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michaelkamen

Posted: Jul 20, 2013



Would be very helpful to have a "subtask to outline" feature. This would take a task and all it's subtasks and copy (or just convert) them to Outlines as a hierarchical list. This would be especially useful as we transition to Outlines from other less effective ways we have made use of subtasks previously.
michaelkamen

Posted: Jun 05, 2013
From Topic: New Section: Outlines



Can't tell you how happy I am -- I have been an outline lover since Framework 2, and later Ecco Pro. I will be demanding be assured :-)
michaelkamen

Posted: Sep 25, 2011



Very good point JPR.

Posted by JPR:
Very cool utility. I think I'll keep it with or without the Toodledo capability. My concern is with password security. Are there technical reasons you are aware of why the Toodledo Click.to action requires a password, vs the Gmail action which doesn't?

The Gmail action only works when you are logged in, whereas Toodledo requires a userID/password and it opens an un-encrypted Toodledo page to boot.
michaelkamen

Posted: Jul 29, 2011



Made a support ticket for bug noted, i.e., multi-line view retained the elongated-horizontal orientation of grid view, following change to grid view and then returning to multi-line. One then has to scroll way to the right just to find the notes icon when viewing detail in multi-line view.

Once this is corrected, the option to hide the left panel becomes, for me, much less pressing.
michaelkamen

Posted: Jul 29, 2011



Thank you -- the folder jump icon is back.

Much love,
Michael

Posted by michaelkamen:
I second the hiding of the left sidebar. It is important during periods of editing under detailed column view, to bring the desired columns into the window. Also, the edit-columns button is now way over on the right, requiring scrolling before one can even get started scrolling to the columns one wants to move or resize.

Also, when multiline view (say, Main-hotlist) is sorted first by folders (my preferred way of working), I appreciated the ability to click on the divider's folder icon and jump to the folder view for that folder, either to enter new tasks without having to set their folder, or to look up other related tasks. That jump functionality is no longer present as far as I can tell, and this is a loss for me.
michaelkamen

Posted: Jul 28, 2011



I second the hiding of the left sidebar. It is important during periods of editing under detailed column view, to bring the desired columns into the window. Also, the edit-columns button is now way over on the right, requiring scrolling before one can even get started scrolling to the columns one wants to move or resize.

Also, when multiline view (say, Main-hotlist) is sorted first by folders (my preferred way of working), I appreciated the ability to click on the divider's folder icon and jump to the folder view for that folder, either to enter new tasks without having to set their folder, or to look up other related tasks. That jump functionality is no longer present as far as I can tell, and this is a loss for me.
michaelkamen

Posted: Jul 27, 2011



Very nice enhancements. Pleasantly surprised. Took very little time to make sense. Kudos to the Toodledo team!

Addendum: I do miss the wrapping of text, although I understand the intention to allow more items to be visible at once. From my point of view it would be good to have a word-wrap option. I would set it on word-wrap for sure.


This message was edited Jul 27, 2011.
michaelkamen

Posted: Jan 13, 2010



Is there a plan to provide wireless synchronization between the Toodledo Notebook and the Blackberry Memo pad application?
michaelkamen

Posted: Dec 11, 2009
From Topic: Monthly task problem



Very good -- thank you.
michaelkamen

Posted: Dec 10, 2009
From Topic: Monthly task problem



Hi,

Part 1:
I have a monthly activity that begins the 3rd Monday each month, and occupies the entire week. So, the start date can described as "3rd Mon each month", but TD appears to only allow me to use that logic with respect to the due date. Is there any way to nominate the start date as the driver, without omitting due date? I do not want to omit the due date because that is the sort I prefer and the task would wind up among the "No date" entries.

Part 2:
Wednesday before the 3rd Monday described above, I have preparations to do. I would like to be able to set a repeat starting on the "Wednesday before the 3rd Monday each month", and due on the Friday. Again, driven by the start date.

Any way or any hope?
michaelkamen

Posted: Dec 04, 2009



Very cool -- thank you.
michaelkamen

Posted: Dec 04, 2009



I am finding TD to be a great task list manager. I especially like the several ways that exist to characterize a task, and the ability to use subtasks.

I have one feature request, which would I believe enhance Toodledo's project management usefulness (certainly for me). Often the length of a task is not easy to predict precisely. It may take days or weeks to complete Task A. Task B may be dependant on Task A as a precedent. When I complete Task A, I now have to change the start date of Task B to the date when I am actually able to start it.

The functionality I am looking for would have the start date of task B capable of being linked to the Completion date of task A. Now, I have never seen Completion date (i.e., the date task is marked done) in my views of TD -- however I am sure it must exist internally (if not, why not)? By specifying that Task B's start date is linked to Task A's completion date (when it is marked done), the former's start date would be accurate. Due date would also be calculated by adding the specified length of Task B to the start date.

Thanks again for a great product, and I look forward to reading your comments.