Hello - I got super excited about GoodTask today, but then ran against what might be a deal-killer. I have lots of repeating/recurring reminders for various to-dos. But, sometimes I want to defer the current iteration a day or two (or a week, etc.), WITHOUT changing the main scheduled recurrence date. I figured out that conceptually the app will let me do this, in a way, via the snooze feature (and also deferring the "alert" date/time rather than the "due date" date/time.). But there is one missing piece that I wondered if there was an existing way to fix.
Say I have a monthly recurring reminder with a due date of the first of the month at 8am. So, today is June 1. It comes up, but I want to defer the alert time until June 3, but LEAVE the programmed regular "due date" as the first (so that it stays on the first for recurrences in the future). I can actually do that, either manually, or with the Alert Date quick action. Or with snooze if it's just a day or two.
BUT -- what I also want is for the 3-day "snoozed" item to "disappear" from my "Today" view (smart list), until the snoozed alert day (June 3) arrives. I see there is a way to include alert date as one of the SORTING options, but it still shows up in Today since the "due" date is now that day or overdue.
Is there a way to configure a list view so that items with an alert date in the future do not show up in a "today" view until the deferred/snoozed alert time arrives? Even though the "due" date is today or overdue? Maybe with filters? I see that there is an "Alert" filter, but wasn't sure if that could be figured for anything more than "events with an alert - yes or no". Ideally it could be filtered by "Alerts more than 24 hours in the future" or something like that, and exclude those from the "Today" view......