Alex Jenter 8 years ago • updated 7 years ago • 4
idea by ChrisCN:
- indent and outdent the current line (regardless of where the cursor is)
- move the current line up and down (to reorder the list)
- collapse and expand (to keep an overview over long lists)
- delete whole line (as an alternative to strike through)
- clever shortcut support for all those functions so you are not interrupted in your writing/brainstroming flow
- every line has a checkbox to mark it as done
- all subtask inherit the 'done' status
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@Alex: thanks for adding my request
The original discussion can be found here: http://cintanotes.com:8082/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2072&p=10520#p10512
I want to emphasize that this request is not tied to task management but is related to structuring information in general. It can be used to build task lists with subtasks but it can also be used for brainstorming, planning and similar things.
Thanks for this addition, Chris!
I would like to have PC-Outline formatting. PCOutline 3.34 is still out there, (pre-Grandview days).
Editing, one could break a line into a child or parent, and most-important, change the "numbering" style on the fly with A, A.1, A.2, A.2.i to I, I.A,II.A.b, etc.
Pictures of PC-outline at
Foldout from excessivelyproductive.com/Home.aspx is the only thing I can find that is similar in single-page, differential item numbering.
Wow that must be a granddaddy of all outliners ;) Thanks for your interesting comment, Bill!