Add option to prevent a recurring task from “duplicating” if not completed one time
Sometimes I have a recurring task that I want to do every workday, but if I miss one day it does not make sense to do it twice the next day. For example, let’s say I have a task to “turn on the space heater in the back room”. If I neglect to do this task and check it off in Akiflow on Tuesday, it does not make sense for me to do it twice on Wednesday! I have a handful of these types of tasks, and I’ve found that Akiflow’s current behavior can lead to many duplicate tasks “stacking up”. This makes it difficult to sift through the noise and easily see what’s on my todo list when this happens (which tends to be the most hectic of times, already!). For tasks like these, I’d love to be able to set an option to prevent a given recurring task from stacking up so that if I miss one day, I only see one task the next day!
Assign multiple labels to a task
Similar to https://culturedcode.com/things/support/articles/2803581/
Rituals: week options
One of the biggest opportunities for Akiflow is to provide longer-term planning tools. Most task managers (including Akiflow) divide the world of tasks into, basically, today/tomorrow/this week/someday. Sure, Akiflow has the "plan" feature where I can throw a task to the following Monday or whatever, but requiring a task to re-appear on a specific date is not always what you want. Often, you want to look at different time horizons: this week, next week, the next few weeks, next month, next quarter, this year, etc. and bucket tasks into those general categories where you can hold them for future review and triage. Functionality like this, which lets me plan/manage different time horizons would be game-changing and would make Akiflow the best choice for "single source of truth" for all the things I want to get done.
Hierarchy of Goals
I would like to have bigger Goals - not tied to specific tasks - and be reminded that I'm working for the top one, to keep having the bigger picture of what I'm working on. Thus during the day we can always ask ourselves: are we doing the good thing? Is it the fastest route to our goal? We got late on the plan, what did we learn and what can be done to get the goal done anyway?