With Gmail, I love to snooze individual emails until my inbox only contains the tasks I must address today. So, naturally, some emails I snooze until the next day, week, or month based on their urgency and when I want to be reminded.
I would love similar functionality with Height.
- I experimented using “status” values like “Today”, “This Week”, and “Next Week”, but it did not suffice because the “status” cannot automatically update themselves when their time comes.
- This might be possible with due/start dates, but I want to avoid modifying the task for the entire workspace (only me) because the snooze/target dates are not actual deadlines but when I want to be reminded about the task.
I think a snooze feature would be a game-changer for tasker management. It works great with email and probably even better with to-dos. It’s my #1 feature request.
Implementation: Add a “Move to Inbox” option for all tasks. Then, users can individually snooze tasks in their inbox. This way, the “snoozes” are user-specific and do not impact the tasks for the whole workspace. The Inbox then becomes the main view from which I work.
- I cannot rely on “Assigned to me” because I have nearly 100 tasks there, most of which are backlogged.