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Display tasks in events list? 1 Year, 10 Months ago  
Is it possible to display tasks -- that is, the things that would ordinarily show up in the Todo List -- in the Events List instead? I'd love it if they'd show up on either the task's due date or start date, looking basically identical to an all-day event.

If that's not possible, consider this a feature request.
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Re:Display tasks in events list? 1 Year, 10 Months ago  
If you want single task to appear on calendar, like a event, you can open task's editor dialog then check "Show in calendar".


If you want the whole tasks to appear on calendar, you can from Options >> Advanced >> check "Show tasks in calendar".
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Re:Display tasks in events list? 1 Year, 10 Months ago  
That does seem to make the tasks show in the calendar. But what I was hoping to do was to show them in the Events List. A lot of agenda software works like this: a task shows on the date it's due in the agenda, and then, if it's overdue, shows on the current day. So basically, a task is just a calendar item which, if it's not deleted, stays on the events list until it is. The old Palm Pilot calendar software called them "floating events," which describes it pretty well.

Not a huge deal, but it would be a nice feature.
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