Hello again @Ariadne Marques
Nice to see you again here.
Oh my good !!!
Seeing Todoist with so many colors, I feel like when I'm at a concert with 2,000 other people and I want to find my friend... it's hard for me to concentrate.
If you really want to have a bird's eye view in nirvana seeing all the content categorized according to the list in which it is stored, in the central panel, ... just follow these steps and enjoy what I call "The Hawk's eye"
1. Select an area of responsibility (you can do the same by selecting "All" but a lot of information will be displayed
2. Scroll on the sidebar to the label section.
3. Select the first "All" label
Look at the central part of the screen and see how all the content is organized by lists, including active, inactive and reference lists.
This is only a small example with one of my Areas of Responsability
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By the way.
I came to that conclusion in the year 2015. The feature that I was trying to replicate in the other task managers was "Focus" but the magic of "Focus" in Nirvana is that it is practically unattended. Just set a start date, expiration date, or both and it will appear only in Focus.
In the other tools the management and replication of a "Focus" was totally manual.
Nirvana for me is by far the best.