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epjmcm

Posted: Jan 06, 2015
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Any update on when Lists and Outlines will be available in the mobile app and/or m.toodledo.com?
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Jan 06, 2015
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Outlines is already available in both our Android and iOS apps. Lists is coming soon.

Both will be available on our mobile website as well in a future update.
barb.bird.taylor

Posted: Feb 03, 2015
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It is easy to add a list, but I cannot figure out how to print the list. When I click the print button, it just prints what is displayed--which is just the first few words in each column. I have 2 columns that are "list" and 2 that are "text"--I need to see everything I entered, and I cannot figure out how to see it all.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Feb 03, 2015
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Are you pressing the print button that belongs to your web browser, or the print button that is inside the Toodledo webpage that is next to the other icons (delete, share, clone, refresh, etc)? Which web browser do you have?
ann.gus

Posted: Feb 25, 2015
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Any update on Lists coming to the iOS apps? I love the idea of the feature but it won't be helpful to me until I can access shopping and packing lists on my phone.
fey.stranger

Posted: Mar 01, 2015
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Another thank-you and a vote for some sort of hierarchical functionality. I tend to group my list items (grocery by aisle or food type, packing lists by family member and item type, etc) so I think I'm going to put mine in Outlines for now. Still beats a plain note file!
jeremiah.moss

Posted: Apr 12, 2015
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So, came back to Toodledo, found the lists - great!

Although it seems to kinda serve a similar to Tasks, but a lot more powerful since each list can have its own columns. In fact, lists might obsolete tasks for most of my own purposes once they become available for iOS.

I'm kinda left wondering why you chose to make lists something separate, rather than having per-folder configuration for tasks, which would essentially be the same thing.

Ah well, it's still a very good thing nonetheless. The competitor to Toodledo that I tried switching to ended up being klunky in the end, and Toodledo's lists now fills much of the functionality I desired to have.

"Thanks for the suggestion. We do not comment on timeframes for implementation, but this is on our to-do list.

Thanks"

I don't really know if people really want exact times (even if they say they do) as much as indications of progress.

Web development can be a slow thing sometimes, despite all the hubub about technology progressing faster than ever. Probably due to the fact that everything's about servers, databases and networking these days. Lots more overhead than software made in the '80s and '90s. I don't blame people for being impatient.

Lastly: I noticed that in a "Text (Long)" column, the tooltip containing the text disappears quickly when you try to move your mouse over it. This may not seem like undesired behavior at first, but in the case of long text, you can put links into it, which means it's desirable to be able to hover over the text to click on the link.


This message was edited Apr 13, 2015.
ken.michaud

Posted: Apr 15, 2015
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Posted by jeremiah.moss:
I don't really know if people really want exact times (even if they say they do) as much as indications of progress.

Web development can be a slow thing sometimes, despite all the hubub about technology progressing faster than ever. Probably due to the fact that everything's about servers, databases and networking these days. Lots more overhead than software made in the '80s and '90s. I don't blame people for being impatient.


Strongly agree with this. I completely understand why you guys don't implement timelines; your explanation makes a lot of sense.

But how about this: along with every Progress Report, post (with appropriate disclaimers) roughly what we should expect in the near future. No need for specific times, but if it's a feature that you've internally committed to and are actively working on, why not make it public, with whatever degree of vagueness as to its description that you feel comfortable with?
ken.michaud

Posted: Apr 15, 2015
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Something like this would be great, and you wouldn't need timelines or any such thing:

http://www.spiderscribe.net/app/?563c95b9a4bbfe7458034d5863d8bc23
Sabina A.

Toodledo Moderator
Posted: Apr 16, 2015
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Thanks for the suggestion. We'll add it to the list!
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