Template list or duplicate lists (also known as Copy Lists)
I use wunderlist to help me manage projects and most of these share many of the same tasks. For me, the missing killer feature would be to be able to either set up a list template with a set of standard tasks that are included when I mak a new list, or to be able to easily duplicate an existing list to achieve the same thing.
I really hope you'll consider this for a future version.
also fantastic for shopping list managment !! Do it !!
Jason Miller commented
I would love to be able to duplicate a task so I can put it in multiple task lists. I'm using task lists as unique places where certain tasks get done (like locations) and often need to have the same task in several task lists.
Alternatively, if I could add a single task to multiple task lists that might work for me too, though it would require a different workflow than I currently set up.
Definitely...I had the same idea. I use lots of lists and mostly have the same content every time. It would be good to be able to make your own templates so you won't have to recreate the same tasks over and over gagain.
that would really be great for my weekly shopping list. !!!
Sasa Mladenovic commented
Task duplication can be accomplished with tags: http://wunderlist.uservoice.com/forums/136230-general/suggestions/2438397-tag-the-tasks-freely
I can move taks throught the list, but i can not copy tasks throught the list.
I need have the same task in several list.
I think that will be a good idea if you have share list and personal lists.
I dig this idea! It would also be great if you had a function like in Gmail Contacts where you can "Find and merge duplicates". So if there are similar words/phrases in both tasks Wunderlist asks if you would like to merge the two tasks.
Time saving FTW!
I have long lists and some identical tasks in each. It would be great if I could duplicate a list and then just keep the bits I want so I have to retype them all back in each time.
An 'uncheck all' button would be nice for reusable lists too
As an example:- Every week or two you buy groceries. Note this is a recurring task but not on a defined date. That is you do it when you need to!
What is needed is pretty much the same things each time you go shopping. So ideally, you create a master list of all your groceries - just once! Now at shopping time, I copy that list across for my shopping this week. I delete what I don't need and maybe add a few extra items.