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rpee

Posted: Jan 17, 2009
From Topic: Emailing in Tasks



Adding Tasks Via Email
To add a task, send an email to your secret Toodledo email address with the task in the subject. In addition to the name of the task, you can also set the priority, due-date, folder, context and note using a special syntax.

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".
Due-Date - To set a due-date, use the # symbol and then type the due-date. For example: "#today" or "#Next thursday" or "#5/12/08".
Folder - To set the folder use the * symbol and then type the name of your folder. For example: "*ProjectA".
Context - To set the context use the @ symbol and then type the name of your context. For example: "@home".
Note - Everything in the body of the email will be put into the note field.
Each new piece must be separated by a space followed by the special character. Putting it all together, here are some example email subjects that you could send to add a task:

Call Jim !! @phone #today
Finish the Report ! #next friday *ProjectA @work
Mow the lawn *Chores @home
rpee

Posted: Jan 08, 2009



Evernote would be cool.

Pleaseeeee Quicksilver. I can't get the quicksilver twitter direct message to work right.

What is the FASTEST way to add a task from the desktop??
rpee

Posted: Dec 01, 2008
From Topic: RSS by "No Folder"



when I quickly add a task by email or even in the iPhone app, I will typically not use a folder, but will set one when I get into review mode.

I like to scan my newly added tasks once a day at least and find RSS a pleasing way to do this.

However, I can't subscribe to "No Folder". It would be very helpful if I could.
rpee

Posted: Nov 17, 2008



This is going to be a great feature. It will be the number one app once offline access is available - in my opinion, having tried almost everything out there.

Too bad on the name though. Toodledo is pretty unfortunate.

I'd love to check out a rough beta even being a lot of work, and I'm sure many users would love to test ANYTHING that's available ASAP.
rpee

Posted: Oct 22, 2008



I second this feature request...


Posted by David:


Links in notes - URLs in the note field appear as text and not clickable links. Please display URLs as clickable links.