When you’re looking at a view in Todoist like Today or a filter, you may wonder how the tasks are ordered. Here’s a quick overview of how tasks are sorted in each view:
|Today and Upcoming||
Due time > priority > task creation date and time > project ID > task ID
In these views, tasks are Smart sorted by default and can be rearranged if they have the same priority and due time.
|Label||Priority > due time and date > project order > task order within their project|
When using a filter without due date queries Priority > due time and date > project order > task order within their project
When using a filter with due date queries Due time > priority > task creation date and time > project ID > task ID
|Project||By default, tasks are shown in the order in which they were added. Tasks are sorted within each section, rather than across sections. You can change the order by sorting a project or by manually dragging and dropping your tasks.|