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gui

Posted: Aug 04, 2009



Just downloaded the lates. Update with landscape. You guys rock!!!
gui

Posted: Jul 29, 2009



You guys are great! In a field where some developers (Cultured Code/Things) remove their forum because they do not wish to read complaints or when RTM does not even bother to make releases or answer forum requests, you share something like this.

I am with Toodledo for all the right reasons.

Now, let's talk about that UI......
gui

Posted: Jul 12, 2009



To all those guys asking to eliminate the "Edit" and "Done" buttons in the notes take this into consideration:

If you had an immediate editing option upon touching the screen, you would not be
able to dial, email or visit a website. That's what happens in Appigo's To Do (an excellent app otherwise) If you touched the screen and it went into Edit mode immediately you could not use the call, email, website features.
gui

Posted: Jul 02, 2009



Posted by jgierchak:
I moved over when Emily got nasty in the RTM forums


LOL, I thought I was the only one who thought she was not polished enough!
gui

Posted: Jul 02, 2009



Posted by Anders:
You can receive email and SMS reminders on your iPhone,
Right. I was already receiving that. but my question goes more closely related to:

but now you can also receive iPhone specific popup push notifications as well.


This is what I thought could only be done through the web app. Let's suppose I create a new task in my iPhone and set the due date and time. Will it work from the iPhone or must I go to the web app to make it work?
gui

Posted: Jul 02, 2009



Congratulations!

love all the new functions but I particularly like the new resizable fonts. I purchased ToDo (an outstanding app) mostly because the size of the Toodledo app were too small. I do, however love the simplicity of Toodledo app, reminiscing of the early Palm apps. I need simplicity. I work in code all day (software developer). The last thing I need is to complicate my apps with more functions. Your app is easy to use, easy to read, perfect for me.

Now, being able to add telephone, email and website in the note and working flawslessly with iPhone's native apps is just the icing on an already excellent app.

Entering tasks is so much fater and simpler than before.

I cannot comment on reminders and allarms since I haven't tried them but I will write a review as soon as I figure it out. I was under the impression that alarms could only be entered through the web app, am I right or is are the notification from the iPhone via email only?

Thanks


This message was edited Jul 02, 2009.
gui

Posted: Jun 28, 2009



Wow! Nice but I hope the iPhone can set them soon. I use it more than I use the web app.
RTM introduced their push reminders but they are quite inconsistent. You receive one or two and then you do not receive thek any longer.
gui

Posted: May 01, 2009



Here's a suggestion:

Purchase Appigo To Do. Purchase Appigo Notes. Every task can be archived in Notes forever and you have them in your iPhone. You can also convert memos or notes to tasks. Entire solution cost $ 15.

BTW I use both Toodledo and To Do precisely for that purpose. I also own Momo notes which is fantastic but does not save tasks.

You mention "from a customer pov", C'mon, Toodledo is the price of a burger!
gui

Posted: Apr 29, 2009



I agree. Great way to work without distractions and you don't mes with your PC. Use Firefox
gui

Posted: Apr 29, 2009



Proximo

excellent solution. I too, used my Toodledo in my main page by Google. Distractions were many. This is great. Thanks
gui

Posted: Apr 07, 2009
From Topic: Franklin Covey



Indeed. What I do is use tags. I am former Day-Timer user and A1,A2 etc are my way of working.
gui

Posted: Mar 18, 2009



face

non faciammo complimenti! L'idea e abbastanza buona. Magari si potrebbe convincere a Toodledo di usare gente comoe noi per fare le traduzzioni. RTM lo fa cosi e hanno un buon numero di partecipanti. Io ho fatto diverse traduzioni a altre lingue. Non so se lo farei coll'italiano giacche non e tanto buono.

Cosa fai? Io disegno siti web e sviluppo software pure. Dove sei? In Italia?
gui

Posted: Mar 17, 2009



face,

just curious, why would you want a Toodledo in italian? Seems like you handle english quite well
gui

Posted: Mar 15, 2009
From Topic: Design



As a designer myself, I share the same thoughts. The cow and Todoist are amazing in its design. Not the functionality, though. This one rocks but it's not too pretty. Let's send it to plastic surgery, please
gui

Posted: Mar 15, 2009
From Topic: Webware 100



Give me a friggin' brake! RTM made it again?
gui

Posted: Mar 15, 2009



dcefrance

ca va? I'm gui from RTM, also a Toodledo user now. Have you followed up on your post? http://www.rememberthemilk.com/forums/tips/6871/ You created quite a storm.

Nice to find you here. Great app!
gui

Posted: Feb 24, 2009
From Topic: New ToodleAir Release



INdeed it does, however, I've tried other adobe air apps and it seems to be the norm. I would think that those great apps ought to be rather light if Adobe Air wants a niche of that market. Yet, every time I run into one of them they are huge in size. IS it always like that?
gui

Posted: Feb 24, 2009
From Topic: New ToodleAir Release



Thanks, I had not. It's working fine now. One think I did notice, it is up there with Internet Explorer as far as CPU usage, right? I mean, IE uses up 52K and ToodleAir around 42K. Is this correct or am I doing something wrong?
gui

Posted: Feb 22, 2009
From Topic: New ToodleAir Release



Hi

looks very nice. I want it to stay on top of all the screens and it's not happening. Any suggestion?

Works very nicely!
gui

Posted: Jan 31, 2009
From Topic: Support..? Hello..?!



sflorak:

Man, chill!

Toodledo people have been more than gracious with you than anyone else would expect. You are just causing or trying to cause problems. They are too nice to tell you but I am not: take your business to RTM and you will spend more for a mediocre solution. Or, go for this solution and obtain the best there is. That simple!

If you must think things over for less than $20 (iPhone solution included) I pity your realtor
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