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Viktor

Posted: Feb 13, 2009



Hi guys,

Toodledo is great! I had to say it first:-)) my only difficulty is the easy handling of subtasks...

While normal tasks can be added quickly by filling out the various fields with the right info, if you adding a subtask you then need to go to the folder where they are and drag&drop them to an existing master task (I know you can navigate to the master task and use add subtask, but 90% of the time I am adding tasks without navigation to the actual master task).

Ideally when you click on the "add a task" green button, there should be a dropdown which would just list context sesitively the available master tasks letting you to pick one qickly - that would make input much easier!

By context sensitively I mean by the time you need to define your master task for the new subtask to be added, you inputted the folder information, so the last dropdown would contain only the master tasks within that folder... This way you could very quickly add subtask regardless of where you are...


Also color-coding the master tasks would go a long way to make big folders easier to see - you could pick in the options to have the bold or bold and a color, etc...

Another improvement would be the ability to "zoom on" certain master task-subtask block, so the rest of the tasks on that page would disappear - this would be cancelled when you navigate away from the page...

The above are in order of priority - they would make my life soo much easier... What do others think about these? I' d like to hear your opinion!


Best regards: Viktor


This message was edited Feb 13, 2009.
Viktor

Posted: Oct 27, 2008



Thanks for Toodledo! It is brilliant.

Is there a way to export a limited set of tasks to an excel or formatted txt file? I have my tasks which I want to do on a given day starred. I would like to get a formatted txt list of these todos only, so I can use these tasks in a different program on my desktop (work-break timer:-)). The export function will list my whole todolist and I need to pick out my starred items.

I think it would be very nice to have an option somewhere at the page to export the actual screen only to a formatted txt file. Is there a way to do this? I tried saving the web page as text, but it gets messed up. I even tried saving it as html, opening it in word, it still got messed up...

Thank you very much for your help in advance!

Viktor
Viktor

Posted: May 26, 2008



Hey,

Pretty useful app! Unfortunately it does not work for me. I have set this up, but it fails with the following trace :


SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : SynchLib:synchronizeTasks() performing full synchronization
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : SynchLib:performFullSync() method called
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : SynchLib:performFullSync() retrieving all toodledo tasks
SyncApp.exe Error: 0 : Error during synchronization There is an error in XML document (205, 26). at System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer.Deserialize(XmlReader xmlReader, String encodingStyle, XmlDeserializationEvents events)
at System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer.Deserialize(XmlReader xmlReader, String encodingStyle)
at System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer.Deserialize(TextReader textReader)
at ToodledoClientLib.EntityFactory.GetTasksFromXml(String xml)
at ToodledoClientLib.ToodledoProxy.getAllTasks()
at SynchLib.SyncTool.performFullSynch(SyncInfo syncinfo)
at SynchLib.SyncTool.synchronizeTasks()
at SyncApp.frmOptions.backgroundWorker1_DoWork(Object sender, DoWorkEventArgs e)

Any idea?

Thnaks Viktor
Viktor

Posted: May 26, 2008
From Topic: View by Status?



The new status feature is great. Would you consider adding the "status" to the top of the list to "view by"? I know I could have a saved search, for status, but I think this field is important enough to have its own "view by" set of tabs... So one could just easily look at the next actions in each project folders for example! To me without this the status field is a "one-armed giant":-)))

Viktor
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