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Hourback

Posted: Aug 14, 2010



That sounded interesting!!! :-/
Hourback

Posted: Aug 14, 2010



I haven't tried any of those.

BUT :-) , I have used ClockingIT extensively:

http://www.clockingit.com/

It's free for either the hosted installation, where you can get your own subdomain, i.e., homebound.clockingit.com, or for downloading and hosting yourself. It runs on Ruby on Rails.

I will miss lots of good stuff, I'm sure, if I attempt to list features here.
Hourback

Posted: Jan 05, 2010



For now, this seems to be my (hopefully temporary) workaround:

- Tell Toodledo to e-mail reminders to Gmail
- Tell Gmail to forward messages from remind@toodledo.com to xxxxxxxxxx@tmomail.net
- Relish in the ability to read the reminder


-Ali
Hourback

Posted: Jan 05, 2010



The T-Mobile rep said that the message must not be in plain text or must contain HTML. What do the reminders contain?

-Ali
Hourback

Posted: Jan 05, 2010



Posted by Acustk:
Starting today my SMS reminders do not list the task description.

All they list is the due date followed by a dash. Did something change with the format of the reminders?

Les


Same here, Les, and it's pretty frustrating. :-) Google Calendar SMSes come through fine. I can see Gmail bodies but not subjects. Twitter SMSes come through fine.

I'm using HTC MyTouch on T-Mobile. How about you?

I saw this mentioned on the T-Mobile forums and one of the users opened a ticket on Android's project page on Google Code.

I'm doing a live chat with a T-Mobile rep now.


-Ali
Hourback

Posted: Jan 05, 2010
From Topic: TooDo and Android



I've been using Toodle Droid on MyTouch along with the mobile site and haven't had any problems yet. I'm not a heavy user though.

I've been using Toodle Droid for everything it can do and the mobile site for everything else.
Hourback

Posted: Aug 12, 2009
From Topic: TooDo and Android



I just discovered both Toodledo and my new MyTouch and would *love* an Android app. There are RTM alternatives. :-) Which is where all of my tasks were managed until two days ago, when I bought a pro account on Toodledo. Don't tell me I jumped ship too soon! ;-)