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Posted: Sep 28, 2009

I really would like to see a MUCH better userinterface on the web. All the features aseked are good BUT this UI is so dumb.

Take a look at OmniFocus, Things or The Hit List. There is a good goal for the UI.

I would like to pay a little bit extra if I can see usable Toodledo. (I have upgraded already.)

Posted: Mar 20, 2009

That would be really nice.

Posted: Mar 17, 2009

I must say that I see all the potential you have in here. This can be a huge hit - really.

Posted: Mar 16, 2009

If you really wanna make Toodledo a hit. (Which it can be.)

First: You must use Omnifocus/Things on Mac.
Second: Try to make TD feel and be as usable they are.

1. Add _real_projects_ for system.
2. Make adding tasks to projects faster. (Tasks must inherit projects settings.
3. Sorting tasks under project is a must.

Posted: Mar 14, 2009

There is one downside using subtask as a task. It is really slow process to add a subtask. When you add first subtask, you always need to to drag and drop it. And when you add multipple tasks - well... I quess you got the drill.

Posted: Mar 12, 2009

One thing more. If there are no tasks in folder, it does not show up in the list. Bad thing if you want to see if there are projetcs without tasks...

I think toodledo is best now... but it really is not intuitive and easy to approach. As Thing forexample is...

Posted: Feb 28, 2009

When you go to add folder page... there is now fast way to come back to todo-list. And it is impossible to add folder with iPhone. And another thing - it is impossible to attach folder to some context or goal or... Folders are not for projects.

Posted: Feb 27, 2009

Posted by johnwin:
Are 'Folders' not the perfect proxy for Projects?

They are too difficult to add...

Posted: Feb 24, 2009


The lack of real approach for 'projects' shows that this tool is not for GTD.

Watch a video about Things or OmniFocus. That is how projects should be handled.

And don't try to explain about subtasks... subtask is a subtask - not a project.

Posted: Feb 19, 2009

Ok. There were hiding in settings...

Posted: Feb 19, 2009