I’ve written before about how small things can make a big difference: Getting rid of your email folders in Outlook, Using “Send & Archive” in Gmail, and things like that. This is another example of that — it’ll only save you a couple of seconds, but it’ll save you those few seconds often, and it adds up to decent savings.
The project list in Nozbe can get a bit long for some of us, especially in Nozbe 2.0. I’m waiting for them to compress the size of it a little bit more. In the meantime, this will help. I often have to scroll down pretty far to find a specific project. When I click on it, the project data would load in the center panel, but then I’d have to scroll all the way back up to the top to see it. Now, when you choose a project on the left, the view automatically scrolls back up to the top. Like I said, it’s a very small change, but very useful.
If you’re still confused about what I mean, check out the video below or read the full post on the Nozbe blog.