You already have options to set urgency and importance of tasks. It would be great if you could view the tasks in an Eisenhower matrix, so that you can better evaluate what should be done next
Andrew Lamb commented
Yes! The ability to view tasks in an Eisenhower matrix would be VERY useful. It seems a no-brainer given that Importance and Urgency are already available flags!
Christian Ravera commented
I believe this as a duplicate of: http://support.droptask.com/forums/193469-general/suggestions/5455726-create-a-kanban-quadrant-view-based-on-its-critica
This view is more important than ever now that Dropbox 2 does away with the list view that allowed tasks to be organized more easily by Urgency and Importance. Now Importance is a boolean flag, and Urgency has been demoted to a simple tag entry.
Having a view would be excellent, that you could then apply various "show options". For example to be able to view all projects, or multiple projects. The matrix could be enhanced further by being able to plot the "very urgent", "urgent", "very important and "important", so you could get a visual view of the 2-3 items which are the most "important" vs those that are "very urgent", but not necessarily "important".
(ha, autocorrected to Dropbox - I of course mean Droptask!)
Lauren, this is an amazing idea. This would really add value and fix the danger in Dropbox of loosing overview. It would also add much value to the importance and urgency setting. I suggest this as a fourth view setting in a project. This would really make droptask king of todo apps.