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Hi all,

Just bought the iPad version and can't figure out how to move an action up to the top of the list in a project to make it the next action.

I've tried :
  • holding down on action
  • clicking once on it to bring up it's properties

...neither of which give an option to move it up (or down) the list.

Not sure what I'm missing.

Click and hold over the text area of the action, after a couple of seconds the edit mode will kick in and you'll see a delete icon on the left and a move handle on the right which will enable you to reorder as you wish..

See the attachment for an example of what it looks like.
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Ah, thanks!

I don't know what I was doing before but I couldn't see the move handles.
This was very helpful...Thanks!
The latest version of the iPad app features an "Edit" button above the task list that you can use to re-order your actions

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