Weekly view for To-Do
"My day" panel is really useful, but we also need look and have present always our week goals. The possibility bump all our to-dos help to declutter our mind, but this doesn't have sense if we can't organize or order them. So by this reason think is necesary a week view or a monthly view, even a more especific dayly view (maybe by hour or by morning/afternoon/night) could be really productive.
Brett McKay talk about this topic in this video
This week we’re rolling out a brand new Planned list on Android (version 2.17) which gives you a 7 day week view. You can view the tasks by day or by list.
It will be coming soon to other platforms.
I agree and add further that I would like the ability to view all tasks on a master list until they are completed.
Need a “upcoming tab” so I can preview a week in advance broke down by day.
Also calendar features so I can take my dates task to put in a calendar for clients to view the project schedule
A simple To-Do List would have made this app great. Task title and bullet points to-do or numerical to-do and status update. This app is complicated.
Would be nice to be able to copy/paste a task. This would allow to create templates (with multiple steps, predetermined comments and notes) for reassuring tasks and simply copy/paste from a template and populated new data as needed
vivek maskara commented
Under the "Planned" list I have an option to click on Today, tomorrow, this week etc. When I click on this week and then add a task I expect that the due date would be set to the end of the week and not today.
It would be great to have more controls in the planned section.
Matthew So commented
This "planned" list is not sufficient. It doesn't have the same layout as wunderlist where it said "Monday", "Tuesday", etc. I don't list Microsoft To-Do compared to Wunderlist.
This example in life tells me that money talks. You guys bought your competitor, and you kept your bad product Microsoft To Do. Wunderlist was so much better, and it was free. I hate the fact that money is more important than the product. Thanks Microsoft!
Hillary Einziger commented
When will this be available on the desktop and iPhone versions of the app? I'm making a series of videos for my students about how to keep organized, and this is a feature that I'd really recommend they use if it were actually there.
In the Planned section, the week dates increments by each passing day - this doesn't makes sense. Is there a way around this?
is it possible to have a column-weekly task view?
Too much complexity for entries.
The whole process of setting up a task is much too complicated. And once it is set, it just gets lumped together with tasks already completed. I would prefer the daily to do list show only today's tasks. Future tasks should be put on another screen identified by date and time.
When is this nice feature will be implemented on the desktop version of the App ? : )
Roll out in 2030?
top 3 items to be done for the day?
Kreera House commented
The overdue tasks in the Planned view need to be broken up choronologically just like the future due dates are. I would like to see a list of the tasks, that were due yesterday and this week instead of having them lumped in with tasks that may be years old. The current view of "Earlier" ("overdue" on Android) for everything that was due before today makes overdue tasks disappear into a black hole instead of emphasizing that they need follow up.
Planned list is also not designed very well. If a task is passed due, it automatically gets removed from the list. I do not believe the Microsoft developers understand how users organize their tasks. Neither My Day nor the Panned list should delete tasks that have not been completed yet.
wonder how much longer this will take?
Yeah we need that! Also a Timeline where u can see a Start and Endtime from a Task.
An own Tab for "Timeline".
Pikiw.pm or Meistertask has already those feature and it is truly amazing.
I wish it for microsoft todo!!
It is necessary that the app has reminders and that they can be shared with another outlook user