there would probably have to be a timestamp for when x device was last online, so when connectivity was finally restored, it would check timestamps and update only the elements that changed.
I tried to use ClickUp (desktop version) offline and it didn't work. When I used my phone as hotspot, I burned through .2GB in less than 3 mins. I'm on Google Fi and more mindful of my data now, but even still.. Google Drive has offline compatibility. Some spaces, I forsure want to be portable.
I love ClickUp and became really excited about switching but this is a dealbreaker - particularly on Android.
@Ales Flidr: I think there was someone mentioning this possibility with the release of the mobile apps. Stay tuned!
Any update on timing?
Absolute must! Such a disappointment that it's not already taken care of. Looking forward to migrating completely when we can use it offline on both IOS and Windows apps
Allow apps to keep a snapshot of all the data so it doesn't need to load data every time.
+1 from me for Android app to work offline. It's the main blocker to my migrating over from todoist permanently
@Miles Mendoza: I think a revamped version of the mobile apps is going to be released after 2.0
I agree, not being able to use offline is a serious drawback
Sounds like you're already aware. I can't wait for you to show Todoist how to do offline right. Until then, they have you one-upped on this score.
App is useless without this feature
I had literally never expected such poor choice from Clickup team.
"Only those notes will be available for offline viewing which the user had previously opened ?"
I could not understand How the user could actually know which of his notes he would need to prioritise / Categorize etc (the processes which are generally done while being on the way / planes etc). For that the user literally needs All of his Notes on his disposal.
As Gerhard also rightly pointed out - Full DB must be available Locally (the exception can be downloading of the 'Big' image files / attachments etc), But at least all the Text bits must be available offline.