Automatic populating of My Day
I have several Lists each with numerous actions. I assign Due Dates to each action. Every day I have to troll through all my actions and Add to My Day on all those actions which are due today. It would save an awful lot of time if an algorithm could be devised by Microsoft which automatically registers those actions due today in My Day
For now, you should be able to see the tasks that are due today in your “Planned” smartlist under the “Today” bucket.
I remove a due date (today) in one of my tasks but it won't disappear from My Day list. It's kind of confusing for me that I have to manually remove that task from My Day.
Peter Hoffmann commented
If I create a task with date in futur e.g. into folder to-do, I would expect the automatic transfer of the task into folder "My day" on the specified day.
The moment, a task is linked to a date, and that day is or becomes "today" then it should appear automatically in the "My Day" section - just as it was in Wunderlist with the "Today" list which was also connected to the dates.
Yes this is what I want. Now I have to wait till midnight to plan my day for tomorrow.
Kaloyan Stoyanov commented
I feel I should have more control over this - maybe implement as a feature that you can turn on/off?
Automatically add unfinished to dos with today's due date to My Day.
Now you have to manually add through the lightbulb.
It seems fairly logical that things that are due today and are unfinished need to be done tjat specific day.
The having to tap the lightbulb and adding tasks to your day seems like an unnecessary extra step. If they are automatically added, I can see ehat I need to do in the widget as soon as I look at my phone instead of maybe 3 days later when I recall that I haven't used the lightbulb the last few days.
Give the option to turn "My Day" into smart list of due and overdue items.
I would prefer to set tasks for a given day before that day begins. So having a "Tomorrow" tab that becomes "My Day", or just a date picker to assign tasks to would be great.