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robmutsaars

Posted: Feb 20, 2014
From Topic: Toodledo Android App



I may have found an inconsistency between the Toodledo Webapp and the Android app and this specifically concerns the "Hotlist". in the web app i have same tasks that are "on hold" or "waiting" but have a due date in the past or today. Because of the due date in the past, they appear on my hotlist. They however do not appear in the Hotlist in the Android app. Are the criteria for tasks appearing on Hotlist the same for the web version and the Android app ?
(furtermore the Android app is really good !!)
robmutsaars

Posted: Feb 19, 2014



i just downloaded the Android app, and -call me stupid- but how do i setup that i can voice record my todo's in Toodledo (and have them transcribed) ?

-- was too quick with my post, found it already :-)


This message was edited Feb 19, 2014.
robmutsaars

Posted: Dec 17, 2013
From Topic: Task Unifier Block



I am using an old(er) version of TaskUnifier and using the free account of Toodledo. I just checked and no errors when syncing TaskUnifier with Toodledo.
robmutsaars

Posted: Aug 01, 2013



Thanks for the "unstar" feature. I noticed that i undeed 'unstar' manually before i complete a (starred) recurring task, so very usefull to automate this. Thanks !
robmutsaars

Posted: Jan 23, 2013



Hi, i am using Toodledo and always have been struggling how i can quickly add a task to Toodledo. I recently ran into Launchy and found some (old) references on this forum of people using Launchy together with Toodledo. Sadly enough, most references to URL's no longer work.
I was wondering, is anyone still using Launchy for this purpose and can you explain how you have Launchy configured in order to quickly add tasks to Toodledo.

Many thanks !
robmutsaars

Posted: Dec 11, 2012



I have no clue how to write such a macro, but instead i would recommend looking for some 3rd party products like ToodledoSync and Gsyncit. Those apps do exactly what you describe (sync with Outlook).
However if you would want to code such a macro, i would be very interested in beta-testing it :-)
robmutsaars

Posted: Nov 09, 2012



I am working with ManicTime, it automatically registers the exact time you use a specific application and it also allows you to allocate/register time for specific events (such as meetings...)
robmutsaars

Posted: Oct 26, 2012



Hi Benjamin,

I noticed an inconvenience in TaskUnifier 3.0.2, possibly i don't know how to change a setting.
I often need to change the context of a task. I then click on the edit button just to the right of the context and then a pulldown menu pops up that shows all the context. However this overview is not sorted alfabetically (like in Toodledo itself) (I think it is sorted on the sequence in which i added the context) - this is inconvenient for me, because i have all my contexts numbered, knowing that they then show up in the right order.

Is that solvable ?

Rob
robmutsaars

Posted: Sep 21, 2012



I had the same issue and i started using TaskUnifier to solve this. It's a desktop application and it syncs perfectly with Toodledo.
robmutsaars

Posted: Aug 30, 2012



I am currently using the RSS feed for the Hotlist, but i was wondering whether it's possible to also generate a RSS feed of a different folder, eg all tasks in a specific context, or a RSS feed of a specific search folder.

Is this possible ?
robmutsaars

Posted: Aug 28, 2012



I am not really experienced with these bookmarklets, but i notice that it's not working when (in Firefox 14) i am on my startpage (which is a blank page).
The bookmarklet does work when i am on a "real" webpage (eg Facebook, Google)

Is this intended behaviour ?
robmutsaars

Posted: Aug 22, 2012



seems a very nice way to use IFTT to send your todo's to Toodledo.. too bad that IFTT only supports US based phone numbers...

This message was edited Aug 22, 2012.
robmutsaars

Posted: Aug 02, 2012
From Topic: outlook script again



Hello, i am retrying to use this macro to forward email as todo to Toodledo.
The macro is stuck on the 'move to target folder' and i suspect it has todo with how i define the 'MovetoFolder' in the Outlook macro.

Suppose i want these emails to be moved to a folder called 'tempgtd' which is a subfolder of 'temp' which is a folder in my mailbox.

Exactly how do i need to define the targetfolder in the macro ?

'Define path to the target folder
Set moveToFolder = ns.Folders("yourEmail@Email.com").Folders("Active").Folders("Project")
robmutsaars

Posted: Jul 19, 2012



Posted by Kirby:
Is anyone having trouble with syncing to Toodledo via TaskUnifier this morning? I'm getting the following error message:

Error

Message:
com.leclercb.taskunifier.api.synchronizer.exc.SynchronizerHttpException: sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target
Level:
SEVERE

I'm trying to isolate whether the problem is at my end here or possibly outside of our network. Thanks!


I am able to sync my Toodledo through TaskUnifier, so i think the issue is on your local network...
robmutsaars

Posted: Jun 14, 2012
From Topic: The 'thought' context



For sure i use it, and it note these 'must do thoughts' down as real actions in my GTD system. I have projects running where tasks are being executed by others (for me 'waiting for' actions) and based on the outcome of these actions i need to decide (think) how to move forward. And then based on my decision other actions will start.
robmutsaars

Posted: Apr 13, 2012



Ah ok, overdue tasks i understand...
I noticed something on 2 tasks (both due today). One was listed as overdue and the other was not. It appeared to be that 'due date' also takes the 'due time' into account. For some reason one task had a due time of 09:00am and the other on 14:00pm. So (at 12:00am) one was listed as overdue and the other was not.
Is it intended behavior that the 'due time' is taking into account as well (technically it's correct as the task is due), as I have no clue how i did set the due-time in Toodledo the first place. So if Task Unifier really takes the time into account as well, then i need to be more specific in the 'due time'
robmutsaars

Posted: Apr 13, 2012



Benjamin,
i've got an additional question that i hope you will answer :
* Show count task - i notice two numbers listed there (and i have 'count notes switched off' - i understand that one is for the total number of tasks within that "view" - but what does the other number mean ? (and can i turn it off ?)
robmutsaars

Posted: Apr 11, 2012



Hi Benjamin, allow me to ask a how-to question. Probably a silly question, but let me try anyway.
In the 'next actions' view I would like to have my tasks sorted by 'context' - I know i can click on the 'context' column, but apparently the sort order is not saved.

Is there a way how i can make that a fixed setting ?
robmutsaars

Posted: Apr 11, 2012



Hi Benjamin, just came across Task Unifier, installed it on my laptop, and it's working great.
This is a great tool !! just what i was looking for !!

Many thanks,

Rob
robmutsaars

Posted: Mar 29, 2012



Excellent ! Many thanks !
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