Briefly describe (1-2 sentences) the Bug you’re experiencing:
I like using the “Move to” function in My Tasks, and I customarily put tasks that are part of projects into the ‘Later’ status, knowing that they will be grouped by Project down in that section. But then recently I noticed that if it’s a subtask, it does not actually go under the relevant project, but instead it shows up in the “no project” project section under ‘Later’. Super frustrating as it mixes in with the other truly no project tasks.
Steps to reproduce:
Create a subtask of a task inside of some project. Assign it to yourself. Go to My Tasks, find it at the top (recently assigned) section, and click Move to “Later”. Then you’ll note it went into a “no project” project in the Later section, instead of under its parent task’s parent project.
Google Chrome Version 79.0.3945.130
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I’ve attached. Note the two subtasks at the bottom of the screenshot, clearly demonstrated to be subtasks, as the parent tasks’ names are to the right.