An idea for collapsin the thougts easely is to do tiny arrows bigger (horizontally), all the space in the side of title of the thought. Or collapse doing double click on the right of the tittle.
Anoher option could be double click too in the tittle, using single click to midify the title, or adding a button to modify it.
... It's necessary collapse the thought more easely.
I think it would be nice if I do not need to select among all possible next actions, but only among a subset marked as "this week" during the weekly review.
With other words: In the weekly review I want to be able to mark "candidates" for tasks to be done in the upcoming week.
So I think a category "this week" between "today" and "next" would be a useful addition.
Finally i found the time to implement sub-projects. You can now configure a parent project for any project. The subprojects are now listed as a tree.
This feature has been added with beta version: V0.2.7.843.
I use wieldy for some plannings and other stuff .... works fine so far
but what i ve noticed, the time that wieldy needs to startup takes a long time ( est. 5-10 sec)
is it an common issuse from the net framework environment or is this the normal behavior from wieldy ?
Mainly this is a framework issue, or better said how Wieldy uses the framework. But there is a solution to speed up the startup time. I will try to fix that.
There are lots of other similar tools and if someone finds this as the best, it makes easier to export from old tool and import in Wieldy if you have lots of tasks and do not want to rewrite them by hand.
Is it possible to display the calendar view by day and/or by week? Or have a scroll bar on the monthly calendar to see the tasks lower down on the day?
In practice, you often need to start tasks long before they are due. E.g. "buy Christmas present" or "learn for examn" have fixed due dates, but you one better schedule them some days or weeks before.
Unfortunately the button will only appear after restart.
This is not really reflecting the strict GTD concept of a project and next actions. It should be possible to mark only one or several of the tasks in the project as "next actions", while the others are simply sitting there and do not show up in the "next actions" list because they are not relevant now.
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