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Posted: Oct 25, 2011
From Topic: 2Do: Metadata?

Mine only has it with the notes.

Posted: Oct 23, 2011
From Topic: 2Do: Metadata?

I believe that the metadata still comes across with 2Do. Makes the notes section look messy with the extra info.

Nice application, but still very slow to sync with Toodledo. I have a lot of items, but it can take me 5 - 10 minutes to synchronize, when my other apps tied to Toodledo update in seconds.

They have an update into Apple, but it has been bogged down for over a month. Not sure if the latest update addresses any of these issues.

Posted: Oct 20, 2011

I have tried them all, but find that I use Pocket Informant the most. Nice having both the tasks and calendar in one app. Very quick with syncing.

They are also releasing a major update shortly. (may already be to Apple for review)

2Do has some nice features, but is very slow to sync (can take 5 - 10 minutes with a lot of tasks, the others take just a few seconds).

ToDo is quick, but does not bring over all the information.

All of the ones listed above are among the top rated, with lots of users.

Given that they are not overly expensive, I would try a couple. A lot is personal preference based on how you manage your lists and GTD approach.

Posted: Sep 29, 2011

If you are at user styles and sort by updated date, you can see which ones have been update since the major update to Toodledo (July 2011). The top 5 skins work.


I am sure that more will be created, but there are some good choices to start. Anything older than July will no longer work with the new version.

Posted: Sep 14, 2011

Try Pocket Informant. It integrates with Toodledo, as well as the calendar in the iPhone (which can be connected to Outlook). You can see both with in the same app.

It can also sync directly with the google calendar.

Posted: Aug 15, 2011

I haven't seen any of these performance issues when I open tge redesigned Toodledo (typically use Chrome). Open time is under 2 seconds.

Someone slower with IE8, but nothing like what you are seeing.

Posted: Aug 05, 2011

You need to make the sort based in importance to get the priority dividers. (or priority...).

The first sort order determines the dividers.

Posted: Aug 03, 2011

Create a new search, select due date, with the criteria as either equal or before and then just type in today as the search for the date. (nothing special formatting for today, just the word).

Should work fine - just tried.

If this works, just save the search and you can reuse as often as you like.

Posted: Jul 27, 2011

Great Job - much easier to use. Agree with comments on color, but it sounds like this is coming.

Given that this is in Ajax, another great option would be allow the user to drag and drop into a new area to change the assignment (especially useful with the choices down the left. It could apply to any of the choices, but here are some examples. You could:

- Drag and drop to change status from "active" to "next"
- Drag and drop to change the due date (drop into new date on calendar)
- Drag and drop between categories
- Drag and drop to change/add new tags

Should have a lot of new, highly improved functionality and new usability using AJAX.

Another option would be to have a button to do a multi-edit. You could then choose multiple tasks at once and then drag all of them to make a change (see above for examples)

Great Job. Looking forward to the next level of improvements

This message was edited Jul 27, 2011.