As we all know, there are many tasks bound to some particular place, for example, home, office, grocery store, or maybe even a different town or country.
In the Mac version of Taskheat, you can define the location where the particular task makes sense. It will make the app filter out them from the Actual tasks when you are not in that specific spot. As a result, those tasks will not clutter your Actual list and give a place to other more relevant ones.
To assign a location to a task:
- Double click a task to start editing.
- Click the location field.
- Start typing any place name. For example "Apple Park", "Public Library", "Cafeteria", etc. Taskheat will update the suggestions for you.
- If the place you intend to add is in the suggestions, click it to assign to a task.
- If the place you are looking for is not in suggestions, type Return or Enter to create a new location and specify the specific location and radius on the map.
All tasks that have a location are marked with an appropriate sign to the right. If for some reason, Taskheat is unable to determine your location, this icon reflects that and turns itself into gray.
It is essential to mention that you need to allow Taskheat to access your actual location for locations to work. If the access is not granted, the app will ignore location data and add them to your Actual tasks if needed.