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billzimmerly

Posted: Jun 10, 2014



Thanks Folks! That worked perfectly. :)
billzimmerly

Posted: Jun 09, 2014



First off, I have a Gold Subscription and in the settings I have prevented the system from deleting any tasks.

I have a need to search and list completed tasks - NOT "recently completed" whatever that means.

How do I do it?

(I need, for example, to list my Doctor appointments over the past year.)
billzimmerly

Posted: Dec 03, 2012



I would like to second George's praise for this fantastic program ... and system of programs. I've always been a highly-organized guy, but Toodledo and the Android "Ultimate TO-DO List" are the perfect combination to take time management to the proverbial next level.

A hearty *** THANK YOU *** to all involved in making these indispensable tools!

Sincerely,
- Bill
billzimmerly

Posted: Oct 28, 2012
From Topic: Y2K issues...



Thanks Jake ... I found more evidence that it must be UTDL that's the problem. I created a task with a start date in the 1976 and a due date in 2003, and it reported that the due date must come after the start date!
billzimmerly

Posted: Oct 24, 2012
From Topic: Y2K issues...



Hi Jake!

Thank you for the quick reply. I'm sorry about my late one. :(

Anyway, on "Ultimate TO-DO List" I entered 1976 for the start date on one of my tasks, and it appears as 2076 on Toodledo after synchronizing.

I don't know where the problem is found (Toodledo, UTDL, or synchronizing), but if it helps, it -does- show up correctly on "Ultimate TO-DO List."

- Bill


This message was edited Oct 24, 2012.
billzimmerly

Posted: Oct 22, 2012
From Topic: Y2K issues...



I use my Toodledo Pro-Plan heavily and this includes putting start and completion dates on events that happened before the year 2000. Apparently, the Y2K bug still exists on applications written after that date. Can this please be fixed? (Thank you!)
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