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peaston

Posted: Dec 14, 2010



After a few more days I can say that this is only an issue when I have Toddle Do as a "pinned tab". So long as it is not a pinned tab, I can leave it running in its own regular tab and never have an issue.
peaston

Posted: Dec 08, 2010



After another day of use, it doesn't matter if it is a pinned tab or a regular tab. Also, I can add a task, it will save quickly. Then I immediately try to create another task and it gives me the error.

How can I troubleshoot if this is a problem with an extension messing with my cookies?
peaston

Posted: Dec 08, 2010



After a day of use, I can definitively state that this is not cause by my being logged out. I can log out, log back in and it will still do this. This is still with pinned tabs. I will next try to see if I still have the issue with pinned tabs.
peaston

Posted: Dec 07, 2010



Makes sense, thanks.
peaston

Posted: Dec 07, 2010



When adding tasks in Toodledo using the Web site, I frequently get the following error message after hitting the add button:

"There was an error and the task was not added."

The error message does not immediately appear. The "add" button will seem to be dead. Clicking on it seems to do nothing. But if I click and wait 10 seconds or so, the error appears.

If I click okay and then click the "add" button again, it will save as normal.

I am using Google Chrome and have Toodledo set as a "pinned" tab. It is pretty much always open. It seems to give this problem more when I've not used it for some time, but there is no clear pattern to when the error appears. The error doesn't always appear every time I try to add a task but frequently enough to annoy and negatively affect my productivity. Because of the delay before the error message appears, it is often quicker to open Toodledo in the iPhone and thumb in a new task rather then create is on the desktop.

I never had this issue in Toodledo before. I've been using it in Chrome for well over a year and have only seen this issue in the past few weeks.
peaston

Posted: Nov 11, 2009



I made an XML backup of my Toodledo data and updated the iPhone app. I opened the app, waited for the sync to complete and all the data was there. No issues at all. I'm not sure why Fred ran into the problem. I'm using an iPhone 3Gs if that helps.
peaston

Posted: Oct 17, 2009



Thanks for the time zone sync!
peaston

Posted: Oct 17, 2009



Oops, missed the "Indented" and "Hidden" options for sub-tasks. Even better. It would still be nice to have auto-populate, but less important with the hidden/indented options.
peaston

Posted: Oct 17, 2009



It would be nice to have an option to fill a subtasks properties from the parents. Rather than a default setting, I'd prefer a check-box. Often, I will create a shopping task for a specific store with the items I need to get there entered as subtasks. It would be helpful if I could have them all assigned to the same context and dates as the parent.
peaston

Posted: Oct 17, 2009



Your instructions for adding Toodledo to your GHA's calendar are incorrect. I'm referring to the following page:

https://www.toodledo.com/info/help.php?sel=41

Following these instructions do not work.

But if you go to settings and "labs" at your Google Calendar, you can enable the labs setting "add gadget by URL", using the same URL that you use to add Toggle to Gmail will add the gadget to your GHA calendar.

Unfortunately, unlike GMail, you can't reorder your gadgets, so Toodledo will be added to the bottom of the right-side column.
peaston

Posted: Jul 13, 2009



Since Palm OS (Centro, Treo) looks like it'll never be supported, at least consider a WebOS version of Toodledo for WebOS (Palm Pre).

I use Evernote all the time, but don't really see how it would integrate with Toodledoo. Sync notes? Meh.
peaston

Posted: Jul 13, 2009



I used to use both and am happy to see that Pimlico is developing a new cross-platform version of DateBk. I'm looking forward to getting a Palm Pre, but am not that impressed with its basic PIM interface. I love synergy, but the search limitations and limited configuration options cry out for third-party launder and productivity apps.

I stopped using Shadow planner years ago. Seemed cumbersome to me. Great list application but not great for quickly processing action items in GTD fashion.

Toodle Do would be great if it worked on a Palm, but I'm back to using the basic built-in Palm task list with Goosync. In the end, having my tasks in my hand offline was is the one feature I can't live without.

