The List View

Focus on specific to-dos within a list

Updated over a week ago

The List View is your main display for personal tasks, helping you visualize and manage your todos by eliminating distractions and promoting a concentrated approach. The List View was designed to help you easily stay on top of your upcoming items, with various sorting, filtering and navigation options. Scroll down to learn how to customize the view for optimal productivity.

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πŸ› οΈ How does it work?

  • You can reorganize your tasks, as well as sort them by List/ Time, and export or print them individually.

  • The time sorting will divide the tasks into four categories: "Today," "Tomorrow," "Upcoming," and "Someday."

  • From the Home/ Navigation menu, you will be able to move to a different view.


πŸ—‚οΈ To launch a list view

πŸ“± iOS/ Android

  1. From the home menu

  2. Tap on the list title.

To exit the view tap on the home menu

πŸ’» Web/ Desktop

  1. From the Navigation pane on the left side of the screen.

  2. Click on the list title.


✏️ To edit a list title

πŸ“± Android/ iOS:

  1. Tap the Home button from the top left corner of any of your views.

  2. Tap on a list to open its full view.

  3. Tap the list's title at the top of the screen, or tap the 3 dots menu and choose "Rename".

  4. Edit the title and tap "Done" to save.

πŸ’» Web/ Desktop

  1. Open the navigation pane and select the list you wish to rename.

  2. From the list's view place your cursor on the title.

  3. Edit the title and click "Save".


πŸ–₯️ To change a list sorting/view

πŸ“± Android/ iOS

  1. From your Tasks View tap the three dots icon.

  2. Tap "Sort".

  3. Choose Timeline or List.

πŸ’» Web/ Desktop

  1. From your Tasks View tap the up and down arrows icon.

  2. Next to "Sort By" choose Timeline or List.

  3. You may also switch between Multi-Column and Single-Column.


⏳ Task-progression when sorting by Time

When sorting the List view by Time, users will see the following time categories:

  • Today - For personal-tasks scheduled for the current due, or overdue items.

  • Tomorrow - For personal-tasks scheduled for the next day.

  • Upcoming - For all other scheduled personal-tasks.

  • Someday - For personal-tasks without any due date or reminder associated.

The items will be added to each category according to the reminder settings you've added in each one.

You can also choose to add items directly to these categories for easy set up of due dates and reminders on the mobile apps:

πŸ“± Android/ iOS

  1. Tap on the + icon next to the category.

  2. Add your task accordingly.

  3. An auto-reminder will be set per the time category you've added to:

    1. Today - the task will get a reminder for the current day.

    2. Tomorrow - the task will get a reminder for the next day at 9AM.

    3. Upcoming - the task will get a reminder for the following week at 9AM.

    4. Someday - these items will remain without a reminder or due date.

πŸ’‘ On Web you can add personal-tasks directly under these time-categories by changing to the multi-column display and adding the items in each column. Be advised though that this will not add auto-reminders to your items.

Note: Auto-reminders are preset and cannot be customized. If you prefer adding your own reminders, you may simply add the tasks from the quick-add bar as normal.

As the task's due date/reminder approaches, the personal-tasks will move within the time-categories on the mobile app accordingly. For example, if you've set a task for the following week it will first display in the Upcoming section, until it's close to the deadline and will be moved to the Tomorrow category. On the due date exactly, it will move again to the Today section. All personal-tasks will move in the same way accordingly on the mobile apps.

Note: If you do not wish to see this progression on the mobile apps, you may simply switch to the List sorting instead.


βš™οΈ To view a list in multi or single-column

πŸ’» Web/ Desktop

  1. Open the 3 dots menu.

  2. Select the view single column or multiple columns from under the same menu.


πŸ‘€ Additional Task-Views

Viewing your tasks in a list form is a great option for zooming-into a specific category of your tasks. However, if you're looking for broader views, we highly recommend checking out the following views as well:



❌ To delete a list

πŸ“± Android/ iOS

  1. Tap the Home button from the top left corner of any of your views.

  2. Tap on a list to open its full view.

  3. Tap the three dots menu and choose "Delete" and confirm. This applies to standard lists only.

Note: After the deletion is confirmed, the list and all associated tasks will be removed immediately. There is no option to restore a deleted list.

πŸ’» Web/ Desktop

  1. Click on the three-dot icon next to your list's title.

  2. Choose 'Archive' and click 'Yes' in the confirmation screen.

  3. The list will be archived and all associated tasks will move to the Archived Tasks folder in your account's settings.

Note: After the deletion is confirmed, the list and all associated tasks will be removed immediately. There is no option to restore a deleted list.

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