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  1. implement automatic spelling check

    implement automatic spelling check

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  2. Printable documents

    I'd like to be able to print a document as it appears in the editor. Exporting to html gives an unformatted version of what I wrote, but the lists look nice in the editor. I wouldn't want to be forced to export then print. Have an option to print it directly.

    47 votes
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  3. File attachments

    It would be very useful to attach files. Either through 3rd party tools like Dropbox, Drive or Cloud, or through an interal solution.

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  4. Delegate, Defer, or Hide priority items

    I have several items that deserve priorities, but do not yet need to be in front of my face. For example, and priority 1 @someday item - important, but deferred. But they would make my !!!Important list too long to be useful.

    Some of these items are delegated to others, but tracked. They have a priority, but I don't need to do anything about it now.

    It would be nice to have a way to keep those items out of my !!!Important list in my Agenda view.

    Perhaps a #hide or #noshow tag? #delegated? #deferred?

    As it stands, I can't…

    20 votes
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  5. Store moo.do data localy without syncing with cloud

    I'd love to use moo.do but in my organization we are only allowed to work with software that does not store data in cloud. If you could make it to store data locally that would be great!

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  6. Allow opening native GMail on android

    Android app doesn't seem good in handling gmail (i.e. attachments don't work at the moment). Still having emails in outlines is a nice feature - would be usable if one could open emails in native app.

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  7. GMail attachments broken on android

    When trying to open attachments I'm ending up in gmail web page.

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  8. Link node/parent to somewhere else

    Similar to The Brain, where ideas can be inter-connected and not just "nested", we can duplicate a parent node and paste it somewhere, and if one is updated, the other is also updated. It will make Moodo the ultimate app.

    Example:

    Books
    -Productivity
    --Getting Things Done by David Allen <- copy link to node

    Projects
    -Current projects
    --Improve my productivity
    ----(past link) -> Getting Things Done by David Allen -> (now I can take notes for the book here, which will also be updated in my "books" archive)

    It opens up doors for so many uses for connecting notes together…

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  9. Custom priority colours

    I've started poking around Moo.do and thinking of my current system I would need more priorities and more distinct colours in order to move seamlessly over to Moo.do. I currently have six colours (Now, Next, Soon, Later, Scheduled, and Waiting) plus no colour.

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  10. 4 votes
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  11. Space between number and item in "Numbered List" item

    Right now, the numbered list item comes as

    1.Item

    I believe it would be more readable if it is

    1. Item

    when there is a space between the '.' and the Item

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  12. Zoom In / Zoom out (Expand or collapse) the whole document level by level

    Quire allows you to expand or collapse the whole document level by level. This will allow you to see children progressively. Very helpful when you are building out plans and you do not want to get bogged down with details of specific pieces.

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  13. Explicitly assign items and tasks to contacts

    Associating items with +contacts or creating custom #tags (as described at https://www.moo.do/blog/project-management/#tagging) are both very limited.

    The problem with +contact is that there's no way to differentiate between those that are assigned to the item and those that are mentioned because they are relevant in some way, such as someone I need to call.

    The problem with #tags is that it's very limited. It only supports a very narrow range of use cases where the people who can access the Moo.do file actively assign items to themselves or check to see what's been assigned to them. For example:
    1.…

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  14. Hotkeys to jump to parent and to jump to next/previous sibling

    Since the latest major release the hotkeys for navigating have become way more powerful :)

    There's still a frequent motion that I find myself reaching for the mouse though.

    That's moving focus from currently selected line to it's parent, skipping any other visible siblings on the way. While doing this, I don't want to change what I see on the screen by collapsing or zooming items, so can't use those shortcuts.

    For example:
    Parent
    Child1
    Child2
    Child3
    Sibling
    Child4

    If my focus is on Child3, I don't think there's a way to immediately jump up to the Parent, without going…

    7 votes
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  15. 3 votes
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  16. 3 votes
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  17. Add Letex to input formula

    Add Letex to input formula

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  18. Add Letex to input formula

    Add Letex to input formula

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  19. Import notes from OPML files

    In order to facilitate migration from other outliners, you should allow the importing of the Notes field inthe OPML files. Currently the OPML import works well but only includes the text in the [OutlineText] tag.

    Most other (even less powerful) outliners support doing full exports into the OPML file format inlcuding their notes. The file includes a [Notes] tag that brings notes from each item from the system/service you are moving your info from. See this example:

    <outline text="Very portable sub notebook computer for downloading, reviewing and editing." Checkbox="0" Notes="If you really want to travel light you can always pack…

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  20. Move the Send button for emails, to the top right corner on email window.

    When its a single mail we reply to it makes sense, the current placement of the send button.

    When its a chain mail, argh its very annoying to scroll down till I find the send button. Sometime it by mistake goes back to the response field then I have to scroll back down.

    This is the only time I open gmail to respond to mails, else everything is a single window operation.

    Please please make this change.

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