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alves.carlos

Posted: Jan 02, 2014



One very important detail I forgot to mention: this only happens when the Task is created on the Toodledo app for iOS. That way the note associated is not synced and is deleted. If the Task is created on the web site, then the note is correctly synced to the iOS app.

Thanks in advance
alves.carlos

Posted: Dec 31, 2013



Posted by Jake:
I was not able to reproduce this error of the note getting erased. How are you syncing? Do you have "sync on edit" turned on?


I have "Sync on Edit" turned Off. The bug still occurs, have just now replicated it, following the steps as described.

Happy New Year and all the best for Toodledo and it's users.

Cheers!
alves.carlos

Posted: Dec 20, 2013



Hello,

I'm currently experiencing the following bug: create a Task, add a note, define a due date, today for instance and then sync. The Task is synced but the note is totally erased.
I have Toodledo version 3.2.1 (3506) with iOS 7.0 (11A465) on a iPhone 4S. This is a critical error, since important information is lost with this bug.

I have also noticed under the same versions, that sync is not always working well, although no log errors occur. But Tasks don't always get synced, only after several sync attempts. The problem is that I've not been able to understand the pattern to simulate this issue. As someone else experienced it?

Cheers,
Carlos
alves.carlos

Posted: Feb 28, 2013



Hello to all,

First of all, congratulations on this amazing tool. It is fundamental in my daily life.

I would just like to leave my feedback on latest version 3.0.2 for iOS client. It is surprisingly slow and inefficient because of this. It takes something like 20 seconds to open a list with about 500 Tasks on an iPhone 3GS. Previous version was almost immediate. Never felt the need to measure the time, but since with this version the slowness is so obvious, I've measure it in order to share this information and kindly ask to radically improve performance.

Cheers!!

Carlos Oliveira