GoodTask 4.4.1 for macOS Update


#1

This update brings fixes and some improvements described below.

  • New Task window not showing text properly when theme and system mode doesn't match has been fixed
  • Escape key when buttons are selected on New Task window will move focus to title field
  • Clicking where alert button is at will add an alert when due date is set without an alert
    (Button will not be visible)
  • 'Mail Link' on URL field will now show message URL directly
  • Lists & Quick Actions added on 'Menu - Edit' for selected items
    : You can setup keyboard shortcuts on ' - System Preferences - Keyboard - Shortcuts - App Shortcuts' for separate Quick Actions using this menu

Thanks!

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#2

Heck yes! :grinning: [adding more characters to hit the 20 character limit]


#4

Hi! I am trying to add a keyboard shortcut for Quick Actions and I think that it is not possible because the time of the Quick Action result is shown in the menu text.

For example, I have a Quick Action for +18 Minutes so I tried the keyboard shortcut "Edit->Quick Actions->+18 Minutes" which does not work.

On the actual menu the +18 Minutes Quick Action says "+18 Minutes (1:45 PM)".

Since the times are always changing the menu item name keeps changing too.

Am I missing something?

Thanks!


#5

A workaround for now is to calculate those values within KM. This is working alright for me at the moment.

https://wiki.keyboardmaestro.com/Dates_and_Times

Here's a sample action that will select +1 Day (Sat, Tomorrow).

https://dsh.re/df96b

Although I'm just now realizing I'll have to tweak it a bit more. That only works if the task doesn't have a date, or is set to Today already.


#6

Thanks for the feedback. As you said, those relative values are not suitable for keyboard shortcuts. :sob:

I'll see what I can do on later updates. Thanks!


#7

Off topic, but is there any chance a Windows PC client could be developed?


#8

Hi Daron, currently it's not available since GoodTask uses tech from Apple which is only on their OS's. When they open it up, it could be considered. Thanks!


#9

Thanks for responding, I thought that might have been the situation, but it was worth asking :slight_smile: