How To: Use Intelligent Task Parsing - Priority

Modified on Thu, 17 Mar 2022 at 07:14 AM

 

Set a task priority by using exclamation symbols. The exclamation symbols and their corresponding qualifiers will be removed from the task title upon creation.


High Priority Examples (Creates a task titled "Pay the electricity bill" with a high priority):

  • !!! Pay the electricity bill
  • Pay the electricity bill !!!
  • !High Pay the electricity bill
  • !Hi Pay the electricity bill
  • !h Pay the electricity bill


Medium Priority Examples (Creates a task titled "Get a haircut" with a medium priority):

  • !! Get a haircut
  • !Med Get a haircut
  • !M Get a haircut
  • Get a haircut !m


Low Priority Examples (Creates a task titled "Fix leaky faucet" with a low priority):

  • Fix leaky faucet
  • Fix leaky faucet !Low
  • Fix leaky faucet !L


No Priority Examples (Creates a task titled "Look into getting a water softener" with no priority):


Note: No priority is the default priority when you install Todo. If you have not changed this default, you do not need to explicitly specify any priority when creating a task.


  • !none Look into getting a water softener
  • !n Look into getting a water softener
  • Look into getting a water softener !N

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