Nominated lists are a way to move completed tasks to another list automatically. Tap the sub list heading and select which list you would like your completed tasks to move to.
You can long press on a task to open a context menu to get the most used options quickly.
This app setting will move completed tasks to the bottom of the list no matter what sort option you have selected.
You can use Android's share feature to share text from any app to Tasks. When sharing text to Tasks a new task will be created.
Using the share button you can use Android's standard share feature to push a list to another app e.g. WhatsApp or a printer
The widget can display any list or filtered list viewable in Tasks. To change list tap the list icon
The widget can be resized to meet your needs:
Note when the widget is full width, date and times will be fully displayed.
See your tasks for a particular day. Navigate using the top buttons:
Tasks allows you to create a pinned shortcut to add a new task directly from your home screen. Note this is only available for Android 8.0+.
Tasks allows you to create a quick settings tile to add a new task directly from your notification area. Note this is only available for Android 7.0+.
The list widget makes it easy to navigate to a specific list quickly. It includes task totals (depending upon your sub list heading setting).
Add the list widget like you would any other (long press your home screen and select widgets). Drag the widget into place and tap to select a list. It can even be resized just like the main Tasks widget.
Tap the widget to navigate to the list. Note: for performance reasons if you have multiple sub lists you will be shown the first in the list.
If you are a Premium user all you data is safely and securely stored in the cloud. So follow the login flow to sync your data to your new device.
Alternativly if you have helped support Tasks with a donation or are a Premium user you can use the manual backup/restore feature in Tasks settings.
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