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Posted: Jul 29, 2011

Alternatively, you may be able to hack your hotlist to suit:

Help topic here: http://www.toodledo.com/info/help.php?sel=1

Posted: Jul 29, 2011
From Topic: Data storage

Data must be kept on iOS as you can still use it while you have no data connection. HTH.

Posted: Jul 27, 2011

A quick message to whoever has gone through and voted-down a large number of the comments supporting and/or praising the revamp (someone who's posted one of the more loony outbursts, no doubt) :

You're an idiot. To compensate, I've just gone through and voted them back up again.

Have a nice day.

Posted: Jul 27, 2011

Posted by egerter:
5) The Task counts in the Sidebar include items that are currently Filtered out. Can we get an option to show a count of what's actually visible with the current Filters in place with maybe an asterisk or some other symbol to indicate there are more tasks hidden? I filter tasks on purpose and seeing inflated numbers everywhere kinda freaks me out.

AFAIK this is not a change from the previous "version", but, I do agree with you about renumbering to reflect the number of unhidden tasks in the view. I have actually turned off Counts in Settings for the simple reason that I found it misleading.

Posted: Jul 26, 2011

And, I also like shadow text effect on the Active and Next Task status!

Posted: Jul 26, 2011

First impression is that it looks good.

I particularly like
- the concept of switching Views more quickly by using Ajax
- Tabs to the sidebar (but see "don't like" below)
- new Quick Search
- LOVING filters, so much easier to use now.

I **don't** like the extra width now with the fixed-width sidebar. I've reduced the Task column but still cannot fit in all the info for each line (I don't automatically show all fields). Any work you can do to resolve this would be much appreciated!! For eg, a resizeable sidebar with "View By" changing to single column if user-resized/reduced? I would be happy to sacrifice some Project/Folder info in the sidebar if I had the option to resize the sidebar myself.

Yes, it is going to take a little time to re-learn my work patterns but it looks like it is going to be worth it.

This is a great bit of work - keep it up guys!

Posted: Jul 20, 2011

Posted by Salgud:

But MS Project is hardly a task manager. It is a full-blown Critical Path Method project scheduler, meaning it takes months/years to learn and use properly. I used it, taught it and consulted on it for years. My introductory class was 2 days long, the the first half day we never opened the software, they just learned the underlying theory (Critical Path Method scheduling) so they could apply Project effectively. I am an expert on it...

Lot's of words but I'm not sure what you're saying - is it that task dependencies is too advanced for it to be functional in Toodledo, or, are you saying that the comparison is inadequate? (If the latter, then boy did you find a long-winded way about saying it)

This message was edited Jul 20, 2011.

Posted: Jul 12, 2011

Simply click on Folder name within the task and select the correct folder from the Dropdown list.

Posted: Jul 01, 2011

I've now worked out how to get the new Evernote Note Link to work in Toodledo.

I've created it as a shared Evernote note, as I can't demonstrate the code you have to use here, as it tries to convert it to an actual link!

How to add a link to an Evernote Note in a Toodledo Task

I appreciate that this may be rather obvious to some users, but no doubt there are others for whom it is less so - it is the latter for whom these notes are intended!

This message was edited Jul 01, 2011.

Posted: Jun 16, 2011

Evernote have now released an update which enables Note Links:
http://blog.evernote.com/2011/06/15/big-evernote-desktop-update-windows-and-mac-get-note-links-note- copying-and-much-more/

"It’s not often that a single feature has the potential to dramatically improve Evernote for all users. It may not seem like much at first, but Note Links is exactly that kind of addition. As the name suggests, Note Links are links to individual notes that can be placed almost anywhere. Create a note link by right clicking on a note and choosing the Copy Note Link option, or choose it from the Note Menu. The link is then placed into your clipboard.

You can paste that link into just about anything—other notes, calendars, to-do lists, third party apps, etc. Whenever you click on the link, it’ll open the note. If you Shift+Click (Windows) or CMD+Click (Mac), it will open the linked note in its own window. We’ve already updated the Web, iOS and Android versions of Evernote to support this feature, so if you click a note link in those environments, it’ll take you to the right place."

Posted: Oct 30, 2010
From Topic: API 2.0

Great news which, while it won't directly benefit me immediately, tells me that Toodledo is being not only developed but also with a very wise eye to how it can grow and continue to be a fabulous product.

Keep it up!

This message was edited Oct 30, 2010.