Add label or priority to todo

We are working from a timeline based on todo items from within all parts of Aha!. But we are lacking some kind of priority marks on this todo items. Please could you add a priority field (integer) or a tag field (where we can define our own tags) on todo items?

In reports it then should be possible to filter and sort on this new field, allowing us to get items with same priority together.

  • Jan Rutger Voorhorst
  • May 2 2016
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  • Mat Wood commented
    August 17, 2016 13:54

    I second this. On our demo we saw how Aha use Aha to manage many of their internal operations task recording. When we have attempted to use To-Do's for this they are not rich enough in terms of being able to categorise and group them.

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    Chris Waters commented
    August 17, 2016 21:11

    If you need to group and report on to-dos it sounds a little like you should be using Features instead. 

  • Melissa Johnson commented
    January 04, 2018 17:50

    I want to move our team to Aha for task management because we share the tasks. It's unusable the way it is because there's no way to identify priority.

    We need the ability to set a priority on a task and have the option to sort by due date or priority.

  • David Royal commented
    April 16, 2018 16:10

    I think it would be useful to have sub-tasks associated with a to-do item as well. For example, I'm working on configuring Jira for our institution, and would like to do something like this:

    To do: Complete Jira Configuration, due date X

      - Sub Task 1

      - Sub Task 2

      - and so on

  • A Bp commented
    November 12, 2019 19:44

    Fully agree.  Todo's are great for non-product associated items.  What I mean is, I don't want to have any Features or requirements represent quick work items.  Todos could have much more potential if they got some basic Product Management function such as status/workflow state ("to do, in progress, done" etc), labels, and priority, and could even be viewed in a Kanban board.


    Thanks guys!