Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
I’d like to use Anytype for a daily todo list where I add and complete items daily. The number of total items can grow quite large after a few days/weeks. It would be nice if completed todo’s would automatically move to the bottom when they are completed.
Describe the solution you’d like
Completed todo’s in a todo list should move to the bottom of the list. Maybe the best way to achieve this behaviour would by a new object type…?
Describe alternatives you’ve considered
Google Keep and Standard Notes do this quite well. I’m qurrently using Standard Notes.
I think first we’ll have to see if tasks are an object that they add in the next update and see where we go from there. It might just work in a more sensible way.
@llego yeah I agree. I’ve seen this in standard notes and Evernote most recenty with their tasks feature.
I don’t see this as critical functionality but it does tap into productivity psychology to provide a nice visual sense of achievement for the user when they’ve completed a task.
@Inkqb nothing “not sensible” about the request. It’s a common design pattern to order and organise tasks (very important for information architecture), and provide a sense of completion (nice for the user).
Check boxes are not really “to dos” AFAIK, they’re kind of just “formatting”. The upcoming database/relations/collections, etc. are more likely to provide the functionality you want.
@Oshyan cool, i never really got what is meant by databases in Anytype. When people say databases, are they referring to object types?
@llego If you are familiar with Notion and its database functionality:
Something similar is coming to Anytype, but with probably more flexibility/power (at least in some ways). The terminology Anytype is using is a bit unclear to me still, but yes I think “objects” are part of this overall feature set of “databases”.