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Posted: Aug 12, 2014

Alrighty. Thanks! I eventually got it working.

(Tried a new app password, then tried clearing data for the app, then tried uninstalling and reinstalling, then created another new app password, then tried one final time after changing the keyboard I was using to input the password. I have no idea why it suddenly stopped working, but at least it's working now. I thought I was more competent than that, but apparently I'm having issues today.)

Posted: Aug 11, 2014

I've just recently started getting an error using ToodleTask on Android. It was working fine, and recently stopped working. As far as I'm aware, I haven't changed anything.

I have 2-factor authentication enabled, and an application-specific password created. I'm pretty sure I used it on July 30th. That may have been the last time it worked successfully.

Has something changed at Toodledo that would cause this error? Any ideas? Or should I try recreating another app-specific password for it?



Posted: Jul 12, 2013

It would be really neat if Toodledo could somehow integrate with the new Evernote Reminders.

I'm picturing this: Create a note in Evernote, set a Reminder for it, and it automatically becomes a task in Toodledo.

I assume the Evernote title would become the name of the task. It could probably use the same folders (Evernote Notebooks = Toodledo Folders) and tags in both. Perhaps the content of the note in Evernote would become the note in Toodledo, or maybe just a link to the Evernote note. The reminder date would be the due date for the note.

I think it would be a really fantastic integration, if possible.

(Disclaimer: The idea was spurred on by http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3NHMThxUAg)

This message was edited Jul 12, 2013.

Posted: Apr 25, 2013

Posted by jokerjim:
... one of the things that I have seen someone mention doing with another To-Do app/service was to have all newly completed items stored into a daily log entry in EN so that you have a log of all that you accomplished on each day.

... the second option would be to utilize some sort of RSS feed that lists completed tasks only. I saw the RSS capabilities of TD, but did not see a way feed for completed items.

I would love that (or similar) functionality as well. If an RSS feed of completed tasks existed (possibly able to be filtered by context, etc.), I could use something like IFTTT or Blogtrottr to archive it.

I've been using the Journal feature in Backpack (from 37signals) for this sort of thing, but it's being slowly discontinued and I'd love to have a replacement. I can't find anything that works simply and easily.