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Jeffrey Epstein

Posted: Sep 18, 2013
From Topic: New Section: Lists

Love love love this feature. I don't need googledocs or evernote anymore with all the new features. I will be opening toodledo on my phone in my browser so I can use these features.

FEATURE REQUEST - Create a way to add an item to a list from
Jeffrey Epstein

Posted: Sep 10, 2013

Can we return a saved search via email? That would solve it also?
Jeffrey Epstein

Posted: Sep 09, 2013

Is there a way to return all the -1 negative priority only? I know I can use ! for 0 - low and !!! for 3 - Top. I looked for it in the instructions below.

Priority - The default priority is "0 - Low". To set a higher priority use the ! character as many times as necessary. Typing !! would give your task a priority of "2-High".
Jeffrey Epstein

Posted: Sep 01, 2013

A few items I missed.

I only send it on weekdays (that is a setting in IFTTT)

I used to send items due today at 7:30 AM based on due date by sending "? #today" in the subject and the same text in the subject.
Jeffrey Epstein

Posted: Sep 01, 2013

I like to see all my 3 Top Tasks at 6:00 AM so I remember what is most important before my day gets going in full gear.

What I do is send an IFTTT email to my gmail account at 6:00 AM with "? !!!" in the subject line and "IFTTT sent to toodledo" in the body.

I then set a filter in Gmail that whenever an email comes in containing the phrase "IFTTT send to toodledo" it forwards the email to my toodledo email address and skips the inbox of my gmail account.

By doing that my toodledo's gets an email at 6:00 AM with ? !!! and sends me back all me 3 Top Priority emails.

You can vary the subject line to get lots of other results sent back to you. You can refer to the bottom section of this page http://www.toodledo.com/info/help_email.php Retrieving Tasks Via Email section.

Not sure if this helps others, let me know as I have many more tips and tricks. Also, if there is another way to do this I would like to hear that too. Or if you take this to the next level and find other ways to return cool lists of tasks I would like to hear about those too. Thirsty for Toodledo knowledge.
Jeffrey Epstein

Posted: Sep 01, 2013

I am relatively familiar with autohotkey and very familiar with toodledo. Can you post what you are trying to do with autohotkey. I probably have or the community probably has an answer that might eliminate the need for it. If not, I can probably help with autohotkey.