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Posted: Aug 29, 2014

When writing your goals you should consider using Change Anything structure as a basis:

This system is mostly based in science and research, and provides a good framework to develop achievable goals!

I've been through the audio book a couple of times, and the Change Anything approach is very instructive! Obviously I haven't completed all their exercises :-)

Posted: Nov 20, 2013

Thank you for your comments!! Very instructive!

I had a hierarchy of goals, but it got out of hand! Some projects (TD-Folders) were lifelong, while other were short term. I consolidated all goals into one for each of the four 'businesses' I run (which sounds much cooler than it is!!), private (which includes family things), personal 'development', and financial. So in short, my TD-Goals are my Areas of Focus.

Salgud, I concur! Twisted minds think alike!

I'm missing the possibility to 'elevate' small projects (TD-tasks) to large projects (TD-Folder). This may be solved by the new Outlines, even if Outlines are still in its infancy.

An observation I've made is that there is an opportunity for Toodledo to integrate Outlines and Lists, to make a hierarchy AND action lists in a single interface. How the Outline/List will be shared between outlines and users, remain to be seen!! The future for Toodledo is exciting!

Posted: Nov 19, 2013

I'm using TD-Goals for this purpose. It's a real pain setting a Goal for every single task everytime a task is entered.

I'm using TD-Folders as 'High-level'-GTD-projects, with TD-tasks as GTD-projects, and TD-sub-tasks as GTD-tasks.

The hierarchy is like this:
- Folders
-- Tasks
--- Sub tasks.

It sort of works.

I've tried a few others, and Toodledo is the least bad of all task managers!

Posted: Oct 25, 2013
From Topic: Enhanced Alarms

One suggestion: Make the alarm check box ticked by default!

I'm using the alarm function all the time as a tickler system, and it is easier if the check box is ticked by default.

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

I LOVE the lists! Than you! I upgraded from Silver to Gold JUST for the list feature!

I have a LIST of comments below :-)

Comment 1.
I'm missing ONE type of column: SEQUENCE
The 'sequence' column should be drag and drop AND have a dropdown/type to choose the sequence.

Comment 2.
How do I uncheck ALL rows? Suggestion: Add a choice in the "Edit column" menu e.g. "Delete all content of column".

Say "Thank you" to the rest of the team!

Posted: Jul 20, 2012

Yes, this is what I'm currently doing, and it works as a workaround for the advanced user (me), but for the rest of my organisation (novices) it is perceived as difficult to understand.

My suggestion is to put in another "Tag"-field, and call it "Responsible".

Thanks for your GREAT product!

Posted: Jul 19, 2012

I'm trying out the "Shared Task" function, and it works really well.

There is an "Assignor"-field, which shows who shared the task.

BUT, I need a field for "Responsible" (or some other type of primary 'user' or 'Executor of Action'). This should choose from any name one defines (similarly to Tags). This will show who shall do the task, but will allow others to take over if that person is sick.

Otherwise, the sharing possibility is GREAT!

Posted: Jun 30, 2012
From Topic: Sharing Improvements

Dear Toodledo

I'm really keen on seeing this new feature!
I'm running a small company where I want to implement Toodledo as a standard action organiser, but the current sharing system isn't what I want! It is too cumbersome!
I want to view all actions in my company, and allocated names to the task, similarly to Tags.

BTW, Toodledo is -by far- the best personal action/task organiser I have tested.

Can you please provide us with an update?

Posted: Jun 01, 2012
From Topic: Organizing goals

I would like to present the structure of the goals as a hierarchy. Can you update the goals page to do this?
It is already a hierarchy, just not presented as such.

My suggestion is to emulate David Allens Altitudes (50 000 feet, 40k feet, etc).
Lifelong goals on top, with linked goals in the level under, etc.