Add a notes field in a task
There are some tasks either individually or reoccurring that need to have a better description than the task itself.
Task - Wash the dogs
Notes: Be sure to use the hypo allergenic shampoo on the little dog and dish soap on the big dog.
Have the above in the drop down and then maybe an icon, bold font or something of the sort on the task itself that lets us know there are additional notes to look at.
The Amplenote-y way of doing something like this would be to add any necessary context required for a task in the form of a rich footnote (ctrl+k over selected text). Let us know if you see any way in which we might introduce additional value from having a "notes" field for tasks.
Footnotes don't address this need. Personally, I like to track bill payments using a repeating task list, and for each time the task generates I like to add proof of payment (screenshot or something) for that specific iteration of the task. Making a footnote for this purpose does not work because the footnote will be carried over to the next task iteration. Task notes like these are only relevant to one instance of the task, not every instance of it in the future.
I can work around this by first checking off the task, thereby allowing it to generate the next iteration of the task, and then going into the completed task section and adding notes. That does work but feels like a workaround.
Perhaps what would be just as good is a comment section for each task, allowing someone to insert notes that only apply to that instance of the task. It seems like it would be more obvious to the end user that a "comment section" relates only to that task iteration, not the entire task template.
I think it would make sense to have the possibility to add some more context to a specific task, or give some other details that you don't need to have on the task title because it would be too long. Having a dedicated note for this by using ctrl-k is a bit too much in my opinion. Not really a dealbreaker though.
This is huge, as I often need to make notes on my tasks. Notes often keep my tasks in a context which exists only in my tiny brain. ie Task: Purchase cat food Note: no turkey, she will not eat it.
@Alejandro, as mentioned above, you can add as many notes as you need by selecting text and pressing Ctrl-K (or the link button in the toolbar). Let me know if you need further assistance with this!