Thought I’d perhaps explain thresholds a little bit.
Using the threshold determines when to show a task or keep it hidden (or optionally to sort it as an inactive task so you can see it but it’s sorted last and looks different).
So a line that is
2018-07-03 This is my task that won’t be shown until next year t:2019-07-03
Will be hidden until 2019-07-03.
Since it’s not so fun to have write these dates, it’s possible to use relative shorthand. So entering
2018-07-03 This is my task that won’t be shown until next year t:+1y
will have the same effect. Todour will replace the t:+1y with t:2019-07-03. You can use “d” for days, “w” for weeks, “m” for months and “y” for years. No combinations are possible though as I couldn’t see any need for them. Let me know if I am wrong 🙂
I added a different kind of thresholds as well. I am not sure if any other implementation supports this, but I wanted it so you got it 🙂
See the below example:
2018-07-03 This is a task with a +project tag
2018-07-03 This is a task that has a threshold of that +project tag t:+project
If you turn on the option of respecting thresholds for projects and contexts, the second line will be hidden until all lines with the +project tag have been checked or removed. This makes it possible to create dependencies between tasks, making tasks stay out of the way until something else is done.
Hope this is of any use.