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atu.hira

Posted: Aug 23, 2014



Today I will show you some tips on how to register Google calendar schedules as Toodledo tasks.

When registering tasks using IFTTT "Action" , you couldn't set "Due Date" or "Length" on Toodledo tasks, which was kind of annoying.

So, I tried combining IFTTT and Google Apps Script. Ta-da! Turns out you can retrieve task information accurately!

Below are step by step instructions on how to do it, try it out!

How to create a due date and length when adding a task on Toodledo using IFTTT
https://www.toodledo.com/forums/3/19453/0/how-to-create-a-due-date...


This message was edited Aug 23, 2014.
atu.hira

Posted: Aug 23, 2014



How to create a due date,length when adding a task using IFTTT

Dear fellow Toodledo lovers, hello.

Today I will show you some tips on how to register Google calendar schedules as Toodledo tasks.

When registering tasks using IFTTT "Action" , you couldn't set "Due Date" or "Length" on Toodledo tasks, which was kind of annoying.

So, I tried combining IFTTT and Google Apps Script. Ta-da! Turns out you can retrieve task information accurately!

Below are step by step instructions on how to do it, try it out!

- - - - - - - -



1.Enable e-mail importing (toodledo.com)

http://www.toodledo.com/tools/connect_email.php


2.Use this IFTTT recipe (ifttt.com)

https://ifttt.com/recipes/196999-if-any-new-event-added-on-google-calendar-then-send-me-an-email




- "Google Calendar Channel" and "Email Channel" -- please activate each.(Please set up by Gmail account.)
- It is OK even if each Google account is different.

3.Setup of Google Apps Script (docs.google.com/spreadsheets/)


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/


- Please access "Google Sheets" after logging in by the same account as the Gmail address set up above.



- Create an "Untitled spreadsheet", and paste your address for "e-mail import" on the cell of most the upper left(cell A:1).
- And click a menu in order of a Tools -> Script editor.



- The Script Editor will open. Delete all of the example code , and add the following code:

http://toodledotips.jp/tool/Code.gs.txt

, and then click Save.



- To execute the script, either click ▶ or select the menu item Run -> checkMailToTask.



- A dialog box will appear and tell you that the script requires authorization. Click Continue.



- A second dialog box will then request authorization for specific Google services. Read the notice carefully, then click Accept.



- From the Script Editor, choose Resources -> Current project's triggers. You see a panel with the message No triggers set up. Click here to add one now.



- Under Run, select the function checkMailToTask.
- Under Events, select Time-driven, Minutes timer and Every 15 minutes.
, and then click Save.

- Congratulations!
- Setup is now complete.


(If a schedule is created on a calendar, e-mail will be transmitted and a task will be registered automatically.)







This message was edited 7 days ago.
atu.hira

Posted: Aug 21, 2014





This message was edited Aug 21, 2014.
atu.hira

Posted: Jun 08, 2012



Hello, everyone.

I made Bookmarklet for Toodledo newly.

Please try.

I am glad if feedback can be got. :)

[code]
javascript:(function(){str=%27%27%3Bd=document%3Bs=d.createElement(%27script%27)%3B
s.setAttribute(%27src%27,%27http://toodledotips.jp/t/et2.js%27)%3B
d.documentElement.appendChild(s)%3Btt_navi=0%3Btt_fnt=1%3Btt_top=450%3B
tt_left=5%3Btt_wid=170%3Btt_lang=%27en%27%3Btt_due=0%3Btt_star=0%3B}())

*Please remove the newline character (either or both of CR and LF).

[screenshot]


[blog]
http://blog.toodledotips.jp/?p=1625&lang=en


This message was edited Jun 09, 2012.
atu.hira

Posted: Apr 12, 2011



Hi everyone,

Here's a bookmarklet that should allow you can see how long the subtotals will take per subtotal.
This bookmarklet opens in a modal-type window directly over top of the To-Do List page you're currently viewing.
It will work in all the major browsers e.g Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and so on.

If you highlight the Javascript below and drag it to your bookmark bar (and then give this bookmarklet a name),
then after any sort in Toodledo you can see how long the subtotals will take per subtotal.

For instance, if you sort by Context or Tag then clicking on your bookmarklet will tell you how long you've estimated
it will take -- in total -- for each Context or Tag.

Please enjoy and provide feedback of any kind. :)

[code]

javascript:(function(){str='';d=document;s=d.createElement('script');s.setAttribute('src', 'http://blog.toodledotips.jp/end.js');d.documentElement.appendChild(s);tt_open=1;tt_top=10; tt_left=10;tt_lang= 'en';}())


[screenshot]



This message was edited Apr 12, 2011.
atu.hira

Posted: Mar 31, 2010



Yes, It works as you wish.
Just click the column heading labeled "Priority" to sort by priority, and then run the Bookmarklet.
atu.hira

Posted: Mar 25, 2010



Everyone,

It's a Bookmarklet that you can see length by sort items (for example, context) and end time for complete tasks
,using JavaScript alert.

Please try it out. :)

javascript:var o=0;var o2='';var o3=0;var s='';var sd='';var myto=0;var it='';var v=0;var d=document.body.innerHTML;var c=document.getElementsByClassName('sep');for(i=0;i<c.length;i++){if(i+1==c.length){myto=9999999;} else {myto=d.indexOf(c[i+1].innerHTML);}s=d.substring(d.indexOf(c[i].innerHTML),myto); sd=s.match(/len[^>]+>([^<]+)<\/span>/ig);for(j=0;j<sd.length;j++){if(sd[j].indexOf('none') < 1){ sd[j].match(/(\d*\.?\d+) min|(\d*\.?\d+) hour/i);o=o+(isNaN(RegExp.$1)?0:RegExp.$1-0)+((isNaN(RegExp.$2)?0:RegExp.$2-0)*60);}};if(typeof c[i].innerText=='undefined'){it=c[i].textContent;}else{it=c[i].innerText;}v=(o-0)/60;o2=o2+it+' - '+v.toFixed(2)+' hours\n';o3=o3+v;o=0;};d=new Date();var o5=d.getHours()+':'+('0'+d.getMinutes()).slice(-2);d.setMinutes(d.getMinutes()+(o3*60));var o4=d.getHours()+':'+('0'+d.getMinutes()).slice(-2);alert(o2+'\nTotal Estimated Lengths: '+o3.toFixed(2)+' hours\n\nCurrent time - '+o5+'\nEnd time - '+o4);



This message was edited Mar 25, 2010.
atu.hira

Posted: Feb 22, 2010



Here is a bookmarklet that should work:

javascript:var o=0;var o2='';var s='';var sd='';var myto='';var it='';var v=0;var d=document.body.innerHTML;var c=document.getElementsByClassName('sep');for(i=0;i<c.length;i++){if(i+1==c.length){myto='9999999' ;}else{myto=d.indexOf(c[i+1].innerHTML);}s=d.substring(d.indexOf(c[i].innerHTML),myto);sd = s.match(/len[^>]+>([^<]+)<\/span>/ig);for(j=0;j<sd.length;j++){if(sd[j].indexOf('none')< 1){sd[j].match(/(\d+) mins|(\d+) hour/i);o=o+(RegExp.$1-0)+((RegExp.$2-0)*60);}};if(typeof c[i].innerText=='undefined'){it=c[i].textContent;}else{it=c[i].innerText;}v=(o)/60;o2=o2+it+' '+v.toFixed(2)+' hours\n';o=0;};alert('Estimated Lengths by context\n'+o2);

This Bookmarklet displays "Total Estimated Lengths" of the Task sorted by Context, Due-Date.

Regards,
Atsushi
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