In the tasks area, I'd like a "done" page with all the ticked-off item grouped by day so I can see how much I did each day + a global task score graph to analyse dips and spikes in overall productivity.
I could see this voting item as being satisfied by one of two updates, both of which are planned but with timeline tbd:1. A dedicated stats page that shows multiple insights about how focus and pace of task completion is changing over time2. A spark-line graph of completed Task Score shown in the "Tasks" pane, akin to how it is currently shown in each note
If you're the kind of person who would like to see stats about the *type* of tasks you're completing, consider starting each of your tasks with an emoji. That's the convention we're planning to use to indicate the category of each task (when making task suggestions in calendar, and showing completed task summary on a future task stats page)
Just like the notes view, there should be a way to view all completed tasks, preferably in the order in which they were completed.
"Completed Task View" (suggested by Revanth on 2020-09-05), including upvotes (3) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Love the idea as it would be cleaner.
I think it is an essential feature because the 'Done' category is sometimes as important as the ongoing tasks. Please give higher priority to it, because it is a true drawback for me (and I think for a lot of us). Thanks!
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