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modum

Posted: Jun 24, 2013



Norman nice tip. Please be aware that some browsers handle the file references differently. (i.e. IE vs. Chrome). Have you tested this in other browses?
modum

Posted: Jun 10, 2013
From Topic: All Tasks Disappeared



Do you have any filters on enabled?
modum

Posted: Jun 09, 2013



+1 @TempestNathan

@Jake An auto-complete enhancement would be even better.
modum

Posted: Jun 09, 2013
From Topic: Subtasks Hidden



Michael I too am using Chrome. (It's my browser of choice.) From my experience, sort and filter settings are saved at each view. All searches fall under one view. I create a project folder in the folder view, and I can set sub tasks as either inline or indented. Inline to hide and indented to show. All of my sub tasks are actions, so I have a folder that contains only actions. When I create searches in the search view I search for properties in my actions folder, waiting for,etc.

Please note I view my projects during my weekly review twice a week, so I am more concerned about my actions. Therefore I do not have a search specific to Projects. If I make projects search in the search view it will filter out my actions. If I go to the projects folder, I will see a list of my projects. If I click on the relationship icon, the child actions will appear beneath my projects.
modum

Posted: Jun 05, 2013
From Topic: Subtasks Hidden



Hi Michael. I have been using a hybrid configuration from Proximo's setup and Chris Millward's. If I understand your issue correctly, it is solved in Proximo's setup. for instance, I have a Next Actions folder and a Projects folder (including others per GTD). My subtasks are set as inline in the search view, and they are set as indented in my folder view. If I am reviewing next actions my actions will appear in the next action search inline with the rest. If I want to review my projects then I go to the Folder view > projects folder. All of the projects are listed with the subtasks hidden. If I click on the projects icon, all of the subtasks will drop down beneath it.

Hope that helps.
modum

Posted: May 07, 2013



Ed,

Here you go:

http://www.toodledo.com/info/help_email.php
modum

Posted: Apr 19, 2013



Chris I read your blog post, and I must say there were a number of takeaways there. I played around with a few setups, and I found yours to be the most effective by far. Thanks for sharing.
modum

Posted: Apr 19, 2013



I have been trying to figure out a way to automatically send my meeting notes created in Evernote to Toodledo in a clean fashion. If you simply send the evernote to Toodledo, it strips out most of the HTML tagging. The next best thing?...send a link. I posted details on my blog.

I am not sure if others have tried this, but it works flawlessly.

http://greatit.info/item/940-the-missing-link


This message was edited Apr 19, 2013.
modum

Posted: Apr 12, 2013



Great stuff. That works.
modum

Posted: Apr 08, 2013



@daniel Thanks for the reply. I have tried this approach,but I would like to keep a track of completed tasks this week (i.e. M-F). If I complete a task tomorrow I would like a search to show everything completed on Monday and Tuesday.
modum

Posted: Apr 08, 2013



I have been trying to create a search formula that will allow me to view tasks completed this week only. Any ideas?