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    We can certainly consider adding the option of putting those back at the bottom if there is enough demand. In the meantime, you do have options for sync and refresh that don’t require reaching for the menu. For sync, you can make a downward swipe on a task or note list to trigger this. For refresh, an automatic refresh occurs in a variety of conditions, including:

    - After a sync.
    - After switching views.
    - Turning the screen off and on.
    - Switching to another app and back again. For a very fast refresh, try double-tapping on the recent apps button to go to your last used app, then double-tapping again to return to Ultimate To-Do List.
    - Rotating your screen from portrait to landscape, or vice-versa.

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    Would love a Windows 10 Universal app!

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    Jim Lewis commented  · 

    Hope the offset for the Reminder can be different and independent of the offset for the Start date. Outlook might provide an instructive example. Once an offset is chosen between Start date and Due date, if you move the Start date, the Due date moves accordingly. The Due date can be changed without moving the Start date from what is was originally set to. Hope consideration will be given to what happens if one syncs through ToodleDo to Outlook as I do.

    Would also be great if you change offsets that task remembers changed values so if you clone it as a template and you've chosen 1 week between Start and Due dates and a reminder 48 hours before the Due date that if you clone the task, the clone inherits the progenitor's settings, etc.

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