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johnwin

Posted: Oct 15, 2012



Posted by YEYE1977:
Hi,
<span>
I'm the developer of toodleTasks. I recently ported my app from webos to android (and blackberry). If you are looking for a clean interface and support for all the majors toodledo features you can take a look at my app at www.prodisoft.ch</span>


Hi YEYE1977 - I love the look of toodleTasks on my Nexus 7 tablet. But I really struggle to find my way around the interface. Is there a guide or a video tutorial anywhere?

Thanks.
johnwin

Posted: Oct 19, 2011
From Topic: New Third-Party App



A more helpful post would include an idea what platform the app runs on and a link to the developer website or (in this case) the Apple App store.

I think this is the app in question:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/todonote/id445815373?mt=8

Looks like they managed to take the often criticised toodledo UI and made it even worse!
johnwin

Posted: Oct 19, 2011



I've tried Appigo, 2Do, Pocket Informant and the Toodledo app. For me the Toodledo app is the best one.

I don’t like the way Appigo and 2Do 'hide' Project and Context views, the PI UI has not improved since I was using it on Windows Mobile 5 years ago.

The toodledo app just works for me.
johnwin

Posted: Oct 19, 2011



Yep, TE support is most welcome. Thank you
johnwin

Posted: Oct 10, 2011



Depending on what browser you use (either Firefox or Chrome) you could consider using the Stylish plugin or Greasemonkey and then using some of the usersyles found here:

http://bit.ly/nEhvGO

Be careful as not many of the styles are written for the new layout.

Find out more about stylish for Firefox or Chrome here:

http://userstyles.org/stylish

Find out more about greasemonkey here:

http://www.greasespot.net/
johnwin

Posted: Oct 10, 2011
From Topic: Markdown Support



+1
johnwin

Posted: Oct 10, 2011



You can subscribe to you task RSS feed. http://www.toodledo.com/info/help.php?search=rss

This will get you part way there.
johnwin

Posted: Oct 10, 2011



@Toodledo

Are there any plans to adopt Markdown or Multi Markdown as a more user friendly way to format notes? Please say yes ;^)

Edit: just found this thread so fingers crossed:

http://www.toodledo.com/forums/2/11496/-2/markdown-support.html#end


This message was edited Oct 10, 2011.
johnwin

Posted: Oct 10, 2011



From the Help files:

How do I create links or use special formatting in notes?

You can attach long notes to any of your tasks. It may be useful to format these notes with bold or italic text and to insert clickable links.
To format notes, you can use certain HTML tags. Supported HTML tags include , , <a>, <ul>, <ol>, and <li>. To use an HTML tag, you must surround the text that you want to format in the appropriate tag.

To make something bold you would type: bold. To make something italics you would type: italics.

Any URL that begins with http:// will automatically be recognized and converted into a clickable link for you. You can also use a standard HTML <a href> tag to make a link.

To make a bulleted or numbered list, you can use the <ul>, <ol>, and <li> tags. For example: <ol><li>one</li><li>two</li></ol> would produce:

one
two


Link here:

http://www.toodledo.com/info/help.php?search=use+special+formatting


This message was edited Oct 10, 2011.
johnwin

Posted: Aug 10, 2011



Yes, all fixed as of tonight for me. Thanks Toodledo
johnwin

Posted: Mar 26, 2011
From Topic: NOTES



YOU TAKE OFF THE CAPS LOCK

. . . the you realize that notes can only be linked to a folder.

You can add 'a note' to any task - by hitting the little note icon to the righthand column
johnwin

Posted: Feb 23, 2011



The script author is not re-writing it for Chrome :(

See this thread:

http://www.toodledo.com/forums/3/7525/2/greasemonkey-script-to-edit-multiple-tasks.html
johnwin

Posted: Feb 22, 2011
From Topic: "plonk" function



If you are a firefox user then try this greasemonkey script:

http://www.toodledo.com/forums/3/7525/2/greasemonkey-script-to-edit-multiple-tasks.html
johnwin

Posted: Feb 22, 2011



There is a great userscript for those of you using Firefox that allows batch processing. It is discussed n these forums, see link below:

http://www.toodledo.com/forums/3/7525/2/greasemonkey-script-to-edit-multiple-tasks.html

I just wish it would work in Chrome!
johnwin

Posted: Feb 05, 2011



You need to raise this problem with the developer of the 3rd party app
johnwin

Posted: Feb 04, 2011



" Tasks with an alarm, but without a due-time will no longer beep relative to midnight. They will beep relative to noon."

Thank you - you have just saved my marriage!

A great update. Now I'm just waiting for the ability to tie Location to Context rather than having to set both Context and Location for each task.
johnwin

Posted: Jan 28, 2011
From Topic: Chrome Web Store



Eliot,

Just a note to say thanks for the extension. I've been using it for a month or two now and love it.

A web clipper to add either the selected text or a whole page to toodledo would be great. Not sure if this can be done without using the API though.

toodledo,

I also would love a webapp version for chrome. Please.
johnwin

Posted: Jan 28, 2011



Posted by carstenoe:

Or is their another way to pass a Mail from the IPad to Toodledo on the IPad?


Could you forward the email to your toodledo email address?

Still does not solve to inability to open the attachment on the ipad though
johnwin

Posted: Jan 12, 2011



excellent news. I hope this carries forward on the iOS app too
johnwin

Posted: Jan 09, 2011
From Topic: recently added search



Or just search for tasks with no folder assigned. This is assuming that all you non-Jott tasks have had a folder assigned when you added them via the web interface

That is how I do it - a saved search for no folder or mo context picks up all the item I email in to toodledo (I really should learn the subject line context!)
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