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Can I customise Calendar view?



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2007ajh

Posted: Mar 19, 2011
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I have been using Toodledo for some months now along with Google Calendar.
I have made many attempts to integrate the desktop versions of these with the built-in Apple programs on my Pod touch and my iPad as well as using the Toodledo.

I have now finally come to the conclusion that I can replace everything with just Toodledo on the desktop and the Toodledo App for the iPod and iPad.

I am designating my timed appointments as tasks so that everything, appoints and tasks, show up on single Toodledo lists. This looks to be an ideal solution for me.

The only things I really miss are the following features on the Google Calendar.
1) Ability to edit a single occurrence of a repeating event.
2) Show all occurrences of a repeating event in the List views and on the Toodledo calendar

Am I missing something here? Is it possible to do these two things?


Thanks
Tony
Salgud

Posted: Mar 21, 2011
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Posted by 2007ajh:

The only things I really miss are the following features on the Google Calendar.
1) Ability to edit a single occurrence of a repeating event.
2) Show all occurrences of a repeating event in the List views and on the Toodledo calendar

Am I missing something here? Is it possible to do these two things?


You can't do either of those things because TD only creates the next instance of a repeating task when the existing one is done. There is no list of all the upcoming repeats to edit or to see on the calendar.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Mar 21, 2011
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Toodledo is primarily a task manage, not a calendaring application, which is why there are slight differences to how repeating tasks are managed. Repeating tasks on Toodledo are created when you check off the previous version.
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