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Posted: Jan 06, 2014

Salgud, you may ask this question again in 3 years....


Posted: Dec 31, 2013
From Topic: No Folder

Go to the search tab

Create a new search for "no folder"

Use the Multi-Edit tool to set Delete to Yes


Posted: Dec 19, 2013

Try printing from the mobile site using your browser print function. (Ctrl+P) It's not perfect, but you may be pleasantly surprised.


Posted: Oct 30, 2013
From Topic: Re-ordering tasks

Posted by earthabbey:
...I wonder though, is there any way to sort a list by tags without having the separator bar between each tag?...

Sort first by "Date Completed", then tags

Posted: Oct 24, 2013


Next time you click on a permanent link and it doesn't work, refresh the page. (via F5 or TD keyboard shortcut "R" or the mouse) I bet your desired permanent link will automagically appear.

You can reproduce the bug like this:

1) Go to the search view
2) Select a Saved Search
3) Launch any task via Permanent link
4) Using your mouse, select the saved search from step 2.
5) Try to launch the permanent link from step 3. No worky.
6) Hit F5 and the permanent link will launch.

What happens: After Step 3 you will see the unique URL in the browser address bar. When you click on the saved search in step 4, that URL doesn't change as long as you remain in the search view. The bug happens when you try to "go to" to the page you are "already on" according to the addressbar. You can reset things by clicking on anything in "View By" in the upper left... including "Search".

Posted: Oct 12, 2013

Posted by vivendom.budget:
...I just need to add the ability to create permanent links for saved searches....

I've been clicking on links to saved searches in my Weekly Review subtask notes for years. This is for Chrome, but the basic concept should work in other browsers.

In the Search view:

1) Right click on the Saved search (left column)
2) Select "Open Link in New Tab"
3) Go to the new tab and copy the unique URL
4) Paste wherever

-OR- (more simply)

1) Right click on the Saved search (left column)
2) Select "Copy Link Address"
3) Paste wherever

BTW, this works for any view in Toodledo. Example, the URL for "Recently Added" is:


Some caveats:
When using the link, if it points to the same "View By" page you may need to do a page refresh. As long as you are linking to a different "View By" page it will work flawlessly.

Posted: May 28, 2013

I think your best option is to create two entries, each repeating monthly.

Posted: Apr 25, 2013

The TD notebook has a separate field for the title. You can insert returns in the note body.

Posted: Apr 18, 2013
From Topic: Postponing tasks

Say it takes 10 seconds to manually postpone a single due date. Doing your xml export, excel parse, filter.... etc etc. must take you at least 10 minutes, (and I'm guessing much more) and that is the same time as manually postponing 100 tasks.

Personally, if I needed to postpone that kind of volume on a regular basis, I'd reconsider the use of the due date in the first place. Use the due date for things that are really due on that date, don't use it as a sorting mechanism.

Posted: Apr 15, 2013
From Topic: Repeating tasks

Posted by ftinker:
Is there a way for tasks to repeat/roll forward daily until completed


The "Optionally on" setting will only roll a repeating task forward on the repeating schedule. Non-repeating tasks will just disappear.

Posted: Apr 15, 2013

There's no one step way AFAIK.

1) Use the permanent link feature to open the parent in a search tab
2) Set the search view is set to Show > Subtasks > Indented and Show Details (to expand notes)
3) Click the Print icon and then "Print to PDF" (this is built into Chrome, you may need a plug-in for other browsers)
4) attach the PDF to your email.

Posted: Apr 12, 2013
From Topic: Can I mark all tasks?

You can create a custom search:

Via is Import Tools

You could also add a Date Added filter if you've done multiple csv imports.

Then use the Multi-Edit feature to set "Deleted is Yes" for items in the search. Not a bad idea to use the backup tool before you do this.

Posted: Apr 11, 2013

Posted by gjblair:
There are times when the calendar wheel is useful....

Agreed. I would prefer the first tap on Due Date opens the "custom" picker, wheel or calendar... and then just get rid of the list picker altogether. Would need to add a "None" option to the calendar and wheel pickers.

Posted: Apr 10, 2013

I know one possible solution: code the app to show the calendar on the first tap and get rid of the list style picker entirely. Way more efficient IMHO.

Posted: Apr 03, 2013

Posted by Salgud:
...I've gotten into the habit of right-clicking on the link to the email, and opening it in a new tab.

I use an extension in Chrome called "Right Click Opens Link in New Foreground Tab"... very handy with Toodledo. You can still access the menu by holding the right click. There is a similar add-on for Firefox called "Right Links".

Posted: Mar 12, 2013

FWIW, I submitted a support ticket in Oct '11 requesting the ability to repeat from a specific date.... it was "on the list". (This wish is very high on my list... but I'm guessing not very high on the one that counts.)

CharleneTX, my workaround is to clone the task, mark it complete (to generate the repeat), and then remove the repeat from the other one. The whole process takes six clicks.

Posted: Mar 09, 2013

The only options to control your Hotlist are:

• priority of at least X
• due date within the next X days
• star = yes
• status = "Next Action"

A task only needs to match one of the above to show on the Hotlist. So for No Due Dates, you'll need to use either Priority, Star or Next Action.

You can override all of these using a Start Date.

Posted: Mar 04, 2013

No. Unfortunately, once you postpone the due date the annual repeat will be calculated from the new due date. My workaround is to clone the task, complete the original (to generate the repeat properly) and then set the repeat on the clone to "none". Another way I've done it is to redefine the task. Your annual task could be "Create tax report task" or something similar.

Posted: Feb 28, 2013

FWIW, if you sync with iTunes for Windows, you can find the old version of any app you update in the Recycle Bin.

Posted: Jan 20, 2013

Have you looked at TD's "Importance" sort criteria?

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