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Posted: Jul 31, 2013

Ticket created. I'm sure there's a very reasonable answer.

Posted: Jul 31, 2013

Well, it gets weirder. After I did exactly what was described - this morning I came back to Toodledo after being down with a cold for a couple days (so had lots of overdue tasks).

At first, it appeared that the assorted rollovers had occurred correctly. I picked through the list, moving and rearranging tasks. Of course - the screen stays static - the dates are picked, but until one does a refresh, nothing actually gets shifted to its new date.

I hit F5 to refresh. All the adjusting of dates I had just done disappeared. Tasks I know I edited reverted to their prior state - including a couple priority level changes that reverted. The "optionally on" items reverted, and were showing the question mark but were also showing as past due from yesterday.

Really just not sure how this is happening. It's a very recent development, within the past week or so, and I'm just not sure what I'm doing wrong. I do suspect the third-party sync is part of it - but usually that app only syncs when I open it, and I haven't had it open.

Any suggestions?

Posted: Jul 30, 2013

Still optional tasks; reset due dates, reloaded Toodledo - and right now, appears to be working.

It is possible that some of them were edited on my phone in Pocket Informant. I wonder if that might have temporarily affected the "optional" setting? I know there isn't such a setting on the phone.

Posted: Jul 27, 2013

I have several things that I do (or should do) daily, but which can be rolled over if they don't happen every single day. I have these tasks set up with the "optionally on" setting in the due date.

As of about a week ago, this functionality appears not to be working for me - I refresh the list, and the things that ought to roll over are still sitting there, showing overdue, instead of automatically rolling over to today.

Is this something wrong with my computer, or has this function changed?

Posted: Nov 11, 2011
From Topic: What happens if...

Perfect - it was just in the past couple days I was trying this out, so the things that went missing were all still there. And now I know - it's actually quite handy in a different way than I thought.

Posted: Nov 11, 2011
From Topic: What happens if...

Thanks! Now for the next question - to which I'm afraid I already know the answer...there's no way to retrieve those removed tasks, is there? There's no archived version anywhere?

Posted: Nov 10, 2011
From Topic: What happens if...

...you choose "optionally on" the due date, for a task that does not repeat? I know that for a repeater, it's a way to "auto-forward" the task to the next iteration.

It *appears* that for a non-repeating task, it causes the task to be deleted! I had several items on my task list that are intended to sort of float from day to day until I get to them; they're low priority, mostly, or else semi-dependent on circumstances beyond my control. I set them yesterday to be "optionally" due yesterday - and today I cannot find them anywhere.

Just checking if that is intended behavior, or an oops.

Posted: Jul 27, 2011

Just to add my two cents' worth - I, too, was taken by surprise by the redesign, but once I saw what was done my overall impression was favorable. I didn't dislike the previous design, but I recognize that this one is an improvement in many ways.

That said, I'm also relatively new to the tool, and had become accustomed to certain specifics - like the variable font weight that helped me see priority and status quickly. I am aware that it's easy for users to come up with requirements that are impossible to program - but perhaps there could be a toggle for that type of highlighting. I see from the comments that some people didn't want it, but for those who have relied on it - there's now an adjustment to make.

Really like that you can filter by one or more selected tags; would like to see similar functionality for folders.

Overall - thanks! I love it! This tool has cured my Outlook/Franklin Planner for Outlook addiction once and for all.

Posted: Jul 18, 2011
From Topic: Short Wishlist

These are just nice-to-haves, but...

...any chance the site could be set up to refresh after completions? I.e., when I finish something, I'd like it filed away somewhere and not lurking in front of me after I've checked it off.

Similarly, it would be nice, in a list that's sorted by due date, and then by importance, for the list to reload itself when the due date and/or importance are changed (the way the page reloads when you switch filters, for example).

Just a thought...