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Tee7

Posted: Mar 19, 2014



Do negative priority tasks show up in toodledo's ical calendar? Or those with a status that are typically hidden/filtered?
Tee7

Posted: Feb 22, 2014



It stays expands about 10 - 20% of the time. Don't see why. Once when I backed out the app and went back in it stayed expanded. Seem intermittent.
Tee7

Posted: Feb 20, 2014



No its not. I watched it yesterday morning. It did a couple of times so I thought I was mistaken but then it started doing the same thing again. Im in and out of the app throughout the day checking things off so I will make note of what Im doing and whether it does it when I back completely out of the app vs jumping from screen to screen.
Tee7

Posted: Feb 19, 2014



Just as Folder, Tag, Location stay expanded within the iphone apps home page can the save searches stay expanded also.

Also as a suggestion the saved search filters are a powerful feature for toodledo. Besides the calendar it was the main thing that had me on the fence to keep using Pocket Informant. I just realized today you do have the same thing. I started using saved searches this week. Would be good for it to stand out more as a selling feature. Plus when logged in you only see 'Search' on the left. Letting the option for saved filter searches stand out more on the default landing page would make users more aware of that great function.
Tee7

Posted: Feb 17, 2014



I read a post about a Toosday tip and had a question about how to set up routine list items. It was concerning subtasks. My guess is comments to tips are not reviewed so I am reposting here.

Original post:
Todays Toodledo Toosday Tip:

Did you know that you can use the status field and subtasks to organize your week?

Place an "active" status on the parent tasks and then organize the subtasks, using the status field, depending on its importance for that week!


My comment/question: So if I do quarterly things along with the seasons changing but I dont want them clogging up my list how does this work? Say I have a fall to-do list. I still want a task as a memory jogger.....like 'start fall checklist'that shows up in my active list with whatever date I set. If I changed the status of the detailed subtasks to a deferred setting they disappear until needed? If that is the case, where would i view the whole list say if I want to add something to it?
Tee7

Posted: Feb 13, 2014



Pardon my few posts this morning. I am going from toodledo web and pocket informant app combo back to toodleo app and site only. Im also setting up a new process for handling my tasks...

Question: Toodledo is in the list of the iphone's background app refresh. Does this mean that I will get the app updated with the website even if I don't open it? I ask because I have gmail and ifttt autoforwarding on some things. If it does refresh in the background, how often is it? If not will the web based alarms be sufficient. I have it set up to get alarms for new tasks to include incoming emails.
Tee7

Posted: Feb 13, 2014



Sorry... misspelled the app name in subject title. Toodle is the contact name I use because I can't get Siri to understand toodledo. lol
Tee7

Posted: Feb 13, 2014



I can't seem to find where the order listing for the folders on the home page is coming from. They don't match up with my manual listing order. They are not in order by folders containing the most tasks. Neither are they alphabetical. If I can select which ones will show up without hitting 'more' that would be great. Just don't see any thing that causes the order they have.

This message was edited Feb 13, 2014.
Tee7

Posted: Feb 13, 2014



So if I do quarterly things along with the seasons changing but I dont want them clogging up my list how does this work? Say I have a fall to-do list. I still want a task as a memory jogger.....like 'start fall checklist'that shows up in my active list with whatever date I set. If I changed the status of the detailed subtasks to a deferred setting they disappear until needed? If that is the case, where would i view the whole list say if I want to add something to it?
Tee7

Posted: Feb 13, 2014



I've seen the older topics and formula for importance. Just wanted to add a +1 to include heavier weight based on due date. For example a >7 day over due tasks would carry more weight and >30 even more. Not necessarily those number of days but you get my drift. I know that tasks can be starred but some of us need something automatically moved into our faces :) I tend to let things slip through the cracks. Had an old palm app that did something like that and I miss the feature. Looked for something similar a while back but couldnt find it.
Tee7

Posted: Feb 09, 2014



I recently started using Beeminder which is basically a service/site that holds you accountable for habits and tasks by pledging dollars for derailing. I thought I could do some automation through ifttt by having completed tasks emailed from ifttt to beeminder. But went I looked at the toodledo options on ifttt they are for new tasks only. As an example I was trying to log a certain number of completed violin practices for a week. Each repeating violin task in toodledo is an hour. This is just one of a number of things. Would be great if completed tasks with certain tags or in certain folders could initiate actions. Not just newly created ones. Is this something being considered? Doing so within ifttt would also bring more ifttt services into play

Or even taking it a step further toodledo integrating with beeminder directly would be even better ;) Im sure this would be a much lower priority but it doesnt hurt to put it out there.
Tee7

Posted: Aug 02, 2013



I have certain emails forwarded into toodledo for action. Because of this I have my default setting for emailed todos set for due today. I want those to have a date of today because I want to see them when I check my todo list throughout the day. But there are times when I email myself in tasks that are not a priority at all. Is there a way to make those have no date? Is there anything I can put behind the #sign so it will override my default settings? I want to give them a date later. On a weekly basis I select to dos for the week.
Tee7

Posted: Aug 02, 2013



In the mean time a workaround for anyone who does not want to use the Reminder import because other folders are dedicated to other apps...just have Siri send an email to a contact set up for toodledo email forwarding.
Tee7

Posted: Aug 02, 2013



I fooled around with this this morning with no luck. In fact I googled it and this was the second post that came up. lol. Did not find any hits that showed how to set priority with Siri. Looks like the only thing is to confirm creation of the task then click on the reminder to go in and edit it.
Tee7

Posted: Aug 01, 2013



Posted by Jake:
Toodledo will import any tasks inside Apple's Reminders app, regardless of if they were added via Siri or otherwise. The folder is currently ignored when importing from Reminders, but we are looking into support folders in a future update.


Having a specific folder would be great since I and probably others use reminders to funnel to other apps. For example my shopping list folder to my shopping list app. Thing put in my drafts folder go to my drafts app. Would like to have my Toodledo folder go to my Toodledo app. Only please dont require the folder to be called Toodledo. Siri has a very hard time with your app's name and can't get it right to save her digital life. I had to create a nickname to get her to send my tasks via email.
Tee7

Posted: Aug 01, 2013



With Siri does toodledo import the default folder (typically set to Reminders)? or does it import all reminders no matter which folder they are in?

I guess I shouldn't limit the question to Siri. If I create any reminders are they imported or is it through Siri only?


This message was edited Aug 01, 2013.
Tee7

Posted: Jul 27, 2013



This may be a long shot but is there a way to filter out the extraneous fields so I only get certain fields like title, completion date and notes. I see that completed=1 was added on. Do I do that with the rest of the fields. I figure I can set the link up one time to get the view I want.

This message was edited Jul 27, 2013.
Tee7

Posted: Jul 27, 2013



I know that we cannot email ourselves completed tasks. I asked back in Nov. I am looking to place them in a log file or files. About once a week. As a work around I access the csv export option via my iphone. Then I have the option to open in various apps.

Is there something I can add to the current link to get a date range? Right now I have a shortcut to this:
https://www.toodledo.com/tools/csv.php?completed=1
Tee7

Posted: Jan 10, 2013



Just tried that. It worked! I did it a while back and it didn't work but I was fairly new to the site and may have did something wrong. So with the checkbox option for email I thought it was an all or nothing deal. Thank you!
Tee7

Posted: Jan 10, 2013



Majority of the time I like for my new tasks to have the same settings. Even the ones that I email myself. But sometimes in a day I need to be reminded of something to be done in a few hours. Or something that I don't want to be reminded of until next week or even later. Is there a way when I set alarm and due date via email to get it to stick. Right now my toodledo defaults override them.
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