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cde.amol

Posted: Apr 07, 2011



my completed task disappear from folder view but are visible in context view.
if i want to remove them from context also , how should i proceed . am i missing something here ?
cde.amol

Posted: Mar 30, 2011



Sir, thanks for reply . i got your point.

my further query in this , if i archive my folder all tasks incomplete and complete will it be stored as they are. ?

and if i wann create the same folder ( for next financial ) in normal working will it work
cde.amol

Posted: Mar 30, 2011



Sir,
In my place of work, buisness activities close by 31 march and so do my all incomplete tasks should also get finished.

my question is, if i want to archive all tasks complete and incomplete by on 31st march and wanna start fresh toodledo task as 0 task from april-1 . is that possible . and also i want to download all above archived task in excel and keep them safe.

how can i manage all this in toodledo

ANYHOW PLEASE TREAT THIS QUERY AS URGENT


This message was edited Mar 30, 2011.
cde.amol

Posted: Mar 08, 2011
From Topic: expenses



minimum req is online, web based
cde.amol

Posted: Mar 05, 2011
From Topic: expenses



i wanna a online expense manager . (if possible as good as toodledo ) i heard abt quicken or mint but they want ur bank actno and get connect to them to provide a online statement.
i dunn want to do that.
can any one offer any solution .
thanks
cde.amol

Posted: Feb 14, 2011
From Topic: TASK MANAGEMENT



i wanted a functionality like when task started and what day completed . currently it seems when i checked on the date is taken as task complete day.

for eg a task completed on saturday but if i check mark on monday task completion date comes as monday . i want it saturday. similiary i should also be able to enter start day of task

@i am new subscriber to toodledo and many functionalities of this wonderful program are yet to be explored. hence i may be missing something
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