Besides the other great examples posted, the Asana “My Tasks” example @joseph posted has a few features that are excellent for a “List View” format of all tasks assigned to a user across boards and workspaces:
~ Collapsible “Standard Views” of Today, Upcoming and Later - Those of us who are visual really appreciate this. Being able to remove specific sections from the view mitigates the sense of feeling overwhelmed by a list with hundreds of tasks. Removing items from the visual field that don’t require our immediate focus helps us “visuals” see and think more clearly about what needs attending to.
~ Automatically arrange items into sections by filtered due date - In the example video, the presenter refers to her concern that Asana doesn’t do this (Asana’s dragging and dropping as the only way to rearrange a list of hundreds of items is tedious and time consuming). I would love if Infinity would include the arrange items filtered by due date feature in their implementation, along with dragging and dropping that includes when dragging an item to “Today” its due date automatically changes to today.
~ Include the ability for users to create and name custom sections within the list that augment the “Standard Views” of Today, Upcoming and Later - So we could also break it up anywhere into preferred sections; here the user-created sectioning of the list could either be separate from the “Standard Views” or within the lists “Standard Views”.
I suppose the developers could incorporate these features into a viewing format other than “List View”, so having them included in whichever viewing format they create would be helpful.
Is it possible that - in the spirit of Infinity boards’ data multiple layout view - the developers can create a multiple layout view of “See all tasks assigned to a user across boards and workspaces”? Perhaps it’s too complicated to do, but being able to see different views of this all-important data is a nice thought, and if they did it well, it would surely put Infinity more apart from the pack.