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cuzo

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Just looking for good examples of setting up my homescreen for productivity.
 

macintoshmac

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I am using TickTick right now, but Things is at a 30% discount right now if you are all Apple.
 

macintoshmac

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The biggest problem I have with TickTick is that there is no "undo" action ability with the apps. In my opinion, that is a very big omission.

Oh wow. I must not have needed it in my recent use of the app for me to have missed this.

Are you talking about accidental ticking that can’t be undone?
 

Apple_Robert

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In the middle of several books.
Oh wow. I must not have needed it in my recent use of the app for me to have missed this.

Are you talking about accidental ticking that can’t be undone?
Anything you accidentally delete (tasks) can’t be undone in the app. You have to login to the website to restore a deleted item. If you ticked a habit box etc and want to reset it, swipe left to right.
 
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macintoshmac

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Anything you accidentally delete (tasks) can’t be undone in the app. You have to login to the website to restore a deleted item. If you ticked a habit box etc and want to reset it, swipe left to right.

Quirky, indeed. Which app are you using?
 

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Okay, this I did not expect. Guess you, too, are one of those who would simply visit the website to course-correct should you need to 'undo' something.

This is an awkward, annoying omission indeed. Rather like their Statistics, you click it expecting a popup but you are taken to the web browser.
 
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