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jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 16, 2012



No big deal and it's just a "nice to have".
Thanks, Jake.

Cheers,
John
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 16, 2012



Is there a way to resize the Folder Name column in the Notebook? I would like a lot more space for the actual note itself.

Thanks
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 12, 2012



I checked out the mobile site yesterday and it was alright (not to sound pessimistic). It's just that I would love to know what the plans for the Android app are. I mean having the ability to set phone reminders would be awesome.

While I'm using Ultimate to do list (and think it's awesome), it's terrible that I need to depend on a 3rd party app to get the job done.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 12, 2012



I currently use a 3rd party app (Ultimate to do list), which does a great job of keeping tasks in sync. However, to play it safe, I have set it to automatically back my data up on a daily basis. Is there a way to do this with Toodledo?

I would love to see a feature that would automatically place my backup xml files to my Files section (being a pro plus subscriber).

Cheers,
jjp


This message was edited Nov 12, 2012.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 12, 2012



Yes, that would definitely be a useful feature. Unfortunately, I can't even think of a workaround.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 12, 2012



I only track my time for billable items. Freshbooks is a great option, but I'm not a big fan of their price structure. I also use ActiveCollab and track my time there instead on a per project basis.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 12, 2012
From Topic: My Trusted System



Posted by shfl:

The only pain is trying to manage the searches on an Android app ...


What's the Android app you use? I'm using Ultimate To Do list and I don't they sync the saved searches option.

Thanks,
jp
jjp_tmn

Posted: Nov 09, 2012





This message was edited Nov 09, 2012.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Jul 03, 2012



Posted by JPR:
or you could go with Texter, a freeware option written in AutoHotKey, that eliminates the need to know virtually all that AHK scripting.

http://lifehacker.com/238306/lifehacker-code-texter-windows



Very nice! Definitely worth checking out.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Jul 03, 2012



Posted by marius.eggerud:
The web app is pretty good, but I do not get any alarm when deadline is reached or I am at a location with a task assigned to it.



I just downloaded Ultimate To Do List (Android) and also bought the license to the full version, which was around $5+.

Have to say that, apart from the UI, it's a really good app and syncs with every aspect of Toodledo. I tested the reminder functionality, which is extremely important to me and it works great. You can even set the colour of the LED light and the number of times it needs to vibrate. Better yet, you can also set a time interval for "nagging" (the number of times it reminds you until it's dismissed).

Given that Toodledo's API is freely available, there are 3rd party options that do a fantastic job. However, I do admit that I would like to see an official Android app (it's one of the reasons I took so long to switch away from RTM).


This message was edited Jul 03, 2012.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Jul 02, 2012



Great idea! Yup, that will work for now.
If it's any help out there to other PC users, I installed a program called "AutoHotKey" (http://www.autohotkey.com/)

Here's the script that would insert a timestamp using this specific format: Monday, July 02, 2012 @ 10:16 PM

;SCRIPT START
SendMode, Input

^d::
;FormatTime, CurrentDateTime,, MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss
;FormatTime, CurrentDateTime,, LongDate
FormatTime, CurrentDateTime,, LongDate
Send, %CurrentDateTime%
FormatTime, CurrentDateTime,, Time
Send, {Space}
Send, @
Send, {Space}
Send, %CurrentDateTime%
Return
;SCRIPT END


This message was edited Jul 02, 2012.
jjp_tmn

Posted: Jun 30, 2012



Hello,

I'm guessing this is going to go under a "feature requests" category, but I'd like to know if it's possible to have an "insert timestamp" button for task notes?

They're extremely useful in the notebook section and can come in quite handy for task notes as well.
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