I thought of getting a Blackberry or Android phone to use apps like Toodledo, Lastpass, and Google Apps, which have decided not to develop for Palm. But I'm liking what I see from the Pre and will probably get a Pre when it is available in Taiwan or in an unlocked version. Hopefully, Pre's popularity with prompt Toodledoo to consider developing for WebOS.
peaston

Posted: Dec 28, 2008



I'm glad that your solution works for you, but for heavy travelers, a Palm is a horrible device to use with Toodledo. Not being able to access tasks when on a plane or other times you don't have Internet access is a major limitation of Toodledo. Toodle only supports the iPhone. After the iPhone, they'll probably develop for Windows Mobile and maybe blackberry. The popularity of the Palm Centro might make developing an app for the Palm OS worth their time, but it looks like the Palm OS is seen as a dead end and companies just are not investing their development resources into supporting it.

I use a Palm Treo 680 and other than lack of support for Toodledo, it meets my needs. I plan to keep using it for another 6 months or so and see how Palm's new Linux-based OS and Google's Android do against Windows, iPhone, and Blackberry devices.

Since I'm a heavy Google Hosted apps user, I'm seriously looking into Android. I'm not sure if it supports a Google Gears technology to bring web-applications offline, but I'm happy to know that Toodledo is looking into supporting Google Gears. I haven't seen any talk of a Toodledo for Blackberry, but as a heavy user of Google Hosted Apps, I'm seriously looking into making the switch to Blackberry as it has very good applications for the Blackberry.

I'd love to see a Toodledo application for the Palm OS, but I'm not holding my breath.
peaston

Posted: Dec 24, 2008
From Topic: 2008 In Review



Congrats on a great year. I'm looking forward to see what 2009 brings. I hope it will include a Palm application so I can sync with my Palm tasks or a separate stand alone app on the Palm. Something that will allow me to access my tasks on the go, esp. when there is no Internet access, such as during a flight.
peaston

Posted: Sep 22, 2008



Oh, okay, I'll let them know. Thanks!
peaston

Posted: Sep 20, 2008



Yes, this forum lacks many of the features most users expect in a forum, most notably: e-mail alerts, ability to mark favorite threads, and marking whole folders as read.
peaston

Posted: Sep 20, 2008



I feel like I've been hit by an idiot stick...I have no idea how to delegate tasks and searching the help files and forums is turning up nothing, leading me to assume that it is obvious to everyone but me.

This is the setup:

Three team members and I all have Toodledo PRO accounts and have all added each other as collaborators.

I have shared one folder with all of them with Level Three sharing (can edit, assign, and read)

When I create a new task, however, the only option in the "Assigned To" or "Reassign" drop-down is "Myself"

Now, we can see the Shared Folder, but that just shows all tasks in that folder, all assigned to me by default and, as stated, I have no option but to assign a task to myself. Not very useful.

Why I click on the "Sharing" tab, I see tabs for each team member: "From Myself", "From jdoe", etc. But that is not helpful to me for two reasons. One, I don't want to know who the assignOR is, I want to view by assignEE. Two, I'm the one assigning all the tasks, so everything is under my tab anyway.

All I want is the ability to assign tasks to team members and the ability to view assigned tasks, sorted or foldered by assignee, so I can monitor their progress and load-balance my assignments.

I'm sure the problem is my not understanding how to configure and use the system. I would greatly appreciate if someone could explain how I can delegate and monitor delegated tasks.

Thanks
peaston

Posted: Sep 19, 2008



A neat add-on would be to have next to the creat task button a TIMER button, that would start a taskless timer running. When you stop the timer, it would open a new task dialog with the duration prefilled. That would allow us to use Toodledo for time entry as well as task management. An ad hoc time entry, after all, is just a task that you hadn't pre-planned or pre-entered.
peaston

Posted: Aug 21, 2008
From Topic: Next Actions



I thought of using the priority field in exactly the manner you suggest. I'm still new to Toodledo. I suppose if I can order subtasks by priority that'll do a pretty good job. But it still would seem to clutter up my Context lists, which I what I mostly work in.
peaston

Posted: Aug 21, 2008



The referral program is a good deal, but difficult to administer. It would be nice to be able to have the ability for one account to pay the fees for other accounts. It could be something like Skype businss pools. You don't need to control the account, perhaps just an option to pay for a collaborator's subscription. Any payments made this way should treat the paying account as a referrer, even though the collaborator's standard account already exists.
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