Anyone else notice this using
Cannot set a due date for tasks.
- Open a task w/o a due date
- Go to "Set due date" in hamburger menu
- choose day and time
- click on "Save"
Expected behaviour: due date is saved to task
- date field is cleared,
- nothing else happens,
- due date is not saved
I cant reproduce the behavior.
I can create new tasks with a due date and modify the due date on Android 13 and Joplin 2.12.2
I did a fresh install from PlayStore (V. 2.12.2) on a second device (Fairphone; with Android 12 this time); no sync; created a ToDo and could exactly reproduce the behaviour described in my first post (using a Xiaomi with Android 10).
In addition, I noticed that modifications of existing duedates set are not possible on the mobile device either. A task with a due date keeps its due date regardless of changes I try to make on the mobile device.
Could someone using Android 10 or 12 possibly confirm or refute my observation?
Thanks for checking,
Joplin 2.12.2, Android 12 here:
- I open a note w/o dates or alarms,
- hamburger menu does NOT show a command "set due date",
- context menu doesn't show such command either.
What am I missing ?
Due Dates only exist for Tasks, not for notes.
Okay, with more precision => I can only create notes and to-dos, I assume you mean a to-do type of note when you say task.
Now, when I create such a to-do, and save it, and next
a) open the to-do and go to the hamburger menu : surprise ! there is no hamburger menu (on the left) only a 3-dots menu on the right, and this has no item called ,
b) when I go back to the notebook (in which the to-do item was created), then I get a hamburger menu on the left, I open it .... surprise! there is no item called .
So again, what am I missing ?
You're not missing anything, I just phrased it confusingly (that's what you get when trying to think on a bus ..)
I meant the "3-dots-menu" on the top right for a ToDo-type of note, yes. If I open that menu, the second item (it's between "Add ..." and "Share" on my device) offers me the possibility to define an alarm for the task; both on the desktop and the mobile device.
And the mobile function is what's causing me problems ...