I really appreciate the keyboard-centric approach of Checkvist! And I have a suggestion how moving tasks could be improved even further.
I often have to move a task out of its parent into one of the parent’s siblings. Of course I can do this by using the ctrl-up/ctrl-down shortcuts. But if the parent contains lots of tasks and the task to move is not at the top or bottom of these tasks, I have to press ctrl-up/ctrl-down very often. It would be very convenient if there was an additional pair of shortcuts that would allow jump-moving a task (including its sub-tasks) directly to the top of the tasks of the parent’s previous/next sibling. I suggest ctrl-left/ctrl-right for such shortcut (ctrl-pageUp/ctrl-pageDown, which might seem a more natural choice, is apparently already used for switching tabs in most browsers).
Hopefully such additional feature would not be too difficult to implement.
What do you think?