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Posted: Aug 07, 2008

Of course! Thanks, you are a star.

Now if anyone knows how to do the same thing in WAP (or anything else that works from my mobile phone browser) then I'll be close to GTD Nirvana :o)

This message was edited Aug 07, 2008.

Posted: Aug 05, 2008

Is there a way to go direct to a particular folder or context by using a parameter in the URL? Or does anyone know of a gadget to display a simple list of tasks (similar to what we get in the iGoogle gadget) but for specific contexts, preferably multiple?

When I'm at my desk working from home, I can do tasks from my Phone, Home, Computer and Work contexts, so it would be nice to be able to see just those tasks in one place. Even better would be if I could use a URL on my mobile phone to see (for example) my @shopping, @with-car tasks, or some other combination.

I thought I saw something about URL parameters written up somewhere but I can't seem to find it now - maybe it was one of the other dozen tools I tried before settling on ToodleDo, or maybe I just imagined it.

If you know of anything please let me know!

Posted: Aug 05, 2008

I read GTD and it changed my life, but I'm not a strict adherent. The biggest thing I learnt from GTD is only having the next task for any given project on my to-do list.

I've seen that manual task sorting is on the most-frequently-requested list, but I'd like to put in my vote to have something a little smarter, that is the ability to say that Task Y is dependent on Task X. (Or to use Project Management speak, Task X is a predecessor of Task Y.) The logical outcome of this would be to only show tasks on my hotlist which aren't waiting on a predecessor, i.e. hide tasks I can't do anything about yet.

I've just upgraded to a Pro account today, so obviously I love the product already, but if you add this feature for Pro Plus accounts then you're guaranteed to get me to upgrade again!