Add detail to your tasks, and please welcome Danish

April 7th, 2009 by Demian Turner

We just pushed out a new release this afternoon that lets you add detail to your tasks. This was our most requested feature on UserVoice and in fact opens up the UI in a way that will allow us to add our next few planned features.

For those who hadn’t noticed, our last 3 implemented features were those that got the highest votes on UserVoice.  So keep your feedback coming and let us know how you think we can make Doris the best list manager on the web :-)

To add additional detail to your tasks, simply select the ‘more’ link and enter your extra text in the window that opens.  You can also edit your task name in the dialog.  If there are any problems with this feature please let us know in the comments.

Oh and by the way, we added Danish to the stable of languages supported by Doris.  Thanks to Martin Sigaard for doing the translation work.

Add detail to tasks

Add detail to tasks

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4 Responses to “Add detail to your tasks, and please welcome Danish”


  1. Joel Drapper says:

    This is a great new feature, but do you think you could set a custom font for the text area? It doesn’t really match the “description” textbox font.

    Thanks!


  2. Dmitri Lakachauskis says:

    Yeah, we will fix that in a near future while deploying new stuff. More to come! :)


  3. Patrick Rhone says:

    I think what I like best about this new feature is how you implemented. It does not clutter up the interface so therefore if I choose not to use it it is not staring me in the face.

    Whatever you do, please keep this in mind. One of the things I love about Doris is the “let me make a few simple lists and quickly add some items to it” simplicity. It is actually what separates you from apps like Remember the Milk and Todoledo. Please keep it this way.


  4. Demian Turner says:

    @Patrick agreed 100% there, we’re always conscious of reducing clutter and maintaining simplicity where ever possible, making complexity available only to those who want it, hiding it from those who don’t. Thanks for your feedback!

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