There are times when you'll want to only see tasks from a certain project, a group of projects or even just a section within a project – for instance when things get busy and you want to focus.
You can search for tasks in a project, a sub-project or a section by simply entering a search query into the search bar at the top of your Todoist. For example, if you typed #Work, you’ll see all the tasks in the Work project.
Here are some other handy search queries to use to find tasks by a project, a sub-project, or a section:
|Query||What it does|
|#Work||Shows all the tasks in the “Work” project.|
|#*Work||Shows all the tasks in projects which name ends with "work". For example, #Artwork, #Network, and #Work.|
|##Work||Shows all the tasks in the “Work” project and all its sub-projects.|
|/Bills||Shows all the tasks from all sections with the name "Bills" in their names, no matter the project (for example, you would see tasks both from the section "Household Bills" in your "Home" project, as well as the section "Work Bills" in your "Work" project).|
|/Bills*||Shows all the tasks from all sections which name begins with "Bills", no matter the project (for example, if you have a section called "Bills to pay" and a section called "Bills to reimburse", you will see tasks from both of these sections).|
|#Work & /Bills||Shows all tasks belonging to the section "Bills" in the project "Work".|
|##Work & tomorrow||Shows all the tasks in the “Work” project and all its sub-projects and due tomorrow.|
|##Housework & p1||Shows all the tasks in the “Housework” project and all its sub-projects that are priority 1.|
|7 days & #Work & Assigned to: Mary Smith||Shows all tasks due in the next 7 days of the Work project that are assigned to any collaborator with the name “Mary Smith”.|