When I look at a task, I look at the description and comments to see updates. On a task that gets touched a lot (a complex or stubborn one), there are typically numerous timestamps and changes.
In a system where we are used to scanning from top to bottom (task list), why are these updates displayed with the oldest on top and the newest at the bottom? This creates the need to scroll down to see the most recent updates. It makes the newest, usually most relevant information buried by default.
Can this be flipped so that a task displays the newest changes / comments / updates at the top, and then flowing downward in reverse chronological order?