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Here is a sentence from a task management app:

The app allows you to add tasks in several ways and in one of them you can pull down on a list to put a task to the top.

I am not sure about the meaning of the phrase pull down on here.

Any suggestions?

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I'm interpreting this question as pertaining to the preposition 'on,' which doesn't appear strictly necessary.

In this case, I imagine "pull down" is used as a fixed expression, and "on" directs the destination of the action - this makes sense to me, if the the language used is in the context of a touch user interface, but I could be wrong.

For another (perhaps better) explanation, here's a question regarding the same set of words from two years ago: what does ''pull down on'' mean?

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