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    Vicent commented  · 

    I also ask for this.

    Please, add the possibility of saving searches as "custom filters", that could be later included in the left bar, together with "today", "week", etc.

    Very useful for many pourposes. For example, users that want to distinguish "next" tasks of "someday" tasks could add a tag into the text of the task to be considered, say #next or #soon, and then save a search that could be found next to "today" and "week" smart lists.

    In fact, that was what I thought the new "smart lists" feature was about!! :D

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    Vicent commented  · 

    Let me insist on this: sorting is a "must-have" (not only for smart lists, of course)! If I have a shopping list, sorting it alphabetically in a quick way (one or two taps or clicks) should be possible.

    And also sorting by date, of course. In that sense, Toodledo has a good approach to this (it lets you sort any of your lists and "smart lists" as you want, it remembers it, etc.).

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    Vicent commented  · 

    I like the Eppo's approach.

    In fact, I suggest a little workaround that could be easily implemented by Wunderlist team.

    Evernote allows creating links to notes, both desktop and web links —now I am focusing on desktop links, those that begin with "evernote:///view/...".

    The "problem" is that when you paste that link into a note in Wunderlist, the system doesn't recognizes it as a link to a desktop application (at least, in Wunderlist for Windows and web).

    So please, Wunderlist team, make those kind of links "clickable" and we will be closer to Evernote integration, or at least closer to better and more useful notes in Wunderlist. :)

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