Fun Fact: Ants get oxygen via small pores and store colorless blood in a tube extending the length of their body. Read on to learn about other bugs we'll be addressing this week as we celebrate Plutio's third Bug Week.
“What's obvious to you can be amazing to others.” ― Ali Abdaal
Tasks are super powerful and can carry tons of information about the work you're doing. So if you have to convert one into a subtask, it makes sense that you wouldn't want to manually copy over all of that date. Thankfully, you can now amp up your productivity by moving tasks into other tasks, without having to manually copy all of the relevant details and files. To get started, just open a task's menu and select “move”. You'll have the option to choose another task as the location for your task.
Opening Plutio and creating a task is a simple process already, but creating tasks via email opens up a new world of possibilities (Ahem… "Hey Siri, send email to “Training Ideas”). To get started, all you have to do is open the task board action menu and click “Email to task”. Plutio will generate a unique email address for you to send emails to that will create tasks in that particular board.
In an ideal world, you'd never have to pause a subscription, but we all know that having the option when you need it can save you the headache of canceling a subscription only to have to create a new one down the line. That's why we've pressed play on a pause button for subscriptions. It's a minor feature with a major impact that allows you to take control of your subscriptions when you need to hit the brakes. Ready to try it out? Simply head to an active subscription and open the Actions menu.
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