Thank you for replying. Unfortunately I was hoping to take advantage of the fact that, when you enable the option to hide checked items, when the first item gets checked off a list the next item becomes number 1. So if a filtering system like the one I was asking about existed, you would be able to have a number of projects with multiple sequential items and just see the next “doable” (first) items for all projects at the same time.
I could create an “item 1” tag as you suggest. But then every time I do the next action in a project I would have to delete the “item 1” tag, check off the item, then add the tag to the next item and so on, which is not a very agile way of working.
I’m trying to implement David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” system using dynalist. It mostly works really for it, but this is perhaps the biggest issue I have when trying to fully implement GTD. If you can think of any other way to achieve what I want, or if there’s an upcoming feature that will enable me to do it, please let me know.
Regardless, thank you for taking the time to answer.