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Nerva

Posted: Mar 31, 2012



I did a search and ran across posts where people said that you can reorder subtasks if you have a pro account. I do have a pro account, but I don't see how to reorder tasks. How do I do it?
Nerva

Posted: Mar 31, 2012



Yes, I use it to display Google Calendar appointments, but the actual sync is done via my Google account the same as Gmail -- PI accesses the local data. PI is one of only five icons on my Android home screen -- I use PI for both calendar and tasks functions.

I particularly like the "target" view (the one that's to the right of day/week/month/agenda and to the left of the task list), since I have set it up to show today's appointments and all the tasks that have start dates today or earlier, sorted by priority and start date -- everything I need to be concerned with today is right there.

I also like the user interface of PI -- it is both easy to read and I can quickly move tasks to future dates, change priorities, or check them off done. It's actually a lot easier for me to manage my day in PI than on the Toodledo and Google Calendar webpages. I use Toodledo's website for planning out projects and other large-scale management, but PI on my Epic 4G is what I depend on hour-to-hour.
Nerva

Posted: Mar 28, 2012



I use Pocket Informant because it has integrated calendar and tasks -- which seems obvious to me and was on the Palm Pilot, but is for some reason hard to find with Android apps.
Nerva

Posted: Mar 28, 2012



Android has an "accounts" feature for scheduling syncing of Google services, but also third parties like Exchange and Facebook. It seems to me that a Toodledo "account" would be helpful, both for keeping it synced on the device and for providing the data for PIM applications to use, the way they currently work with Google Calendar and Google Tasks.
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