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david.arcoleo

Posted: Mar 14, 2008
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Hi all, I just started using Toodledo Pro after being an almost satisfied user of RTM. The one thing RTM didn't have which I need is good printing. Printing here blows it away. Couple things though

1. If you print from the web page, say group by context, it would be nice to have the context column disappear as it is redundant and wastes space.

2. How do you get the tag to show up on booklet?

3. On booklet, Having the folder in large/bold heading (but less so than context) would be a good option instead of having it on each line. The way it currently prints makes it look like what a tag should be.

Thanks,
-Dave
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Mar 14, 2008
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Thanks for the suggestions.
joe.jansen

Posted: Jun 11, 2008
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Posted by david.arcoleo:
Hi all, I just started using Toodledo Pro after being an almost satisfied user of RTM. The one thing RTM didn't have which I need is good printing. Printing here blows it away. Couple things though

1. If you print from the web page, say group by context, it would be nice to have the context column disappear as it is redundant and wastes space.

2. How do you get the tag to show up on booklet?

3. On booklet, Having the folder in large/bold heading (but less so than context) would be a good option instead of having it on each line. The way it currently prints makes it look like what a tag should be.

Thanks,
-Dave


One more thing to add to the list. We can print a list grouped by folder, or a list grouped by context. I would like to be able to print a list grouped by Tag, since the tag is how I mark my Next Action items.

--Joe

edit: Never mind, as I found the status thread. Although, as I mention there, it would be nice to be able to sort into the booklet based on status.


This message was edited Jun 11, 2008.
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