If Pareto wasn’t lying, then in 80% cases you need only 20% of SingularityApp features. Let’s guess which ones. “Create new task”. “Today” folder. “Upcoming” folder. Quick search. Well, perhaps some kind of project. Widgets provide quick access to each one. Install them on your home screen and the folders and functions you need are always at hand
It is a widget that displays tasks from a selected folder or project. You may tick them directly in the widget without opening the application.
Open the widget panel.
To do this, press on an empty space on the work screen and keep pressing for a couple of seconds. You’ll see a menu. The menu looks different on different Android devices, for instance, like this:
Choose the Task List widget.
Customize the widget.
- From which folder to display tasks: “Today”, “Unallocated”, “Inbox” or from some project;
- Dark or light theme;
- Font size;
- What to display: names of tasks with or without details (dates, project names and whether the tasks have notes, checklists, passwords, tags, notifications and deadlines).
Choose a place on the home screen for the widget.
To do this, hold the widget and drag it across the screen. The widget can be stretched to fill the entire screen, or you can shrink it to occupy only part of your screen.
Fix the widget.
In the widget you can:
- change the folder from which tasks are displayed;
- add new tasks;
- mark tasks as completed.