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iOS App: expand list view to show child subtasks without having to drill down each parent task

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    Al Sape

    Iโ€™d like to also suggest that this comes along with general greater visibility of Subtasks in the iOS app:

    - see them in the List View as Tim Battย suggests

    - See them in the same pane on the Task Details view, without the need to click over to another screen to see them. ย When having to do that, you really lose context as you can no longer see a taskโ€™s subtasks while looking at the task details, comments, etc. at the same time..

    Similarly it would be great if Custom Fields could open up as well in these views. ย Right now you canโ€™t see either in the Task Details:

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    Hugh

    Hi Tim and Al, thank you for the feedback and the use cases here. It's all been passed on to the Product team. I'll keep you posted on any updatesย ๐Ÿ˜Š

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