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Posted: Dec 24, 2013

I had an issue with this and solved it with brute force. I print my tasks (in my case with the notes for each task displayed) then I take the printed copy and photocopy at 150%. It comes out very legibly and at a normal print size. Due to restrictions where I work toodledo collaboration isn't an option.

When I was preparing a records review I did this again, (150% enlarge)turning the paper to landscape and had a very accessible and manageable worksheet.

I usually work online, but many of my co-workers need to know what items I'm looking for, so lists get printed fairly frequently. I may yet have to buy a sub, but so far I've been making it work without.

Posted: Nov 20, 2013
From Topic: New Section: Lists

jneville is me, it's a work account, I have one sad complaint, a list limit of 30 items? I understand limits but I've never hit my head on one before. I can't subscribe for my work, or for one single feature, all the limit does is annoy me, and I'm sure others. How about a limit of say 100?

When I first hit the limit I thought I'd just jump into a second list but that will fox the alphabetization of what I'm doing...

I'm sad, It was such an awesome list!!

Posted: Jun 07, 2013
From Topic: New Section: Outlines

I am not as computer savvy as most of you, and I was excited to see this until I realized that it's tutorials are not up and running, or if they are I don't know how they're supposed to work. and there's no video tutorial.

So I reserve judgement until I see videos.

Posted: Mar 09, 2013

My expectation is that the newer look will improve with each successive update and I will eventually be able to step up.

Posted: Mar 02, 2013

Have to admit a calender that syncs with google was why I was playing around with pocket informant.

Posted: Feb 26, 2013

Yikes! I'm glad I hung fire on this. I'll be watching.

Posted: Feb 11, 2013

It is brighter and easier to read, The orange tabs in the corner are still a little indistinct and hard to see the difference between tho colors or why they might be there.

Posted: Feb 09, 2013

Actually there is an icon that represents notes attached to a task, it's a rectangle with horizontal lines in it, one line means no note and three means there is a note. This is in the left hand columns just before the text of the task.

Posted: Feb 01, 2013
From Topic: Repeat tasks

Just to the right of the quick add is the word "Show" click on that, it will drop a box that will give you the option to "hide Future" if you do that tasks that are not due on that day will not show. so once you do a bunch and refresh screen your 'completed for the day' task will not show.

Posted: Feb 01, 2013

Ticket created, Thank you.

Posted: Feb 01, 2013

When I have a goal attached to a task and use the iOS version the goal gets removed from the task when I'm looking at it on the website. For me this isn't a huge issue but if I was trying to use goal chains it would upset me a lot.

Posted: Jan 31, 2013

While I understand your point MCO I also have seen Toodledo work some projects that have left me scratching my head. Like the facebook/twitter thing and some of the charts and graphs.

By and large it might be less frustrating for us if they did show us where they were placing resources so we would understand if our desired one was close to completion or "Don't Hold Your Breath" or "Someday"

Posted: Jan 25, 2013

Edit because I solved it by stopping and dumping the TD sync then readding it

This message was edited Jan 25, 2013.

Posted: Jan 23, 2013

How about a home management system, which was what brought me to use Toodledo in the first place.

http://www.flylady.net/ This site explains it thoroughly but what the site does is guide folks from domestic CHAOS (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome) to a point where the home is reasonably clean and reasonably organized without the tears or usually the backsliding involved in this. It also helps people who are too perfectionist about this stuff to a place where they can live in a home instead of a museum.

She touts a website called Cozi which has a powerful shopping list tool and a few other things but I think Toodledo makes a far more powerful "Control Journal" plus Toodledo is a lot more stable than Cozi most of the time. Better yet, no ads.

Posted: Jan 17, 2013

Looking forward to it!!

Posted: Jan 15, 2013

For others looking at this thread in the future.

I force task order with an alphabet sort and numbers for tasks. So my contexts are times(Morning, afternoon, evening, and today)and places/events (work, preparing for a trip) and I number things to get them in the order I want them.

Posted: Jan 15, 2013
From Topic: Checklists

Posted by JPR:
Posted by Jc_1331507181:
What do you mean by text note checklist?

It's just a simple list in the note of a task. Here is an example of a "text note checklist":

Create each item on a new line
Select all text
Copy all text
Click on Add Subtask
Click on Add Multiple Tasks
Paste Text
Click Save
Enjoy your checklist in subtask form

Can I do this for regular tasks? I don't have subtasks because I don't use all of toodledo's features for free. I have a list that can be used as often as twice a week and as seldom as every few months.

Is there any way a note can be set up so as to fall into a particular folder or context?

OK, I made a test case and...wow that's freaking amazing! Thank you! Thank You and THANK YOU!

This message was edited Jan 15, 2013.

Posted: Jan 15, 2013

Yes, please don't role this out without an option to stay with the words :)

Posted: Jan 14, 2013

Some of the "minor bugs" rendered it unusable for folks. My filters didn't work properly and I can see how some people found it difficult to read.

I'm wondering how the work is going to fix the issues?

Posted: Jan 09, 2013
From Topic: Notes Formatting

They had it in the iOS update that was withdrawn, so I'm sure it will be back. The html tags work in the browsers fine.
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