Sort + Filter

What is it?

Any.do helps you effectively manage your tasks, by allowing you to easily arrange them in a preferred order or hierarchy. In the Task View you can sort your tasks by time, list or tag. Any.do’s new navigation offers new shortcuts, and designated views, helping you to boost your productivity to the max!

Who has access?

How does it work?

  • Sort tasks by ‘Time’ to view all tasks with similar due dates together.
  • Sort tasks by ‘List’ to view all tasks for a specific project together.
  • Filter your tasks by Color Tags.
  • You can re-order tasks manually, by dragging and dropping them into any order you like.

To sort tasks by Time/ List

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Tap on the menu on the top right corner of your list.
  2. Select Sort
  3. Choose between ‘Time’ sorting and ‘List’ sorting.

✔️ Web/ Windows/ Mac

  1. Click on the menu  next to the list’s title. 
  2. Next to “Sort by” tap on “Time” or “List”.

You may also choose to view your lists/ time categories in a single column or multiple columns from under the same menu. 


To filter tasks by tag

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Open the Task View.
  2. Tap on the 3 dots icon for the top right corner.
  3. Tap on
  4. Select the tags.
  5. Tap “apply” to save.

Or 

  1. Open the Task View.
  2. Press home icon button on the top left corner of the Tasks View.
  3. Tap on   and underpick the tag you want to see.

To remove the filter by tag

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Open the Task View.
  2. Tap on
  3. Tap on “Reset” or “Clear filter”.

To navigate between lists/ shortcuts/ tag views

✔️ Android/ iOS

For full instructions see the Mobile App Navigation page.

✔️ Web/ Windows/ Mac

For full instructions see the Web and Desktop Navigation page.


To order tasks by single/multi-column display (desktop)

✔️ Web/ Windows/ Mac

  1. Click on the menu next to the list’s title. 
  2. Next to “View” tap on “Multi-column” or “Single-column”.

The Single-column option will display the Task Menu of the marked task. The Multi-column option will display the relevant lists’ titles when “Sort by” shows “List”, and the time categories (Today, Tomorrow…) when “Sort by” shows “Time”. 


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