Subtasks can be added for each tasks. It's just simple text with check/uncheck which can be done by tapping circle for each subtask. Subtasks status are shown on tasks list by numbers with format of (completed subtasks/total subtasks).

1. Subtasks on iOS version
2. Subtasks on macOS version (Integrated Panels)
3. Subtasks on macOS version in Subtasks Panel

On macOS, you can toggle to integrate panels into main window. On top menu bar, go into 'View > Integrate Panels' to toggle it. By checking it, Subtasks and Quick Actions will be shown at the bottom of right pane. Checking it off will let you open panels for Quick Actions (CMD-K) and Subtasks (CMD-/). Each panels can be moved anywhere and will stick to main window.

How it's stored

Subtasks are saved in notes field of Reminders data. It's shown as below format.

[ ] Task 1 : Active Subtask
[x] Task 2 : Completed Subtask

Adding text with [ ] and [x] on notes field will work as subtasks in GoodTask.

Moving Tasks and Subtasks

You can drag and drop tasks and subtasks. Drag multiple tasks into a task and subtasks will be made into that task. You can also drag subtasks between tasks to make new tasks with subtasks' title. Moving between subtasks and tasks (Subtasks <-> Tasks) will always be copied.

Dragging subtasks into a task will move subtasks from one task to another. (Existing ones will be deleted)

Show/Hide Completed and Paste directly from clipboard buttons


Two buttons are added on v4.1.2 at the bottom of subtasks. One is a circle which shows/hides completed subtasks like the one on tasks list view. Another one is 'Paste' button which will only show if you have text on your clipboard.

Tap it to make subtasks directly from text on your clipboard. If it's multi-lined text, multiple subtasks will be made directly. This is both available on iOS and macOS versions. Thanks!