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daily checklist with links in Toodledo notes



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joelhfx

Posted: Jan 31, 2013
Score: 1



Daily checklist with links in Toodledo notes. I used to use Evernote for this but found it can be done right in Toodledo if you use the HTML codes as below.

See actual code here: http://pastebin.com/kdWBes8p

Start of Day
<ol>
<li>[ ]Check Outlook Calendar.</li>
<li>[ ]Check Goggle Calendar. </li>
<li>[ ]Identify any conflicts.</li>
<li>[ ]set appropriate reminders for the day.</li>
<li>[ ]Read and process your email inbox: Outlook</li>
<li>[ ]Review your Projects List (W) and review Next Actions for each project.</li>
<li>[ ]Do! Based on schedule and priority.</li>
</ol>
End of day check list
<ol>
<li>[ ]Update Next Actions and notes for each Projects List (W) to review in the morning.</li>
<li>[ ]Review and update your paper note book.</li>
<li>[ ]clear checklist for tomorrow</li>
</ol>

The <li> and <ol> stuff actually works in the notes but not in the forum.


This message was edited Jan 31, 2013.
Salgud

Posted: Jan 31, 2013
Score: 0



Can I ask what this is?
joelhfx

Posted: Jan 31, 2013
Score: 0



Thought I added a title that made that clear. Sorry. Edited to clarify.

edit: Oh, I did have it in the title only once you click on the post it is no longer visible.


This message was edited Jan 31, 2013.
Salgud

Posted: Jan 31, 2013
Score: -1



Ok, now I get how it works. So the next question, is "Why?". Maybe you didn't realize you can create a parent task "Start of Day" (mine's called "Morning Drill"), and then create the subtasks under it? Make the parent task repeat every weekday, and the subtasks "repeat with parent". Then you have your list every morning, but without having to write any code or embed it in a note. You can also create a Saved Search for it, so you can display your Start of Day separate from your other tasks.

Unless, I guess, you just don't want to buy a Pro subscription to get subtasks.
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