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Posted: Dec 20, 2012

How about a discount code for several years of Pro? Subtasks FTW!

Posted: Dec 09, 2010
From Topic: Due Today for Android

I just bought the program after some speedy responses from Chris. I have been using the Lite version for nearly a week and really wanted the sub-tasks feature as well as the widget, so I bought the pay-version.

After installing, I notice that plenty of my tasks are missing. I look over at my Toodledo page and the tasks are there AND the Lite version syncs up properly. The pay version seems to sporadically select which tasks appear. The initial sync took nearly ten minutes and only grabbed 16 tasks. Suffice it to say, I have way more than that.

Also, when I go to my completed tasks, it seems to crash the app. I get a force-close message.

I am running on the Samsung Captivate (Galaxy S) phone. Not very many other programs running. The GTD apps are my core apps on the phone.

Posted: Dec 02, 2010

Thanks for the update.

I have been looking for an Android app for a while now that does what I would like.

Does Got To Do work well with repeating parent/subtasks?

For instance, I have a daily parent task called "Medical." Under that, I have certain prescriptions as subtasks. At the end of the day, all the tasks should be completed and repeat again for the next day. On the iPhone, I used an app called Appigo ToDo and it did that well. However, I am finding the Android apps either don't show the subtasks or delete the parent app after marking it complete and it no longer repeats the next day.

Is this something that will work properly if I buy the app?

Posted: Dec 02, 2010
From Topic: Due Today for Android

I am using the free version right now--I want to be sure it's the app I want before buying.

I noticed something, however, and that is it doesn't seem to carry over repeated tasks with subtasks. For instance, if I have a task that repeats every day with the same exact tasks that repeat with the parent, then mark it as complete, it marks all the subtasks as complete, but kills the task and no longer repeats the next day. The task has the format like this:

Parent Task Title
- Task 1
- Task 2
- Task 3

Is this something that will work properly if I buy the app?

I am coming from the iPhone side of things and fell in love with the Appigo app. I am trying really hard to find an equivalent on the Android platform and I am hoping this is the app that does it. The Appigo Todo app had a really simplified interface that was customizable so I didn't have to see things that weren't important to my task creation. That really is the killer app that is making me want to jump back on the iOS.

I am liking how Chris seems to respond pretty quickly to the requests on this forum, so I am hoping that this app works for me.