plans for the next day and add a new task to the list. For example, you are asked to meet tomorrow night and you must immediately decide whether to agree or not.
It shows tasks due next week. You filter on Monday, you will see tasks from next Monday to Sunday. If you filter on Saturday, you will still see tasks from next Monday to Sunday. It is a convenient option for weekly planning that can replace the usual calendar with a single list of tasks and will help you take care of your plans for the week ahead in advance.
It shows tasks due next month. If you filter on May 1, you will see the tasks for June. If you filter on any other day in May, you will also see tasks for June :) Monthly planning is now available in just 2 clicks!
If you need to see the tasks of the previous period, set the filter by date to previous number of days and the list of all these tasks will appear in the blink of an eye — very easy! You can see a list of tasks for any number of previous days: from 1 to 365. You can look into the near and distant future as well: either 2 days ahead or a year. Just install the slider on the desired figure.
You can view completed or uncompleted tasks — they will be shown in a single to-do list.
For a long time, users wanted to find templates of repeating tasks easily. Now, thanks to filtration, it can be done in 2 clicks.
You can filter all canceled tasks if you accidentally canceled some of them, and do not want to look for them in the application for a long time.
As we mentioned above, you can also find archived and deleted tasks with the right filter configuration, Now let’s see how it works. Just choose 'archived' status and the archived to-do list will appear right away. Filtering is more convenient than the Archive section — when using the filter, you can see the tasks in a compact list instead of a large list of archived tasks sorted by months and years.
Moreover, you can even view the tasks of archived projects that are always hidden in the Archive section on a separate tab.
The best thing is that this type of filtering can combine different options like in filtering by project and tag. Do you want to find all the deleted from the archive tasks? Here you go. Do you want to see uncompleted canceled tasks? In no time!
Do you want to view high priority tasks due next week? Or you need to find archived tasks with any priority level for the last 90 days? Would you like to check how many tasks were completed in the last week? That’s easy! Configure the filtering as you need and — the icing on the cake — save the filter configuration in your Favorites to get quick access.
How to add a filter to favorites
- Configure the filtering parameters as you want.
- Under the list of parameters, click the Add to Favorites tab.
- Add the filter’s name.
- That’s it — the filter you need will always be at hand!
- for having the needed list of tasks at hand: unfulfilled urgent tasks or archived tasks from the last week — whatever you believe is important to you;
- for effective regular planning — create lists of important tasks for the next 3−5 days, a week or a month and check them in two clicks; they will always be relevant for the current date;
- for viewing tasks with different priorities so as not to forget anything important and urgent;
- for finding tasks with different tags quickly and view them in a convenient list;
- for making retrospectives more convenient; if you need to look into the past either a week or a year before to see what was done and what was not.
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