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Posted: Oct 14, 2009

I've been seeing a similar thing for the past week or so. Many of my tasks are not making it to the iPod touch. Tried clearing database, reinstalling, playing around with filters etc. No avail.

Posted: Jun 05, 2009

Love the new clone feature. Thanks

Posted: May 22, 2009
From Topic: Repeating tasks

Do you have these tasks set to repeat?
According to

it should only disappear if you do not have repeat set.

Posted: May 20, 2009
From Topic: Repeating tasks

Try the ? operator before the due date. (or use the <optionally on> on the date window). This will automagically move the task to the the next day if you don't do it today. Adding the repeat will copy it to tomorrow, when it's done today.

I have a number of tasks, that I do this with, as I want to track that I spent some effort on this on a given day.

Posted: May 20, 2009
From Topic: Two More Improvements

Posted by castiron:
I don't usually have the delete icon displayed, so when I want to delete a task, I change its name to "delete me"; later, I do a quick search for all tasks called that and delete them all at once.

That's a good idea. I don't want to commit valuable window space to a delete icon that I rarely use.

I recently used the Ipod touch application to delete some duplicate tasks that I inadvertantly created.

Posted: May 13, 2009
From Topic: Copying tasks

Posted by Linden:
My workaround for this it to set my task to repeat daily.

When I check off the task for today and refresh the page, the task is already duplicated for the next day and I can edit the details to reflect the small changes needed for that next part.

This is usually just a change in the notes, but sometimes also a tweak in the task's actual name/action.

That's what I do as well. Seems though, that the notes don't stay with the completed task, and it only follows the outstanding task. Is there a way to keep the note with the past task?

Posted: May 05, 2009
From Topic: Two More Improvements

I'm just curious, why do you delete tasks? Is there a task number limit, or disk space limit? I virtually never delete, as clicking complete takes them off the list.

(ok, I did delete one when I got a duplicate task due to an interrupted sync).

Leaving them on the system (but checked off), allows me to review history, if I need to.

Posted: Apr 23, 2009

Just wanted to say thanks for the Optionally on qualifier....

It is an awesome feature! Saves me alot of effort from manually moving the optional tasks from day-to-day.

Great job!


Posted: Mar 23, 2009

Now that's handy. I've always been using the Start date to hide optional future tasks, but then I always had to manage them if I didn't get to them that day.

I gotta say, that I've been really happy with how well I've been able to use Toodledo in my day-to-day organization.

Posted: Mar 18, 2009
From Topic: List of Tags

Another vote for some way of structuring tags. My Toodledo structure is broken down into:

Location (contexts) - work, home, etc
Responsiblity (Folders) - ProjectManagement, Support, TeamLeader, etc
Projects (Tags) - ProjectNames

One idea for a solution may be to have the tags as an auto-complete field which allows me to type the beginning of each Tag, and have the tool auto-complete, based on the existing list of tags. If a new word is typed, then that tag becomes added to the list.

'course that's just my 2 cents.

Posted: Mar 18, 2009
From Topic: Context in iphone

Posted by roddyt:
The key is that I use the Context View as my default View By setting.

On the iPhone there is a setting for the Start page. I have that set to Contexts, so when I start the app it gives me the list of contexts which I select as appropriate.


Same here. I played with using the Hotlist and Due dates as the default startup, but I keep going back to Context. When the tool launches on my iPod Touch, select where I am (Home, work, shopping), and I'm away.

It's the best solution for me.

Posted: Mar 12, 2009

That would be really nice.

Posted: Feb 18, 2009
From Topic: iPhone Toodledo V2

Isn't that what contexts are for? Just curious, why that doesn't work for you?

Because TD is flexable in terms of setup, I always learn something new from the way other people use Toodledo.

Posted: Jan 30, 2009
From Topic: Show entire History?

Sweet. Thanks. Never actually used the search tool until now. Its actually more of a filter than a search tool.

thanks again.


Posted: Jan 30, 2009
From Topic: Show entire History?

I'm sure I'm missing something...

I have not figured out how I can display my entire history, sorted on things like context or folders.

I have projects assigned as folders and I need to be able to see the entire task history for a given project..

How can I do this?

Posted: Jan 20, 2009
From Topic: Which iPhone app?

Posted by frossie:

2. I'd rather give my money to the toodledo folks, since they work so hard on improving their service

I'd agree with that.

If you use Notes, Appigo notebook works well, it is cheaper than their todo app, and there is no alternative, AFAIK.

Yup, Notebook is a must-have for me.

Posted: Jan 19, 2009
From Topic: Which iPhone app?

I have the toodledo app, and find it works for me on my iPod Touch...

The one thing (that I know of now) that I wish it would do that it doesn't do, is support landscape mode. I like the larger keyboard.

If I knew if the Appigo app did it, I might migrate over to it.

Posted: Jan 13, 2009

I'm with gjk.... I like 'em.

Posted: Jan 08, 2009
From Topic: Tags vs Folders

I have contexts for work, home, shop (shopping list) and use folders for work related categories (General, ProfessionalDevelopment, ProjectManagement, etc)

I've assigned a tag "Review" to highlight todos which I'll want to remember at performance review time. Allows me to filter these out after a download of all completed tasks.

To me, one advantage of Folders over tags is that folders are structured. As tags are free flowing text, spelling errors or forgetting conventions may cause todos to be missed in filters.

<disclaimer> I'm a relatively new user of toodledo, so there may be better ways of doing things.

Posted: Jan 05, 2009

That's strange.... The single click works for me when directly accessing todos through the website.
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