Recently I started to manage more “things” in Checkvist and for this, I created many lists.
But… I was expected to have a “due” view for my list A without tasks of list B and vice versa (splitting personal and professional worlds).
To do this, there are many ways (thank you Kirill), but they are not optimal in my opinion:
- in the list, filter on “due:any” => but things are not sorted chronologically
- tag a list with a dedicated tag, then in “due” view, enable “group by list” setting and finally, filter on “#dedicatedTag” => almost perfect, but for each time box, the tasks are grouped in a node with the list name
I would like to suggest a new feature to answer to this need, but I would like to have your opinion before.
I see 2 ways to have this feature:
- add a new “list:xxx” filter
- add the possibility to get the “due” view for a list
- I could also be solved with this feature
- add a filter “parentTag:xxx” (camelCase, snake_case? You don’t have any of them for now, so it’s just a proposal here, one or the other would be OK for me)
Personally, I would prefer the first one or last one because it wouldn’t overload tasks with parent tags (proposal 3) and (unlike proposal 2) it would leave the ability to mix tasks of many lists if the OR feature was implemented in the future…
What do you think about this please? Does it seem relevant? Do you see other ways to use this feature?