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Viewing completed tasks



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lidiam

Posted: Jul 24, 2012
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Hi all

I'm brand new to Toodledo and so far am unable to see all my completed tasks. In fact, searching a bit through forums, I'm not sure such a feature exists. It would be great to have an option to see tasks completed in the last week, month, 6 months, etc. Or to view them month by month. I know there is a search feature, but that does not apply to all situations. Being able to view completed tasks via calendar/time period would be very helpfull. For example, having completed tasks displayed in the last month by completion date - where tasks completed on specific dates are clearly shown by alternating clear and greyed out rows, would be great.

Btw, I'm using browser version of the app at the moment.

Thanks
Lidia
lidiam

Posted: Jul 24, 2012
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OK, looking some more through the forums, I found how to get completed tasks searching by date ranges. It would be nice to have the greyed out alternating rows for different dates, but I'm glad to see the feature is there.

Thanks
Lidia
lidiam

Posted: Jul 24, 2012
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A little more on the completed tasks topic...

When I'm in calendar view, I don't see all the completed tasks for a specific date. For example, when I use search I see 3 tasks completed on the 16th of July, but when I go to calendar view, I only see one on that day. What could be the reason?

Another thing is that when I'm viewing a particular date in the past, in calendar, I often see "You've done everything in this tab!" message, even for days where I had no tasks scheduled. This is misleading. I would certainly prefer to see "No tasks in this tab" message instead.

Lidia
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Jul 24, 2012
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Thanks for the feedback. Here is some information about completed tasks:

http://www.toodledo.com/info/help.php?sel=126
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