It would be nice™ if TaskPaper had some more intelligence for @done between a task and it’s subtasks.
For example, if I mark a task done, I would like TP to also mark that task’s subtasks, if any, as done. IOW, marking the task would be a shortcut way of marking all of the subtasks as done. (I realize we can select multiple tasks and mark them all at once; this would save us having to do the manual selection, and it treats tasks and their subtasks as a unit.)
Conversely, if I mark the last of the subtasks as Done, I would like TP to mark the parent task as Done, also.
E.g., in the sample below, if I mark ParentTask1 as done, I would it to also mark Subtask1-3 as done, with the same date as on ParentTask1.
And, if I mark Subtask5 as done, I would it to also mark ParentTask2 as done (with the same date as Subtask5, since that was the date the last subtask was done).
- Subtask4 @done(2016-04-10)
Thanks! I really like TP; I’ve tried several “to do” programs over the years, and this is the first one that really fits how I work.