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michael.emery

Posted: Nov 22, 2008



Fixed, thank you!
michael.emery

Posted: Nov 19, 2008



The "Date Completed" column has suddenly appeared on my task list that I can not seem to turn off. I'm sure it was never there before! Is it a new "feature"?

This column wastes too much screen real estate especially as I am only interested in tasks that I have not completed (so it's always an ugly blank column). How can I get rid of it as there is no ability to turn it on or off in the usual field selection screen?
michael.emery

Posted: Nov 11, 2008
From Topic: Hide Folders



Would it be possible to add a "Hide Folders" option to hide folders that we only use for Notebook (or vice versa for To-Do List)?

I have Notebook folders like "Recipies" and "Quotes" that really aren't relevant for my To Do list and I think that "hiding" them from To Do and Notebook as required would be an elegant solution.

If they are hidden, then they would also not synchonise with the functionality that they are hidden from (i.e. Notebook or To-Do List).
michael.emery

Posted: Nov 11, 2008
From Topic: Lists?



For shopping lists I use the iPhone ToDo App from Appigo in conjunction with ToodleDo.

I have a folder called "Shopping", and I use the quick add feature on To Do to add a new item to this folder on my iPhone. Using Quick Add means you only have to type the name of the item and no other details. It's great and works perfectly well.

If you use the RTM (Remember The Milk) service instead of ToodleDo, then you share the same list with someone else who has an iPhone, so each time one of you adds an item to your shopping list (or any other shared list) then synchronise, it will then appear on both iPhones. Very handy when you want your partner to pick up a few treats for you at the supermarket.

If you hold out a bit longer, ToodleDo are promising to add the same list (folder) sharing functionality that RTM has. ToodleDo have said it's the number one requested item on their development list. Fingers crossed it will be out soon because I prefer the ToodleDo web interface WAY more than the RTM one (especially when it comes to adding notes).
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 30, 2008
From Topic: Where is the hotlist



When you select the "Main" view (very top of page), the Hotlist appear as tab immediately below.
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 30, 2008



Not working for me either. Have removed ToodleDo from Twitter list and re-added but still no luck. My tasks are also verified as sent in my Twitter sent list.
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 22, 2008



Can I just say WOW! You've implemented this suggestion less than 2 days after I suggested it!! That is absolutely phenomenal!!!

Thanks guys, you are absolutely amazing!!! :-D
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 20, 2008



I saw that, but what I was hoping for was the same headings in the folder and main views when I sort them by due date. Is this possible?
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 20, 2008



I use Appigo to access ToodleDo on my iPhone, and the due date sort headings are; Today, Tomorrow, Next Seven Days, and Future. This is great, but the best sub-headings that I can get out of ToodleDo are "Due October" (current month) and "No Due Date". This isn't very helpful - am I missing something?

I have tried finding better options in both the Main View and the Folders View but there don't appear to be any. I'm also not a fan of the "Importance" sort headings as an alternative to better due date headings.
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 17, 2008



My idea was more of a loose coupling. It would involve a seperate mindmapping interface such as the open source stuff at http://freemind.sourceforge.net/ - but the branches (regardless of level) could be OPTIONALLY associated with a particular To Do Task or Notepad Note. The mind maps could also be organised into the same folders.

The great thing about it is the code would be largely open source (free), you can keep your tasks, notes, and now thoughts all in one place online, and they are integrated. I'd just have to hope the guys who made the iBlueSky App will enable there app to synchronise with ToodleDo... shouldn't be hard, they can already email iMindMaps in an open source format. Or maybe Appigo could come to the party!!
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 15, 2008



ToodleDo and Appigo Notebook are an awesome combination. My only complaint is having to share the same folders with the task functions on ToodleDo. It doesn't make sense.
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 14, 2008



I already have ToDo from Apiggo. Will Toodledo continue to support Appigo indefinately by continuing to allow access to this application? I hope so, they did a great job with Todo and deserve the loyalty.
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 14, 2008



Well, it's definately clear that we all approach problems differently.

Mindmaps are just boxes connected by branches, all of which link back to a central concept. I don't understand how a box containing the text of an idea is anymore difficult to link to a task than a Note file which ToodleDo already does.

Yes, centainly the interface is going to be a lot different if you want it to look like a mindmap. But I never suggested it had to look like a mindmap on ToodleDo, just have the structure of a mind map, and that's easy to achieve without having to think too far out of the square.

ANYWAY, my post was more of a Christams wish to Santa (the poor kid down the street who wants an Xbox 360 Elite). I love ToodleDo, I love the fact that half my life can be managed online thanks to ToodleDo, I love mindmaps, and I hope one day the two will come together.
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 10, 2008
From Topic: Notebook



I'm am now on my knees begging you to consider providing seperate folders for the Notebook. Per the messages in the Questions Forum, there is no logical link to Notepad folder organisation and Task folder organisation.

You guys have done an outstanding job building ToodleDo with limited resources so I know my request would not happen over night, so I'd be happy if you just teased me a little morsel of hope! :-D
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 10, 2008



There is a brilliant iPhone Mindmapping app called iBlueSky that exports to the Opensource FreeMind format (http://freemind.sourceforge.net/). Unfortunately it suffers from an inability to synchronise over the air as there are currently no online or "cloud" services that support mindmapping. Given that this application is based on opensource formats, and the fact that ToodleDo is such a popular online organisation tool, do you think your team might consider adding this functionality to ToodleDo? I'm sure the developers at iBlueSky would be more than happy to add sync funcionality with ToodleDo.

If you could do this, ToodleDo would be the ultimate power in the universe!
michael.emery

Posted: Oct 07, 2008
From Topic: Sharing Folders



I have a ToodleDo Pro account which I use with the Notebook app (by Appigo) on my iPhone but have been unable to migrate my tasks from Remember The Milk (RTM).

The reason I have not migrated is because I can't seem to share folders with other ToodleDo users where both users can access the shared folder from their iPhone using the Todo app (also by Appigo). RTM enables this by allowing users to share a single folder of tasks as if it were their own rather than as a link to the owners folder. Am I missing something here or will this be considered part of a future upgrade?

Also, ToodleDo shares folders between the Notebook functionality and the Task functionality. I find this very messy as my tasks and my notepad very rarely have the same categorisation requirements. Is it possible to have seperate folders for tasks and notebook within ToodleDo?
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