I like this. I don’t want completed items taking up precious screen space. I’d prefer to keep them for archival purposes. But I’m forced to delete them because there is no solution.
I’d need something more elegant than a completed section at the bottom of the doc. That would make a jumble of too many disparate items from many different lists. My design solution would be similar to an HTML anchor (or more traditional bookmark). Each node would have two properties - 1. Anchor and 2. Completed Archive.
The Anchor is a name assigned to a node (B in this example) that would be used for archives (and other related functions) that says if the name is specified and activated in node A, then continue processing here in node B.
The Completed Archive has a pulldown list can be activated to display a list of defined Anchors from which one can be selected. When a node child is marked Complete, Dynalist checks the Completed Archive value of its parent, node A in my example. If there is a value, such as the name associated with node B, the completed node is moved to the top of the list under node B.