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Upcoming

If you use the Jedi-like techniques of Maxim Dorofeev or GTD, or chaos management, or any other planning technology, then you probably open the Upcoming folder regularly to make sure that you have scheduled the necessary tasks for the next week or month and there is nothing unnecessary there. But even if you do not use any special techniques, and just want to do important things on time, you should view Upcoming time after time to ‘keep your finger on the pulse’ of your daily routine :)

Upcoming grouped by sections

By default, it displays grouping by sections, this is the very first tab with a  list   icon. When this tab is selected, the title bar reads Upcoming, and tasks are grouped in the following order:

  • «Today»;
  • «Tomorrow»;
  • a special section for each day of the next two weeks;
  • a special section for each month of the current year;
  • a general section for the next year.

Left click and hold a task and you can easily drag it within a section and from one section to another. Also, in the sections, tasks can be sorted in ascending or descending order, by priority, you can also apply smart sorting.

Upcoming grouped by tabs

Next to the tab with the list   icon there is a tab with the star   icon — these are tasks of the Today folder. It displays only the tasks to be completed. Archived tasks are not displayed on the Upcoming tabs. When this tab is selected, the title of the window shows the current day of the week and date.

To the right of the star, there is a tab for each date. A dot next to a tab name means that you have tasks for this date. When the date tab is selected, you will see this date and day of the week in the title bar. You can navigate through the tabs using the arrows on the keyboard, you can scroll the date using the arrow icons   and   to the right of the tabs.

You can quickly open any date through the calendar in the upper toolbar.

The calendar window opens by clicking on the calendar   icon.

In the calendar, dates with scheduled tasks are marked with dots. If you click on any date in the calendar, you will go to Upcoming, and the date tab will open next to Today.

Tasks can be moved from tab to tab by drag & drop. Just left click and hold the task and drag it to the desired tab.