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tedpenner

Posted: Nov 24, 2010
From Topic: email reminders



I noticed the pro subscriptions allow setting of email reminders on a per-task basis. That really isn't what I am looking for in a GTD App. What I would like to see is a daily reminder of ALL tasks. Will any subscription level allow this?
tedpenner

Posted: Apr 16, 2009
From Topic: Subtask Default View



Thank you, thank you saskia I am on gmail chat from time to time under username tedpenner (evenings and weekends) if you or anyone ever care to about the best system. I like your list. I think I will use the same approach for folders and subtasks. I'll think through this at work tomorrow. I have saved this thread out of hundreds I have looked at. Thanks very much for your explanation. I'm buying a pro account tomorrow to see how it goes.

This message was edited Apr 16, 2009.
tedpenner

Posted: Apr 16, 2009
From Topic: GTD Components



brainstorming:

Possible components of perfect system
- multi-context (items can be part of more than one context)
- areas of focus (i.e. work, home, or 'both?')
- multi-project (items can be part of more than one project)
- stared items (I like starring my top two items of the day each day - a Tim Ferris 4hr Work Week suggestion)
- good calendar (tickler and daily)

Basic structure of GTD.
I THINK these are all the pieces?
-Inbox
-Tickler Calendar
-Daily Calendar
-Projects
-Waiting For
-Read/Review (oh boy!, difficult to define for me, really grappling with this one)
-Waiting For
-Someday Maybe

Current TOODLEDO pieces
-context
-folder
-goals
-calendar


This message was edited Apr 16, 2009.
tedpenner

Posted: Apr 16, 2009
From Topic: GTD Components



I am struggling with the best system for GTD today and while Toodledo seems to be a good fit, I need some help defining the specific needs of a perfect GTD system.

What specific 'COMPONENTS' would it have if it were perfect?
tedpenner

Posted: Apr 16, 2009
From Topic: Subtask Default View



Vin Thomas and Jrod
Both your systems are excellent. I like Vin's "areas of focus". Jrod, you make alot of sense. I'd love to see a screencast from both of you. Toodledo does certainly seem to hold the most promise for GTD but is in no way GTD friendly out-of-the-box. I'm still lost with the use of it for GTD and have done a fair amount of reading on the topic.

My primary issue is that I am heavily tied to Outlook at work. Some time back, toodledo wrote me a response stating that there was a way to sync to Outlook for things I need at work but I can't find a way. Import/Export is great but kills the usefulness of the system if I have to go through all that.
tedpenner

Posted: Mar 30, 2009
From Topic: Toodledo with iPhone



I have considered linking with Gmail for calendar items since it can be linked with the built-in calendar APP for 'push based' reminders.

I'm confused about this. It seems it is only 1 way, so changes in Google would not be reflected in Toodledo. Is this correct? Is there a way to have changes in Google Calendar, be reflected back to Toodledo? Also, what about Pocket Informant? Anyone used that?
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