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chorine2000

Posted: 5 days ago



I am currently cheating on Toodledo with HiTask, which is very pretty and lets you create sub folders. Are you listening Toodledo? Is this on your endless toodledo list as well?
chorine2000

Posted: Jul 10, 2013



Thanks very much for your reply. There is no easy way to recreate the outline for each day or event (I don't see a copy function), so I would have to recreate the checklist. Plus no easy way to see overall results, no way to see overview of the checklist.

Using the Outline for sub-subtasks would create an additional layer of to-dos outside of my current task list. I would have to flip back and forth between the Tasks section and the Outline section. Which defeats the purpose.

I keep coming back to Toodledo, like a bad boyfriend. Wish I could break up with you. The basic functionality is good, it's just the extras aren't there so I have to seek them out from other applications. Would love to not cheat on you, but you make me do it, Toodledo. You make me do it.
chorine2000

Posted: Jul 09, 2013



As long as we are daydreaming:

A better calendar. What is UP with those teeny dots? The old (old) version had a much better calendar.

A scheduler that allows you to assign a length of time to a task (eg work on Smith memo, 2pm to 3pm) and then generate a work schedule for the day that shows (a) any to dos due that day (but without assigned times) and (b) scheduled tasks or appointments with assigned times. Heaven. I can do this with Outlook, but would be so nice to not switch from TD to outlook.

Sub-subtasks. Really.

Checklists. Checklists for daily chores, shopping, vacation, packing. There are other programs that do this, but it would be so so nice to have all of these under one roof.

Sigh.
chorine2000

Posted: Jun 20, 2013
From Topic: New Section: Outlines



My issue is that this should not have to be a "workaround" for a problem in the tasks function when the problem could simply be solved in the tasks function.

Posted by shelby.pereira:
However one point I did make while beta testing, is that this goes a long way in working around lack of subtasks. In fact I am starting to like it more and more.[/quote]
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 26, 2012



I really like toodledo's ability to sort tasks and to dos. Sadly, I am migrating everything to a new system with better calendar functionality that lets me schedule my work and see my daily tasks in a schedule format. I will keep an eye on toodledo and will come back if that ever gets sorted out, as they keep promising it is in development. Good luck!
chorine2000

Posted: Feb 27, 2012
From Topic: Agenda



Any progress on creating a daily agenda for the calendar? (e.g. 9AM to 10AM, draft Smith memo). I would like to be able to plan my work and block off time, and I think the visual of daily agendas would be so helpful.

As much as I love toodledo, my use has dropped off somewhat of late because it lacks this function.

Thanks so much.
chorine2000

Posted: Nov 01, 2011



Posted by Toodledo:

@Salgud: Lately, I've been wondering what Toodledo's net contribution to world productivity has been. I wish there was a way to measure hours saved or stress eliminated per person.


No don't despair! I bopped around between multiple task management programs for a long time before I found toodledo and I LOVE it. It has made such a difference in my life.

I think it's just that when some people (me) find something that works so so well, they really want to fix the little things that nag at them (like, um, subfolders. And a daily agenda).
chorine2000

Posted: Oct 29, 2011



I would love to be able to create a daily agenda that shows where I am in the day and what I'm supposed to be working on during that time, something like what hitask has (for example, 9AM to 10AM, draft Smith memo). I would like to be able to plan my work and block off time, and I think the visual of daily agendas would be so helpful.

And, um, any more thought to sub folders?

Thanks!


This message was edited Oct 29, 2011.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 31, 2011



This happens to me as well. I give myself permission to stop and regroup. I used to feel guilty about doing that, but I've found that if I don't take time to get re-organized, then I just continue to flounder. Good luck!
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 26, 2011



I've done that, thank you so much! It is #24491.

Also, can I just say that I'm super grateful for how responsive your support team is.


This message was edited Aug 26, 2011.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 25, 2011



Now my filters are randomly turned on and hiding tasks? Although when I click "show" everything is checked. I have to click through and turn filters off each time. This is new and strange. Can anyone help? I'm going batty.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 25, 2011



I am having trouble getting a new task to appear in the folder to which I have assigned it. It appears if I view by "due date" so obviously it is saving, and in that list, it has the correct folder assigned to it. However, if I view the folder, the task isn't there. This hasn't been an issue up til now. Any ideas? Thanks!
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 19, 2011
From Topic: View completed tasks



Hi! You have to do a search, unfortunately. Go to "search" in the navigation menu and click "checked off" equals yes. This will give you a massive list of completed tasks, which is basically useless. You can then fiddle with the other settings in the next drop down list (folder, etc.).

If you, too, long to simply keep completed tasks visible at the bottom of folder view without having to search, join me in a gentle plea to the Toodledo people.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 09, 2011



Okay thank you for that. But that gives me a long list of search results. Is there any way to simply keep completed tasks visible? I prefer to use folder view, and I would prefer to see all completed tasks for that folder at the bottom (not just recently completed). Once I switch from the search results to folder view, the completed tasks disappear again.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 09, 2011
From Topic: Calendar?



May I point out that just because people may have less than six tasks per day, it doesn't follow that they don't use the larger full page calendar view. The larger calendar was one of the specific reasons I switched from hitask to toodledo. I liked being able to visualize my time and commitments, see what was coming up, etc. Now I have to squint at a teeny calendar in the margin and hover over some dots. Why go from simple to complex? Thanks.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 08, 2011



Is there a way I can see all completed tasks? I have looked in settings, but I can't seem to find anything that relates to history or keeping completed tasks in view (although of course there is a setting for deleting completed tasks, but that's not my question).

Thanks so much!
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 07, 2011



Any word on expanding the calendar view? It was better when you could see it large size, full screen -- now it is teeny and fiddly.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 07, 2011
From Topic: Block out time



Is there any way to block time, for example, 8AM to 9AM "work on project ABC"? I would love to be able to create an agenda for my day.
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 02, 2011
From Topic: Setting a time?



Is there a way to set a time for a meeting or a call, for instance: Conference Call, August 4 at 9AM?

Thanks!
chorine2000

Posted: Aug 02, 2011
From Topic: Calendar?



I really liked the old calendar better, as it was much larger. Please bring back?
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