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Chris

Posted: Oct 21, 2013



Done, thanks in advance.
Chris

Posted: Oct 21, 2013



I've been having something like this problem too - I'm on the O2 network in the UK.

For me, it's been intermittent (but frequent), and what's been happening is that Toodledo gets itself into a situation in which it thinks that it's in sync, but the changes I've made on my iPhone haven't in fact synced over. It might possibly be related to signal strength, since I've been in poor signal areas quite a bit over the last couple of weeks. Some syncs have carried out with no problem, and I'm pretty sure - but not certain - that some of them have been over the mobile network rather than Wifi. Since it thinks that the unsuccessful syncs have been carried out ok though, even after the good syncs, some of the tasks on my iPhone are reflecting changes I've made there while the web interface doesn't, which is quite difficult to live with, as you can imagine. Could it perhaps be related to the bug introduced a minor version or two back, in which the iOS app Sync button continues to show "Syncing" for two minutes after the sync has completed, rather than "Wait"?

I've tried purging all the data on my iPhone app and re-syncing from the website, but that hasn't worked. I'm now going to try deleting and reinstalling the app.
Chris

Posted: Sep 14, 2013



I have them set to come from the device (as mentioned) - I did try the other way back when it first came out, but had some problems with it, the exact nature of which I can't remember now, so went back to the old way.

I'll try again over the next little while and see whether the problem occurs with alarms coming from the website.
Chris

Posted: Sep 14, 2013



Apologies for the delay replying - although I have this (and another) thread on my Watchlist, I didn't get an e-mail to say there had been further replies.

I have 85 saved searches at the moment and - as Jake will attest! - a lot of data in Toodledo generally. Speed of the iOS app had been a real annoyance for a long time under v. 2, but when speed was looked at (improved by a factor of three, wasn't it?) a few point releases into v. 3, that solved that, it was fantastic. This last update has taken it back to roughly the same level as v. 2; maybe not quite so bad, but the whole app is slow, not just the saved searches section. Eg. I'll regularly tap a button and it'll take maybe seven or eight seconds to register the tap.

Many thanks for looking into it Jake, hope you're able to bring the speed back up again.
Chris

Posted: Sep 10, 2013



Hiya,

I'm a big fan of the new Saved Search functionality in v. 3.1, but the app has slowed down very noticeably since I updated (I skipped 3.1 and went straight to 3.1.1). I do have a lot of saved searches, if that's relevant.

I know that you said that deleting the app and re-downloading/installing it would speed things up for v. 3.1 - would the same approach be likely to work with v. 3.1.1?

I've also noticed that when I sync the app (which I always do manually), once the sync has completed, instead of turning to "Wait" until the two minutes are up, the sync button continues showing "Syncing" - I don't know whether that's related to the slowness or just a small bug.

Many thanks for your continuing development and improvement of Toodledo generally. :)
Chris

Posted: Sep 10, 2013



I have what seems like the same problem - I have several tasks that repeat every day and have an alarm. Say I mark Task A complete via the website long before the alarm is due to go off, and subsequently sync my iOS app (still long before the alarm), the iOS alarm will still go off when the time comes, even though it knows that the task has been completed. I have iOS alarms set to come from the device.
Chris

Posted: Jul 12, 2013



Agreed. I posted the following on Facebook, but I suppose it's more useful here, isn't it?

Very keen on the self-unstarring repeating tasks. Would love for this to be expanded so that you can set up "default" data for all the fields of a task so that if it's repeated (or cloned) it will adopt those instead of the data it ends up with upon completion before repetition. That would make completing and setting-up tasks a whole lot quicker for me! (Currently I use the note field to store this information and check everything before completing each task.)
Chris

Posted: Jun 06, 2013
From Topic: iOS App Version 3.0.5



I'm very happy with the current version of the iOS app, which I find runs much faster than version 2.x. many thanks for all the hard work in producing and improving it.

There's one thing that I think it would be nice to be ironed out, though. There is a box with a number in it next to the SHOW button in the filter bar at the top, which indicates how many tasks exist but are hidden from view because of the current filter settings. If you're viewing the subtasks of a parent task, however, the box always reads 0, even if there are subtasks that are hidden because of the filter setting. It would be nice if that box could show hidden subtasks in this situation - I'm pretty sure that's how it worked under previous versions of the app.

Be great if that could be looked into, but once again, thank you for all your hard work and for continuing to develop a great set of tools that I use morning, noon and night, every day.
Chris

Posted: Jun 06, 2013
From Topic: New Section: Outlines



Could I ask - are Outlines included in the backups/exports at all, or is this planned for the future? If so, which types of backup/export?
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