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mhoeller

Posted: Feb 15, 2012
From Topic: Quick Add Syntax



Hello

I like to understand the quick add. Is there any special syntax like
#What ?Date @location =Duration *reapate ?? I have search all the help topics but I did not find an answer. Hope one of the experts can help.

Thanks a lot
Michael
mhoeller

Posted: Aug 27, 2011



Thanks

a lot for your feedback, as freelancer I actually have a tracking system but I need to look for alternatives. Do you have a rough estimate when you may have updates available. I also can offer to volunteer for tests.

With best regards
Michael
mhoeller

Posted: Aug 26, 2011



Well....

assuming the status was active so I complete it and it is still active state, a search like: give me all active state would not be what I need? I actually missed the filter for AND not completed.

cu
Michael
mhoeller

Posted: Aug 26, 2011



Hello

well I try to get on the wagon but some things I still struggle with...

In case I have a task which is just finished, which status would I use? In Toodled I have nothing on the deffered side with seems to be correct, it is not postponed, canceled, on hold nor waiting. I simply would have expected something like finished or completed. Or do I miss the point??

Thanks a lot
Michael
mhoeller

Posted: Aug 26, 2011



Thanks

a lot for your answer. I have two more questions:

- in case I would use tasks / subtaks: would the sum off all time spend on substaks be show on the partent task level?

- more out of interst, in case you "only" can track the time spend what are your plans to make use out of this valuable information?

Thanks again
Michael
mhoeller

Posted: Aug 25, 2011



Hello

I am looking into toodledo to may use it to track times spend on projects. The timer function itself works fine for my needs but: How can I report the times spend on a project.

eg:
A list of selected projects with a sum of the time spend on the single task, idealy with customizable timeperiods?

Thanks a lot
Michael
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