When using the inspector to set a due date, the +1 day button starts with tomorrow. Why not today? Every time I enter a task due today, I have to click on the cell and type today or select from the calendar pop out. Seems to me if the due date field is blank, +1 day should default to today. If you want it due tomorrow, just hit the button twice. Thoughts? Is this a feature request I should log somewhere? Thanks!
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Just for the sake of discussion, though, I’m curious: what do you think should happen with the +1 week and +1 month buttons? Should they also start with today, then increment by a week and a month?
That doesn’t make sense to me. +1 day is tomorrow. If you want it due at 3 PM today, say 3p.
I would think +1 week and +1 month would remain the same. The iOS app for iPad has a “Today” button. That’s really what I’m looking for. If there is no “Today” button in the OSX version, then I’m suggesting +1 would start with today.