The fact it is not built around dates is what made me use Doris in the first place. Recording the date that a task was created/completed would be beneficial as it would help me analyse progress on lists but having to assign completion dates would turn it into a mini project management tool which many ToDo list apps have tried to do and failed.
Keeping it simple is it's selling point.
in Doris ‘top’ means ‘top priority’. It saves a button
So if I want to enter a list of things to do I should think of the last thing I need to do first? Or do you expect that users will not want to enter more than one item?
By using 'top is top priority' that means the last thing I think of is the most important.
This is a very interesting idea, we hadn’t thought of this, ie your next step suggestion. We’ll definitely take a look at it – thanks!
Agreed, being able to add sub tasks will make larger tasks more manageble and easier to see progress