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Posted: Sep 14, 2009

In PI on the iPhone the tasks are working fine. They are STILL THERE. It's on the Toodledo Website that they are missing.

BTW,whenever I ask a question on the PI forums, The matra lately at WebIS is that it is fixed in version 1.1. Well that has been going on for months now, so as far as 1.1 goes, it's sounding a lot lake vaporware.

Posted: Sep 14, 2009

Lately whenver I mark a repeating task as complete on my iPhone, after syncing, the tasks get deleted on the Web App of Toodledo, however they stay in my Pocket Informant App. Pocket Informant is working just fine, the tasks remain there correctly. On the Web side, none of my daily repeating tasks are there. If I re-create them on the Web app, I then have duplicates on the iPhone.

as I stated, I am using the latest version of POCKET INFORMANT for iPhone. Everything was working great up until this month. At the beginning of the month I had this same issue, I restored everything and now as of yesterday (9/13) it'shappening again. What is going on?

Posted: Mar 19, 2009

Thanx for the very informative reply ryssalee. I guess using the Franklin Covey ABC/123 method for over almost 2 decades makes GTD seem even more confusing. Tags, Contexts, Importance, Projects, etc. is all pretty daunting. But each day I am learning a little more and will eventually incorpoate GTD in some way into my daily life.

Posted: Mar 16, 2009
From Topic: Start Dates

When a task is created there is an option to have a start date and an end date. What I would like to see is that on the start date that task appear on my daily task list. Let me give an example, Say I have a report due on the 30th. I put in the task to do the report with a due date of the 30th, but the start date is the 15th. When I go to the task list I would like to see the task to do the report showing up on the 15th, and then everyday there after up to the 30th or when the task is completed.

Posted: Mar 08, 2009
From Topic: iPhone App Updated

I am having the same issue as well where tomorrow's tasks are showing up due today on the hotlist on the iPhone app. Even on the website, all tomorrows tasks are showing up due today, but the due dates are correct.

I also have Appigo's ToDo App on my iPhone, and everything shows up correctly in that App.

Posted: Feb 25, 2009
From Topic: Start/End Dates

Not necessarily a tab or section. Just that the task appear on the task list on the START date and stay on the task list until it is overdue or completed.

That way when I look at my tasks for today the task is there, even though it really may not be due for a few days, but it is a task that needs my attention today. It is started, but not yet due.

the way things are currently, the start date really has no meaning.

This message was edited Feb 25, 2009.

Posted: Feb 25, 2009

I agree with Dennis. If a tasks has a start date, on that date the task SHOULD appear on todays list. Why have a start date if it's not going to show up on a list for today. Although the task may not be due "today" it is a task that needs my attention, that is the reason why I put a start date on the task in the first place. I agree with dennis' comment above.

Posted: Feb 25, 2009
From Topic: Start/End Dates

Maybe I am missing something, maybe I am not. I see that Toodledo has a start and end time for the tasks. I would like to see, especially on the iPhone app, on the task list all tasks that have "started" and all tasks that are due or overdue. In other words if a task had a start date of yesterday, and a due date of three days from today it would show on the task list for today. Although technically not due in three days, it is a task that needs my attention. Once I check the task as complete it doesn't need to appear again.

Is there a settimng where this can be done?

Posted: Feb 25, 2009
From Topic: iPhone Dial from Task

I love the five "types" of tasks that Appigo's ToDo app uses.

Call a Contact, lets you choose a contact name, type in a phone number or create a contact and it then has a link in the todo item. Then from the task you can choose the link and the phone app dials the number.

Email a Contact does something similar but brings up the email app with the contact's email address already filled in.

Visit a location wlll bring up a map to the location. You can choose/create a contact, enter an address, or use your current location

Visit a website has you type in the websites name. Then when you need to do the task, a link is there.

The fifth choice is "Normal" whic is just a normal task screen where you type in all the information necessary without the links etc.

If Toodledo had these features it would pull ahead of ToDo by leaps and bounds.

Posted: Feb 25, 2009

I am a long time Franklin Covey user and I am using an iPhone now. The main issue is that all the to do apps on the iPhone are, or seem to be, geared for GTD, which to be honest I don't understand at all. Are there any suggestions on using the Franklin Covey methods within the boundaries of the GTD format that is on this site, and iPhone application.

Franklin Covey ranks tasks using the ABC (A being the highest priority) and 123 method. So your highest priority item(s) would be A1. All the items you want to accomplish today would be labeled A1, A2, A3, things that you would like to be done, but are not as important would be B1, B2, B3 etc, and then items that are improtant, but could still be done but don't necessarily need to be done today would be C1, C2, C3 etc.

Any suggestions would be helpful.

Posted: Jan 09, 2009

I use both programs as well. I started with the Appigo product but when Toodledo came out got that as well. The issue I think you are seeing is that you may be marking tasks as complete in each program and therefore confusing the servers upon sync. Also, when you complete tasks in either program, you need to sync the program again before opening the other program to get a correct reading. What I usually do is mak things completed in Toodledo, close the program and then reopen it so that it syncs, (I have mine set to auto sync not manually sync) then open ToDo. everything syncs just fine. If I do encounter a false reading in ToDo, I close it reopen Toodledo and wait for the sync to end (blue bar at bottom of screen and then close Toodledo and reopen ToDo.

I'm also at the point where I will probably delete ToDo and just stick with Toodledo App since that is the App that I use the most these days.

Posted: Nov 21, 2008
From Topic: Subtasks on iPhone?

With version 1.3 Subtasks are displayed on the iPhone. There s an icon in the task that shows that it is a subtask. The icon looks like one box above other boxes separated by a line. A parent task will have the box above the line darkened and subtasks will have the boxes below the line darkened.

Hopefully in a future version they can be shown indented or something, but at least now they have the icon rather than nothing at all.

Posted: Nov 17, 2008

The addition of the sub-tasks was enough toget me to upgrade to the pro version. keep up the good work.

I am really more into the Franklin Covey method of task management, but so far this, and Appigo's Todo, are the best task manager that I have found available for the iPhone. With the addition of the sub tasks, this program is the now the best.
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