New in this version: Filtered tasks with priorities higher or lower than given priority
Use filter operator ‘
(>C)‘ to filter for tasks with higher priorities (e.g. tasks with priorities ‘A’ or ‘B’, in this case).
Similarly use operator ‘
(<C)‘ to filter for tasks with lower priorities (tasks with priorities ‘D’, ‘E’… in this case).
- Only the highest, non-negative priority from filter string is inserted into the default new task text.
- Filter operators (like ‘
is:pending‘) are not inserted into new task text
If you encounter any bugs/issues, or have suggestions for changes, please do let me know using the feedback form.