Quickly view and add tasks to your to-do list from anywhere on the internet. You no longer need to visit Toodledo just to add a quick todo.
To install, simply click the link below while using Firefox. You may be asked to allow us to install software on your computer. Click "Allow" and then try again.Download and Install Firefox Addon
Once you have installed the addon, you will need to link it to your Toodledo account. This is a very easy process. From the "Tools" menu, select "Toodledo > Settings". A window will popup where you can enter your Toodledo login information. Now, you are ready to go.
There are several ways to add a task using the Firefox Addon. Using any of the methods listed below, you can get the "Add Task" dialog window to open (see screenshot). Enter the relevant information for your task and click the "OK" button to instantly add the task to your to-do list.
Menu or Keyboard Shortcut
From the "Tools" menu, you can select "Toodledo > Add Task" to begin adding a task. You can also invoke this with the keyboard shortcut [ctrl+alt+A].
Right click (or control+click) your mouse to open the contextual menu. You will see an option to add a task. If you select some text on the page before opening the contextual menu, you will be able to add a task with the selected text as the note and if you right click on a link, you will be able to add that link to your to-do list.
You can add a button to your toolbar that will open the "Add Task" window (see screenshot below). To add the button, go to the "View" menu and select "Toolbars > Customize..." Locate the button you want to add and drag it into your existing toolbar. The button with a checkmark will add a task. The other button will open the sidebar (described below).
The addon includes a sidebar to keep your most important action items in clear view at all times. You can conveniently check-off tasks inside the sidebar.
To show the sidebar, go to the "View" menu and under "Sidebar" select "Toodledo". You can also open the sidebar by using the keyboard shortcut [ctrl+alt+S] or by clicking the optional toolbar button (see above).
For more documentation on the Firefox Addon, please visit our help section.