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reckoner

Posted: Jun 12, 2013
From Topic: Old Twitter API?



You are not alone. I'm having the same problem.

Hopefully, somebody here knows something.
reckoner

Posted: Feb 18, 2012



Is there a keystroke mapping to add/remove columns instead of clicking on the icon and radio buttons?

Thanks!
reckoner

Posted: Oct 13, 2011



By the way, I found out it was one of the Firefox plug-ins. I'm not sure exactly which one, but I disabled a bunch of them and it started working at that.

Sorry for the false alarm.
reckoner

Posted: Oct 13, 2011



sorry for my incomplete note. I'm using firefox 7.01 on Windows XP. I'm happily within the text box of the note when it decides to lose focus.
reckoner

Posted: Oct 12, 2011



Ever since we moved to this new interface, when I'm editing inside of the notes form, and I pause, the form suddenly no longer becomes editable and I have to click on it again, figure out where I was when it timed me out, and then start over.

Is there a way to change the timeout on this form?
reckoner

Posted: Oct 07, 2011



I tested this. It now works as expected.

Thanks for all the great info.
reckoner

Posted: Oct 02, 2011



Jeff,

Thanks! I removed the message from twitter and it has stopped flooding my task list. Hopefully, they will fix this soon. I really use the twitter interface.
reckoner

Posted: Oct 01, 2011



When I add tasks using the twitter interface, the added task is repeated hundreds of times. I have been using the twitter interface for about a year with no problem. Something must've changed on the toodledo side.

help!
reckoner

Posted: Jul 26, 2011



I'm also hoping for a native android app. I'm currently using "Got to Do" , but it can do little more than synchronize.
reckoner

Posted: Jul 26, 2011



I agree. The sidebar wastes space! Please provide option to remove it.
reckoner

Posted: Dec 22, 2010



Hi,

note the article below:

http://lifehacker.com/5715579/add-events-to-google-calendar-from-your-browsers-address-bar?utm_sourc e=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lifehacker%2Ffull+%28Lifehacker%29&utm_content=Goo gle+Reader

can something like this be accomplished with Toodledo (if it isn't already).
reckoner

Posted: Dec 01, 2010



I haven't been able to tweet myself tasks for a couple of hours now.

Is there something wrong with the twitter interface?
reckoner

Posted: Nov 30, 2010



Hi,

Although I really like having one big text box per task that you can dump whatever you want into, how about having multiple text boxes per task so that these can be more organized? Having these automatically timestamped would also be nice. In another words, I'm suggesting having multiple note textboxes organized the way subtasks are.

I hope that made sense.
reckoner

Posted: Jun 09, 2010



Posted by Linden:


Now that the notes icon can be moved to the left, one solution could be to move your least-referred-to column over at the far right, so it's not as important that your tasks run off the edge. I've got a bunch of columns that are useful for sorting and filtering, but I don't usually read them when I'm actually using my tasks. Maybe you do too?



This is a good idea, except that the item I most often use is the "notes" icon, which evidently cannot be moved.

Thanks!


This message was edited Jun 09, 2010.
reckoner

Posted: Jun 08, 2010



it seems like the stuff that used to be embedded in the checkbox is now broken out of a separate "actions" box. This is personally annoying for me since I am very screen-width limited and the checkbox-embed method was much more parsimonious.

just my $0.02.
reckoner

Posted: Nov 08, 2009



How can you tell how many times a task has been postponed? I would like to create something like an automatic escalation, which would increase the priority of the task if it has been postponed a certain number of times.

Thanks!
reckoner

Posted: Oct 15, 2009



I am trying to save certain searches where the due date is "today". The problem is that today is actually replaced by today's date in the saved search. This effectively hardwires it to a specific day. I would like to avoid this hardwiring and always make the searches reflect the relative "today" instead of the absolute "today's date".

I hope that made some sense.
reckoner

Posted: Sep 22, 2009



How about the ability to add notes without having to scroll all the way over to the right to click on the correct icon?

It would also be nice to have the notes automatically appended with a date and time every time you add a new node.

Right now, I do this manually.

I agree with everything else on this list.
reckoner

Posted: Sep 22, 2009



Is It possible to organize subtasks so that if the date on the parent task is changed, then the subtasks due dates are also located?

In other words:

Bake apple pie due: wed
- buy Apples due: thu
- make crust due: fri
- bake pie due: sat

Then, upon updating the parent 'bake apple pie' task's due date to 'thu', the following results:

Bake apple pie due: thu
- buy Apples due: fri
- make crust due: sat
- bake pie due: sun

Is this possible?
reckoner

Posted: Sep 22, 2009



With respect to the Google calendar integration, is it possible to set it up so that the toodledo icon only shows up on calendar days for which there are corresponding tasks assigned?

Thanks in advance.