I am using toodledo and I find it one of the most complete to-do list managers with the ability to set hot tasks, rank priority, put tasks on hold, etc.
However, I find it the worst at noting the process of a task. At work we use Flow and when I want to add something that was done to a task I simply type into the text bar the same way i would with What's App or texting. The program automatically time stamps the note. Then when i ever open the task it shows me the list of notes time stamped all the way down. Great, Exactly what i want to see when I open a task. If i noted I emailed so and so and am waiting for reply, i see the date and time i wrote that so i know how long it has been. Awesome
On toodle do I open a task in order to add a note i need to open the note editor write down everything with the risk of messing up previous text entered and then i need to write down the time and date i did that.
Toodledo would be so much better to use if it implemented the Flow method of making tasks notes.
Any plans on implementing this?
Thanks for the suggestion. We do not comment on timeframes for implementation, but this is on our to-do list.
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