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Posted: Dec 08, 2013

I'm pretty convinced Toodledo is one of the best productivity tools I've met. But if we speak on outlines specifically, till this TD functionality it became available on mobiles, I think it's worth taking a peek at WorkFlowy ( https://workflowy.com/?ref=6bdfe03.tw )

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Posted: Dec 08, 2013
From Topic: Toodledo Task Lite

Some insight about how it works recent android app "Toodledo Task Lite" (1) ?, it has real advantages compared to m.toodledo ?


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Posted: Jun 13, 2013

Also note those two buttons to add/remove, chage size and change order of columns.

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Posted: Jun 13, 2013

Toodledo is really great, even more as the time is passing !!!. m.toodledo.com IMO is a work of art in Mobile Time-Management.

Said the above, I also want to say that I think the Saved Searches, is an essential part of the application that should not miss in the mobile versions (m.toodledo.com, etc).

There are many uses for Toodledo that it may not start until the Saved Searches may be available everywhere.

Honestly, with other manufacturers I should be inclined to ask please that they add this feature as soon as possible.

People from Toodledo, has clearly demonstrated that they know very well what they do, so I just want to say, I'm sure they will implement Saved Searches in versions for mobile in the best of times. :)

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Posted: May 03, 2013

If you want associate Evernote rich format notes with one TD task note, or folder note, just do as following,

In evernote :

- Left click on the title note
- [Copy Note Link]

In TD Note :

- Paste

You will see some active link like : "evernote:///view/1555812/s8/36b2d9... etc"

Clik there and it will be launched Evernote to open this linked note. Be sure that your local Evernote has been Sync before.

Posted: Dec 27, 2011

I agree it should be better to have all in the same app.

Stated the above, I think that http://www.evernote.com
it is one interesting companinon of Toodledo, for simple (and fast) html browsers. I will use it to keep my project notes there.

This message was edited Dec 27, 2011.