Task manual ordering/sorting/prioritization
Some times we have "cards"/"items" that have multiple tasks inside. Although we can define "tags" to define some kind of priority and grouping, this will not allow "sorting" tasks in the list of tasks of a given "card". We can use "dates", but many times we do not want to do that... at least in my workflow I don't use "dates" for all tasks, I use tasks to complement my "card" state of development and keep track of "smaller concrete activities" I still have to do.
It would be nice to have the possibility of "manually" order the list of tasks according to our needs. Meaning, with the mouse be able to move up and down the list of the tasks when we are inside a given "card"/"item" (very much like we can do in the "Tasks" view of Podio) so that every time we arrive in the "card" we know exactly what are the "next" tasks to work on. Not sure how difficult this would be to implement this, but I believe it would be very interesting for many people, as often times we have multiple tasks to tackle and want to define (and re-define, multiple times) some ordering... and at the moment this is not very easily achievable.
Yes, I'm struggling with this as well for two scenarios.
Creating a template app: inside the template app are a number of items, each with tasks. I don't want to assign task owners or deadlines in the template (but the owner seems to be mandatory), but then the task order goes out of order and when someone copies over the app and contents, they don't know the real order of the tasks.
Creating a sequential list that needs to be checked off in order but not necessarily assigned dates.
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