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Yvonne

Posted: Sep 18, 2008
From Topic: Calendar View



Jake,
Could you please change or add a view on the calendar to show the tasks names/descriptions or a portion of them in the calendar view. Having to select each one to figure out what's due on what day reduces our efficiency in using Toodledo, and after a while is just frustrating.

And, if you have nothing better to do, I'd love to use Toodledo to plan my projects with timelines and gant chart views something like microsoft Project (but definitely not as bloated). If durations were added to tasks and a gant chart view added to calendar it would be the ultimate project planner in my mind. Having to use another program to generate tasks and then re-entering them into Toodledo takes a bunch of time.
Yvonne

Posted: Sep 04, 2008
From Topic: iPhone App



I really hope the Toodledo folks create a native iPhone app. I use tags extensively and do all of my sorts based on tags. Without the option of using tags and contexts ToDo is just not usable for me at all. If they add those things so it works very similarly to Toodledo I'll start using it more, but as of now I tend to always go to my Toodledo iPhone app instead of ToDo. If I'm in a pinch and need to add tasks by email I will at times use ToDo, but that's about it.

Please create a rich native app just like Toodledo with all your brilliance!
Yvonne

Posted: Jul 14, 2008
From Topic: iPhone App



I'm really tempted because everyone says it's so great, but I love my slim version of Toodledo. There is only one thing remaining on my 'want' list that they have not added. I use it constantly. I will give this other one a try for times when I can't get the real thing online, or when edge is just too frustrating, but I do not want my friends here at Toodledo to stop evolving the iPhone product. I would dearly love them to create their own native iPhone app. In fact that was the first thing I searched for in the App Store. I am a huge fan because it has changed my life really, and not just my work life. I tend to be very busy and very forgetful. Once I got my blessed iPhone it led me to Toodledo and now I don't forget things any more. I will try this and wait for the day when they create their own incredible app!
Yvonne

Posted: May 06, 2008
From Topic: Subtasks ARGHHH!



I haven't found a way to make a task a sub-task in the iPhone view. I use sub-tasks extensively, but it's hard to do my planning on the run because I always have to go back to my desktop to re-evaluate all my tasks into sub-tasks. If there was an add subtask button or make this task a subtask button it would be really great!
Yvonne

Posted: May 06, 2008



I've solved my issues with priorities by using a series of numbered tags. I basically decide if the project is a 1, 2 or 3 priority among all and decide what sequence the tasks need to be done in order, starting with that priority. If it's a priority 2 project I tag the first task 2 then sequentially on down. Then I do sorts for all folders by tag so I can review all my 1's & 2's to see what things should happen today & this week. If I could use tags in my hotlist criteria this would make the hotlist much more useful to me. In the GTD style you don't want to have to give everything a priority & due date. You only put due dates on those things that have to be done on that day. If you could choose your criteria using priorities, dates & tags we could really customize a system that works for many situations. I love Toodledo by the way!
Yvonne

Posted: May 06, 2008
From Topic: Starred Tasks



You can't seem to use the stars in sorting? Can this be added? I use it to denote the next action for each project. If I could use it as one of the sort features then I could make sure it always appeared on the top of the list instead of messing with the other sort criteria.

Also, can't wait until you can see them on the iPhone since that's where I use it most.
Yvonne

Posted: Mar 26, 2008



I love the updates to the iPhone version! Thanks for adding Length to the sort list. When you first added the little go-back button it seemed to take you back one screen. Now it takes you back to the home screen which you could already do by hitting the Toodledo logo. It would be very useful to have the back button take you back to the last list screen especially when adding a task. Typically I will review my list in folder view, sort it by context or length & then add tasks. When I've completed the add task function, I need to then go back to my sorted list to see what else I need to add. Right now both the back button and the Toodledo link take me to the home screen & I have to dig back down to see my list every time. Wastes a lot of time. Using the iPhone back arrow takes several clicks as well & requires a refresh to see the added task. Also if you could make the default folder to the folder you were in when adding the task like you do on the regular version it would be helpful. I often forget to change it because that's the default on the regular version. I love the web app & these changes would make it even better, for me anyway.
Yvonne

Posted: Mar 26, 2008
From Topic: Welcome



The thing that has changed my productivity and my life has been the iPhone. I had been holding out on getting a smart phone because they didn't quite do what I wanted. Then I heard a continuous rumor that Apple was developing the iPhone so on my birthday this year it appeared. It was meant to be. Trying to organize my life around this new tool led me to GTD which led me to Toodledo on my iPhone. I wouldn't have found it had I not been induced by my new tool & the extra time constraints of a baby. It changed the way I work, the way I spend those never ending waiting periods in life and my connectivity. I always know what I'm doing, where I am and where I'm going. I can work anywhere and I never have to waste time unless I want to. It was exactly what I was waiting for and has exceeded all my expectations. Toodledo has been a very large part of that. To me they are one in the same. Without Toodledo the iPhone would not be as functional, but the two together are phenomenal.
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