The same issue exists on MacOS / iOS.
It's not just that you can't switch documents while offline -- it's worse because when you do try to switch the app hangs and won't recover until you re-establish an internet connection. Even if you force the desktop app to quit and re-launch it, it won't revert to the last-open document -- it will try again to go online and open the document you tried to switch into (and will hang again). So if you're working offline and inadvertently try to switch to another Moo.do document, you will basically be locked out of using Moo.do for anything, period, until you get back to an internet connection. That's completely unacceptable. If Moo.Do can't be updated to access all documents while offline, then it should at least be prevented from switching and becoming unusable while offline.
The current floating "+" button nearly solves this, but it always adds the new item to the top of the Outline, which may be far away from where you're working. I saw this functionality in another app once, and it worked very well: Tapping the "+" button works as it already does, but alternatively, the user can "drag" the "+" button into the Outline, thereby setting the insertion point of the new item.
I think this would pair well with another suggestion here, to bring up a "date picker" when entering "@..." tags. When user clicks on the red "@..." in the Outline, it would re-open that picker for editing, and now, the pop-up would have an additional "reschedule" section.
I don't think it needs to be a right-click, since normal-clicking the @... doesn't do anything now except place the cursor there for editing.
The iOS app has a nice pop-up dialog that appears when you start typing "@...". The same thing in the web/desktop versions would be excellent, so long as it supported keyboard navigation -- i DO NOT want a pop up that forces me to make mouse picks no matter what.
Agreed. Similarly, i would like it if two-pane arrangements auto-sized to 'fill' the available screen real estate. For example, one outline + one calendar pane currently cuts off half of the last day in the week, even with the sidebar minimized. It's so close...
Definitely need a keyboard shortcut for cycling through panes. Having to get off the keyboard, move the mouse to a suitable area of the screen (especially with Calendar pane), and then swipe the trackpad is a big interruption.