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What new connections do you want to see?
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Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Jun 16, 2008
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We already have a number of useful ways to connect your Toodledo account with other websites, applications and gadgets (Firefox Add-on, Google Gadget, iPhone mini-site, Twitter, etc, etc, etc...)

Here are some others that are already on our to-do list and under development.

1. Native iPhone app
2. Google gears (for offline access)
3. Blackberry
4. Windows Mobile devices

What other ones would you like to see?


This message was edited Jun 16, 2008.
jdoree

Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: -1 Reference
1. Gmail integration
2. Native iPhone app
3. Google gears
4. Gmail integration

:)

Thanks for asking!
Darius_1296933579

Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
Palm OS/Palm Treo platform
kleerkoat

Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
thunderbird, gmail, google cal
amart

Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
Are these read-only connections or two-way? On the connections page, the iCal subscription section says

"Publishing your to-do list as an iCal subscription will allow Google Calendar, Apple's iCal, or many other calendar programs to stay synchronized with your Toodledo account."

When I add tasks using Thunderbird (with Lightning and Provider), which has a connection with my Toodledo iCal feed, they do not show up.

Is this by design? If so, can you change it to synchronize instead?

Thanks.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: 0 Reference
Unfortunately, the iCal file format only provides for one-way synchronization.

If we were to bypass the iCal feed and instead do a deep integration with an application like Thunderbird, then two-way sync would be possible.
amart

Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: -1 Reference
Thanks for responding.

If that is the case, then my answer to the original question would be:

1. Thunderbird
2. Windows Mobile
3. Google Gears
4. Google Calendar
vegheadjones

Posted: Jun 16, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
I vote for Thunderbird as well
Jeremy

Posted: Jun 17, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
1. Blackberry
2. Google Calendar - Ability to place appointment/tasks that are time/date specific from Toodledo.
Eric

Posted: Jun 18, 2008
Score: -1 Reference
1 more vote for an iPhone Native App
scibotic

Posted: Jun 18, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
Google gears all the way, I'd use it on two devices I have that run Firefox and just in case for my desktop computer.

If you do get around to it could you make sure it works with the Slim/iPhone interface though? Thing is these devices have small screens and the standard interface isn't terribly useful on them.

Some love for Thunderbird/Lightning or SunBird wouldn't be too shabby either.


This message was edited Jun 18, 2008.
J-Mac

Posted: Jun 19, 2008
Score: -1 Reference
Backpack Calendar... Please??

Thanks!

Jim
Simone

Posted: Jun 21, 2008
Score: 3 Reference
Hi,
I have three suggestions:

1) provide separate icalendar links for each context and/or each folder and/or hotlist and starred

2) support caldav access to calendars (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CalDAV)

3) imap access to tasks (as apple mail implements in leopard)

I don't know if these things are feasible (in particular n.3) but I would love them!
Simone
Jeremy

Posted: Jun 23, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
@Simone

I lke the idea of No. 1!
Mark Lewis

Posted: Jun 27, 2008
Score: 1 Reference
1. Gmail integration
2. IPhone native app

I live all day in GMail, so something like RTM's GMail functionality would be excellent.
hds

Posted: Jul 13, 2008
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This message was edited Jul 13, 2008.
MC

Posted: Jul 19, 2008
Score: -1 Reference
Thunderbird/Lightning would be great.
nitin

Posted: Jul 19, 2008
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Native blackberry...independent of the awful task app on the bberry.
Pedja

Posted: Jul 20, 2008
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Ability to quickly add a task from QuickSilver (on the Mac) and Launchy (on the PC) would be great. Or has someone already developed these? (I looked but couldn't find anything)
JonG

Posted: Jul 28, 2008
Score: -1 Reference
I may be talking about things I don't understand, but if you synced with Mac OS/X Sync Services, wouldn't that open up a lot of other possibilities for devices and applications that also support Sync Services? Just a thought off the top of mind.

Oh, and I second (or third, or fourth) the native Blackberry option. Much as I love the idea of an iPhone, there are a lot more of us Blackberry users out here (for now).

I'll post some interface suggestions elsewhere. ThanX for the good work as you keep advancing.


This message was edited Jul 28, 2008.
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