Is it possible to show only to-do items in your today view? Or arrange by item type (so to-dos are at the top and dashes are at the bottom for example). Know you can filter for to-do items in your To Do list view, but I prefer the today view. This is a great suggestion and not something we currently offer. We have been discussing daily list templates for a while where users will be able to choose what headings, subheadings, page breaks, etc they want on each list. . How I do it currently is make a page break by typing (=== + space bar) select my to-dos, and move them into their own section. . But we should have the feature for templates and filtering by to-dos soon. . When I create a reminder, is that item automatically added to my to-do list for the day of the reminder? I see it goes up into the calendar view but I’m not sure it gets pulled down unless I click into the calendar section and hit the little arrow. Typically it will only get added to your events section if it has an end-date. Standard reminders (on lists or other days) should clone themselves to the top of the day (but not the events section) of the day the reminder is set for. . Let me know if this is not the case for you. Lastly, we just changed the little arrow for a “new list“ quick action that will turn the event into a sublist for you to take notes on said event. Let me know what you think. . Is it possible to have things automatically added to lists if the item is a certain type? Ex. If things I want to get done today are to-dos, could I have a backlog to-do list where each item is of type dash so they don’t show up on my to do list? Then, anytime I move an item onto the backlog list, it gets turned into a dash or anytime I change the item type to dash, it gets added to the backlog to do list. I like the to do view, but am finding non-urgent items are cluttering it. This is GENIUS - default dash type for a certain list. Kind of like making my movie ratings list a default number type (since they are all ranked by number) - starring this one and adding it to Parker's list. . For now, what I do is simply create new lists (or sublists, like how I seperated your first email and your second email ideas) and keep the non-urgent items separate from the urgent items. Then when you are ready to turn them into a to-do, you can select them (or multiple), change them into a to-do, and move them to their appropriate list (ie: To-do today). A little bit of a hidden feature is after you select your first thing, hold shift to select all the things in between the first thing you select and the next thing you select. . On mobile same idea - select one thing, find the last thing you want to select, and double tap in the select circle and it will select all the things in between. In list settings, you can also “hide from to-dos“ so if you create a list with “non-urgent to-dos“ and then turn on “hide from to-dos“ you will no longer see them in your to-dos view. It seems that if an item has a time/date reminder associated with it, it is difficult to use the select on the right hand side. Long press doesn’t really do anything and tapping on the right hand side just moves the item to the top menu. Swipe left ⬅️ to select :) . Let me know if this is what you are looking for. It looks like some settings (ex. Hide completed) are only available at the individual list level and not the global level. Would be nice to have at the global level. You should have a “show completed things on lists“ in your user settings for it to do that across the app. Go side menu --> gear icon --> preferences --> and toggle off “show completed things on lists“ . Let me know if this works :) . Is it possible to add longer-form descriptions to items? (ex. I wanted to add a “thing“ to remind myself to call someone per an email discussion and wanted to paste the email discussion into a “description“ or “notes“ field within the thing so it didn't show up on the list, but could be seen if I selected/expanded/clicked into the thing. Have you dabbled with sublists? For example.. This is a sublist. Is it possible to “listen“ or “subscribe“ to a list so that you get notified if someone changes/completes an item on that list? Would be great for shared grocery lists for couples/roommates. If I'm the last one to use the paper towels, I could add it to the list then if my roommate was at the store that day she could pick up a new role and mark it as complete. I get notified so know not to get some when I go to the store later.