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Create option to maintain list hierarchy in agenda pane

I would love to see an option to maintain the hierarchy of tasks and subtasks that are in the list pane in the agenda pane.

For example, if on the list pane, it says...

Hire a new employee
- interviews
-- contact candidate for second interview @now

...it would say on the agenda pane:

NOW

Hire a new employee
- interviews
-- contact candidate for second interview @now

This would help provide context for subtasks in the agenda pane.

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      • Dan Seracu commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        That would be a great improvements!!! this way, in the agenda we will have the full hiearchy!

      • Sofer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Or at least a way to 'preview' the context of an issue in agenda, like to see it's immediate ancestor, or a count of how many descendants/children the bullet contains. or even breadcrumbs to the current scoped view so we know where this agenda item falls under.

      • Sean Lu commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yes, I also need this feature, Not Only agenda the single line with the @ , but the whole hierarchy it belongs to. so that we know what the date/time used refer to.

      • Brandon commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I definitely agree with this one. I like writing a long list of items and then going through them to add dates. But without adding a tag to every single line, in the agenda view there is no context to understand what project or similar the task is in.

      • Nikolay Ugarov commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        IMO very important. Other example:
        - appliances
        -- washing machine
        --- install @today
        -- fridge
        --- buy @today
        --- install @tomorrow

        Currently I cannot find out from the agenda what am I supposed to install and buy today

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