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Project Management with lists and saved searches



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vivendom.budget

Posted: Oct 08, 2013
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I want to suggest you a new feature.

It could be something similar as the pernanent link for tasks that i am actually using on lists with great success.

I just need to add the ability to create permanent links for saved searches.

I think that is easy to implement, because you have saved search functionality created. I just need the link.

Example of application for Project management:

You could implement a template for controlling your Projects easily with lists and saved search links.

How?

1)Each line of your list will be a step of your workflow.
2)Create all the tasks of your workflow.
3)Group your tasks on workflow steps.
4)Create saved searches for finding those groups.
5)Dedicate one cell for adding step saved searched link.
6)Dedicate one cell for "checkboxing" your workflow steps.

I hope that you like it and you consider the option of having saved search links in the future.

Thanks !


This message was edited Oct 08, 2013.
Salgud

Posted: Oct 08, 2013
Score: -1



Posted by vivendom.budget:


I think that is easy to implement, because you have saved search functionality created. I just need the link.



You must have extensive web development experience. Can you give us an idea of what sorts of web sites you've developed?
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Oct 08, 2013
Score: 0



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

Thanks
JPR

Posted: Oct 12, 2013
Score: 0



Posted by vivendom.budget:
...I just need to add the ability to create permanent links for saved searches....


I've been clicking on links to saved searches in my Weekly Review subtask notes for years. This is for Chrome, but the basic concept should work in other browsers.

In the Search view:

1) Right click on the Saved search (left column)
2) Select "Open Link in New Tab"
3) Go to the new tab and copy the unique URL
4) Paste wherever

-OR- (more simply)

1) Right click on the Saved search (left column)
2) Select "Copy Link Address"
3) Paste wherever

BTW, this works for any view in Toodledo. Example, the URL for "Recently Added" is:

https://www.toodledo.com/tasks/index.php#main_1

Some caveats:
When using the link, if it points to the same "View By" page you may need to do a page refresh. As long as you are linking to a different "View By" page it will work flawlessly.
vivendom.budget

Posted: Oct 18, 2013
Score: 0



Thank you so much !
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