Default Groups

There are 4 system default groups in Checkmark To Do List.  These Groups can not be renamed, deleted and hidden. Items in a user defined group can be assigned in either one of the group by system. For example, a task in 'Personal' group can also appear in 'Finished' group if the task has been completed. The system default groups are:
  • All
  • Favorites
  • Finished
  • Trash

All Group

 
All Group contains all ACTIVE items(items not finished, deleted or set to be inactive). Typically this is the default group to show when you first in dashboard

For more information about how to complete an item, delete a item, set item as active, inactive and favorite, please refer to user's guide.

Favorites Group

 
Favorites Group contains all Favorite items(items which are set to be favorite in dashboard).

For more information about how to set item as favorite, please refer to user's guide.



Finished Group

 
Finished Group contains all completed tasks and checklists.  The Finished group will list items in chronological order once Sort by Finished Date is selected (default setting).

Finished Tasks
  • Normal Task: When a task is checked from dashboard, this task will be automatically removed from dashboard and placed into Finished category. Alternatively you can bring up the context menu for a task and select Mark as Finished from menu.
  • Repeating Task: When a repeating task is marked as finished or checked, a copy of the task will be automatically placed under Finished group with finished date and time stamp. Meanwhile, the next due date will be set for the repeating task in its current group and alarm will be updated accordingly.  

Finished Checklists

  • Normal Checklist: same as task. When a checklist is marked as finished, the checklist will be automatically removed from dashboard and put into Finished group. you can mark checklist as finished by bringing up the context menu for the checklist and select Mark as Finished from menu.
  • Repeating Checklist: When a repeating checklist is marked as finished, a copy of the checklist will be automatically placed under Finished group with finished date and time stamp.   Meanwhile, the next due date will be set for the repeating checklist in its current group and alarm will be updated accordingly.  

Undo Finished Tasks/Checklists 
In Finished group , you can undo any finished item to mark it as in progress. This will clear the item's finished date/time  and place it back to the dashboard.
  • Marking a task as unfinished:  This can be done by un-checking the finished task or through context menu by selecting Mark as Unfinished
  • Marking checklist as unfinished: This can be done through context menu by selecting Mark as Unfinished
 
Cleanup Finished Group

  • Buttons: In Finished Group, there are three image buttons next to the navigation drop down arrow.  From left to right, you can delete all finished items, finished items older than last week and finished items older than last month. 
  • Context Menu: Long click on the icon near the Finished Group to bring up the context menu, select the context menu item as needed

*** It is recommended to clean up your Finished Group periodically. This will help maintain the size and efficiency of database.




Trash Group


 
Trash Group contains all deleted checklists. For information about how to delete a checklist, please refer to user's guide. Long click a checklist to bring up the context menu. You can do the following for a checklist in Trash Group
  • Restore Checklist: This will restore the checklist to Active status.
  • Delete Checklist: This will permanently delete the checklist from database.

 
 Empty Trash Group

  • Buttons: In Trash Group, there is a image button next to the navigation drop down arrow. You can empty all checklists in the Trash Group
  • Context Menu: Long click on the icon near the Trash Group to bring up the context menu, select the context menu item to empty all checklists in the Trash Group
*** It is recommended to empty your Trash Group periodically. This will help maintain the size and efficiency of database.
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