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Michael V

Posted: Mar 22, 2014



Try the Bookmarklet too...
http://www.toodledo.com/tools/bookmarklet.php
Michael V

Posted: Oct 21, 2013
From Topic: Outline Font Larger?



When I print out my outline, it is outputted to about 8 point font. Any way (or trick) to increase the size when printed to paper? Or copy it to MS Word so it looks like an outline? I tried all of the export solutions but none work for me.
Michael V

Posted: Oct 01, 2013



I use it to plan out my weekly 1 on 1 agenda with my employees and my boss. Each employee has their own outline. Clone tool helps too.

However, would I rather have a more colorful, click and drag to do list? YES!!
Michael V

Posted: Sep 24, 2013



Just as the subject asks...How to rename a cloned Outline?
Michael V

Posted: Sep 23, 2013



Awesome...I remember reading a post a while back but I thought I was going crazy. Thanks, Jake!
Michael V

Posted: Sep 22, 2013



Can I have a repeating task that has the star already selected? For weekly tasks that I automatically want on my "Do Today" without having to select it.
Michael V

Posted: Sep 22, 2013



How do you RESET all the checkboxes in a list back to being unchecked... all at one time. ie I went to the grocery store and used my list. This week I want to reuse the list.

This message was edited Sep 22, 2013.
Michael V

Posted: Jul 04, 2013



I've installed both Stylish and two separate layouts for Toodledo. Everything is installed (extensions etc.), however, nothing changes. I've tried to restart both Chrome and TOODLEDO and nothing happens. I went into extensions and it is enabled. Any suggestions?

NEVER MIND! I realized the styles WERE working...the ones I chose were just too subtle for me to notice. BTW, any suggestions for which ones to try?


This message was edited Jul 04, 2013.
Michael V

Posted: Jun 09, 2013
From Topic: Subtasks Hidden



Hey Modum,
Thanks for getting back to me. After I posted, I discovered that I can set Folders to hidden and Views to indented. I will just have to bounce back and forth to view my lists. Thanks for all of the insight and help!
Michael V

Posted: Jun 07, 2013



Kochav, if you click and drag over your search name from LEFT to Right (it doesn't work in the other direction) to highlight, and then either rt click or Control C to copy...Modify your search and when you click save, PASTE the exact same name and the search will be replaced instead of duplicated.

It's a technique I used back in the '90s...sad we still have to do it today. (:/
Michael V

Posted: Jun 05, 2013
From Topic: Subtasks Hidden



I am using Toodledo in Chrome. When I change my subtasks to hidden (or in line), it impacts ALL the various views and searches...it is not configurable per folder or search view. Modum, how do you get that to work???
Michael V

Posted: Jun 05, 2013
From Topic: Subtasks Hidden



Is there a search criteria that I can use to have them be visible if I star the subtask?

This is becomming a deal breaker...expanded subtask lists just become monsters!
Michael V

Posted: Jun 04, 2013



I do what Purveyor does (there is no such thing as original thought! LOL) I make a "Text" backup" of all my templates and store them in Notes. Then, if I screw something up and use or delete my template by accident, I can use "Add multiple tasks" to recover the template structure.
Michael V

Posted: Jun 04, 2013
From Topic: Subtasks Hidden



If the only way to show a Parent w/ subtasks collapsed is to set them as "Hidden", is there a way to show the individual subtask when the setting is set to "hidden"?

i.e. I have a search view that displays PROJECTS and then another search view that displays individual starred tasks, some of which are subtasks. When I make them "hidden" to collapse the Parent, I lose the visibility of the subtask.
Michael V

Posted: Nov 13, 2012



I have a repeating task (1x per month) to back up Toodledo (using the Tools Backup up option). It takes 30 seconds and I never forget to do it.
Michael V

Posted: Oct 27, 2012
From Topic: Hidden Tasks



I use the "Show" icon (next to the quick add task). I turn OFF the checkbox for "show future tasks" and then set the "Start Date" of my task for any future date. For example... "Take car in for snow tires - Nov 25, 2012" my task will not appear until 11/25/12. I can view it in advance if I check the "show future tasks".
Michael V

Posted: Sep 04, 2012
From Topic: Scale of the Universe



Oh Man. Sorry, I forgot to include the link...duuuh

http://htwins.net/scale2/
Michael V

Posted: Sep 02, 2012
From Topic: Scale of the Universe



I stumbled onto this intriguing website. It is an interactive tool to learn about the scale of the universe. Suggestion: Drag the slide bar to the far left and use your keyboard "left and right arrows" to control the slide bar. You can click on any object to learn more about it.

BTW, I tried the new Toodledo Bookmark Feature and added this URL to my "Reference" folder! It worked great!
Michael V

Posted: Jun 15, 2012



I would like to easily add my daily appointments to my to do list so I have a more accurate view of ALL my time for that day. Otherwise I identify tasks to do but I run out of time in the course of the day.

I use Outlook. I have tried to "forward" appts from my Outlook calendar to Toodledo but I can't easily pick up (or copy) the time and/or date into the subject line so it appears in the task after I email it to myself. I am trying to minimize the amount of "touches" to each task for my day.

Any Ideas???

BTW, I just stumbled onto this link, so I'm on the right track!
https://www.odesk.com/blog/2012/01/how-i-killed-my-to-do-list/
Michael V

Posted: Jun 15, 2012
From Topic: Color Coding



I totally agree. I want to easily scan my views and quickly recognize what I have to do without having to reread each item daily to decide.

Not to deviate from this thread, but some "drag and drop" would be great too!
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