How can I see to what task a subtask belongs when in working view?

Asked by Sven Bendel on 2010-03-08

Hi gtg team!

When opening the working view (not sure if this is what it's called in the English version of the program as I use the German one - here it's called "Arbeitsansicht") I see all open currently active tasks. I use this feature very often, but sometimes have the problem, that I'm not sure to what task a subtask being displayed in the working view belongs to. Is there a simple and quick way to find this information? If not, I would propose a tool-tip or kind of a more categorized working view displaying the currently available subtasks sorted by their main tasks.

Regards,
Sven

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2010-03-08
Luca Invernizzi (invernizzi) said : #1

Hello Sven,
the issue you're describing is tackled with in https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/gtg/+bug/316922 . If you have a nice idea on how to show a link to the parent task, you're very welcome to contribute to the discussion there.

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