Agree. I would GLADLY pay a subscription to outliner online to ensure it keeps on working and especially if regularly added features. It's languishing right now and it's a critical part of my work flow.
Disagree. Remember, every feature added increases complexity. iOS is great for keeping apps small and focused. It's easy to copy a task to a dedicated reminder app if that's what it needs. That's what I do. When it's done, you delete it from the task app and then delete it from the project list in Outliner. No one app is going to do each kind of personal information item in your life as well as a collection of apps will.
I want to use 'hide completed' but instead I have to delete finished items because they clutter the web version.
I would downvote this if possible. I have a Mac, but I also work and am required to use Windows. Limited development resources devoted to one platform is not my idea of a great idea. The one platform he should devote his time to is iOS and the web should be a passable way to use the app if you're at a desktop.
I use the online version all the time and there's no organization. It's a mess!
I support this but ONLY if you could also organize outlines into folders. Right now I use tags to at least give one level of top level organization to my outlines. It's tough I can't go deeper.