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Positioning of ClickUp as personal todo app
I have been looking for 'The' to do app and I stumbled upon ClickUp when I searched on Todoist - I have tried a few for a period of time but none was really 'The' app. To start with I was using Awesome Note (paid), Wunderlist, Microsoft Todo, Google Keep and finally ClickUp. My requirement was rather simple: - I need a cross device app (which is the reason why I switched from Awesome Note) - Synchronization consistency across device (iOS Google Keep failed big time) - Sub-list (expanded under a main list) and sub-task - Synchronization with Google Calendar - Custom recurring tasks (repeat every x day/weeks/months) Google Keep was promising but the support was non-existence - to which I'm pleasantly happy with what I have been seeing from ClickUp. This coupled with the fact you guys listen to users, to me is the best selling point seriously. Another feature I really like is the ability to change due date upon close instead of piling up all the closed repeating tasks. Ok, now come to some of my wish list. I am a to-do mobile app user so ClickUp maybe sort of an overkilled app, but I find that ClickUp have a strong business case and ecosystem if you start to position also as a personal to-do mobile app (competing against Wunderlist/Todo, Google Keep etc.) - Team default assignment is set to self automatically, currently I have set my ClickUp desktop as personal team layout so that is okay. However on mobile app it is still not assigned to anyone and I need an additional 2 clicks (UX consistency) - There is no badge showing on the mobile app for overdue tasks (consider this very important feature to have) - Ability to sort by priority/due date on mobile - Ability to set recurring tasks on mobile - Ability to have proxy set up on desktop app according to the IE internet setting, currently it just never load up. - Ability to set reminder/notification a week before due date (while there are currently two other alternatives, one is to set the task with start date but the downside is the calendar view will have quite a few 'rows' blocked up visually; the other is to set on the settings for notifications, but in this case I only wish to set on a particular list, not the entire space). One use case is birthday reminders, I'd like to be reminded a week before contacts' actual birthday. - Ability to set yearly repeat on a particular day of the week (such as 2 weeks before Mother's day) - When setting recurring tasks, the default date should be the due date (currently it is the date I'm editing which made me changing both the due date and recurring date all the time) For personal and mobile app use, perhaps you can consider strip down the activity view and watchers to simplify the UI. That's all from me and I'm happy to be using ClickUp regardless :)
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ClickUp Setup for Product Development
We are trying to use ClickUp for product development and we're getting stuck on how exactly to set it up. A basic rundown of what we're trying to accomplish: - Have a workspace full of a bunch of products that are under development. - Each product has various attributes that are reused among other products - customer name, container size, recipe, etc. - Each product has a number of components that must be completed, and each one of those has a few steps that are done in a specific order (ie a product has a recipe that has steps 1, 2, and 3. A product also has a customer file setup that has steps 1, 2, and 3). I would like to use custom fields for the product attributes, or something that allows us to set up multiple choices the user can pick from (dropdown of some sort). Because of this, I can't put a product at the Folder or List level. It must be set up as a task. Underneath a task, I can use subtasks or checklists for the components of a product. If I use checklists, I can organize the different steps into various lists which is great, but there's no dependencies so the steps can be completed in any order. If I use subtasks and then checklists within those, same issue. The only way I can use the dependencies how we'd like is setting up every step as it's own subtask, but then there's no way to organize it - it's just a giant list of subtasks. Basically boils down to: - Need three levels of tasks. - Top level must support custom fields. - Bottom level must support task dependencies. Is this possible?
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