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Embedding Toodledo slim in Gmail



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Roman

Posted: May 17, 2008
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Hi everybody,

I´m a big fan of Gmail. Based on an idea I found here:
http://lifehacker.com/39 0490/gmail-addons-embeds-any-webapp-in-gmail
I wrote a little Greasemonkey script, that integrates Toodledo into Gmail.
A screenshot of how it looks can be found here:
http://skitch.com/di lbert166/mw59/gmail-posteingang-dilbert166-gmail.com

If anybody likes, what they see, the scripts can be downloaded here:
Gmail Addons: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/19956
Toodledo Addon: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/26719


This message was edited May 17, 2008.
jdoree

Posted: May 18, 2008
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By the way, the Skitch link says the item cannot be found.

Thanks for doing this. I'll install the addons anyway. I'd love to see Toodledo more integrated with Gmail. Dragging an email to my task list for a new task would be great. Something like RTM's integration would be great.
jdoree

Posted: May 18, 2008
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The link was wrong for the screenshot. The correct one is this:
http://skitch.com/dilbert166/msiq/gmail-posteingang-dilbert166-gmail.com

So, my question is, how is this different from just having Toodledo in the sidebar using the Toodledo addon? The only difference I can see is the link in the top left. However, you can use a simple keystroke (Alt+Ctrl+S) with the Toodledo addon to achieve the same thing.
Roman

Posted: May 18, 2008
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True, if your Sidebar is not populated by something else. I Like my Bookmarks there, so I do not loose the space of a bookmark toolbar on the top of the screen. You see, I use the All-in-one toolbar plug-in, which auto-collapses, after I chose something from the sidebar.

I just thought it might be a good idea to have my two most valuable productivity tools side by side. If you don´t need it, don´t use it ;-)
16 downloads just today say that somenone is using (or at least trying) it.

Apart from that, I just wanted to see, if I could do it, being lame at java-script as I am. :-)


This message was edited May 18, 2008.
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