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Michel

Posted: Feb 15, 2013



Sorry for my belated answer.

The date value created is of value to me. Why ?


I currently have more than 8000 tasks. I plan to trim tasks based on their freshness ( date of creation). In order to manipulate such heavy data set, I plan to use Excel.

I am well aware that I can use Toodledo to filter/sort data and get the result I want. That said, since you offer a CSV export, why not add the "date created" field to the CSV doc ?


Thanks for your consideration.


Michel
Michel

Posted: Oct 24, 2012



I note that the tasks "date created" value is not included as part of exported data. I am wondering why, considering that the "due date" variables is included. Making the export in CVS as complete as possible is precious ( including the date of task creation ). Thks
Michel

Posted: Oct 24, 2012



when can we expect an update ? Thanks
Michel

Posted: Jul 29, 2011



Thank you for the web site redesign. It is a huge improvement.
Michel

Posted: Dec 11, 2009



This is an excellent tip. Thank you.
Michel

Posted: Dec 11, 2009



Posted by Asheen:
Vin showed me a pretty good workaround: when you're in an email that you want to flag for reply or other action, copy the URL (it should look like this: http://mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1#inbox/125231b947ea262c, or http://mail.google.com/a/yourdomain.com/?ui=2#inbox/12523d4160e121d3) and paste it into a TD note. Name the note, e.g., "Send article to Deb". I also tag all email tasks accordingly, and have my TD gmail gadget always displaying this "emails" tag. (I opt for the full webpage and iPhone app for the rest of my tasks.)

So when I glance in my inbox, I see all the emails I have to send in the TD gadget. Then when I want to execute a task (send one of the emails), I click on the task in the gadget and then click on the URL in its note, which automatically takes me to the email chain that needs replying.

It's not RTM's one-click button, but it's pretty close.