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philip.booker_1329...

Posted: Dec 23, 2014
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Hi I've searched but can't find any response. I'm running android 4.4.4 on a moto g and I find that occasionally about once a week the toodledo android app does not sync one task. It can be a different one each time. It is visible on the web interface OK just not on the app.. Tried deleting all info from app settings and uninstalling / reinstalling the app to no success. Anyone have any ideas or point me to a solution?

Cheers
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Dec 23, 2014
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Can you please create a support ticket for this so that we can look into your account and see what the problem is?

Thanks
philip.booker_1329...

Posted: Dec 24, 2014
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Thanks for the fast response Jake. As soon a I see it again I will do that so you have a live example.

Thanks again,

Phil
d_hottinger

Posted: Dec 30, 2014
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Feature request: Support for InkCase e-ink screen

Link: http://kck.st/1n6h5WO
API: http://developer.inkcase.com/projects/inkcase/wiki/wiki

Could be done by mirroring the widget to the always-on display.
Marking tasks as done with the three buttons would make it perfect ;)
djgoncalves

Posted: Jan 01, 2015
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Posted by Jake:
#1 is on our todo list
1. The ability to see subtasks of a task on demand. In the Android app, it appears that you can either always display subtasks or never display subtasks, and you can't get between these two states unless you change your settings. I have some tasks with subtasks that I open regularly or periodically, and others that I want to see only rarely. So, I'd prefer a display option that hides the subtasks but provides a way for me to show them on demand (as I did in iOS).


My 2 cents: I'd love to see this -- Android app show/hide subtasks 'on the fly' -- implemented as well.

Thank you!


This message was edited Jan 01, 2015.
gmrevo

Posted: Jan 05, 2015
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Not sure where to ask, i really would like a simply feature that will make the App more usable for me.

I use https://www.toodledo.com/forums/5/2660/0/proximos-gtd-setup.html this setup

I need a way to see subtask of an other folder because i use the folder as like state, like i got a folder name project an other called actions an other waiting for, right now i can the see names of my various project in the folder project(each project it's a task.)
But the various subtask i can't see like on the website that works great for me, because the subtask are of an other folder.

Not sure if anybody ever used Proximo Gtd setup but it helped me greatly.


This message was edited Jan 05, 2015.
gmrevo

Posted: Jan 20, 2015
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Founded way to see it using All task and displaying sorted by folder, works nevermind my request
Brent Capell

Posted: 6 days ago
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I just got a Dell Venue 7 3740 Tablet. It's a newer Atom based 7" tablet. I also have a 2012 Nexus 7 tablet. Both of these tablets have the same screen resolution. Unfortunately, the new Dell tablet on Google Play says is listed as "not compatible" with Toodledo Android app while the Nexus 7 is listed as compatible. What governs whether Toodledo is listed as compatible and is there actually an incompatibility or can this be changed relatively easily?

Thanks.
tek

Posted: 5 days ago
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I've been using Ultimate ToDo List on my android devices and have been pretty happy with it so I missed the release of the official app. Congratulations on getting it out! It works fine on both my samsung galaxy phone and 7" tablets.

I remember when the ipad version came out that there was a way to shut off the colored triangles in the task list - I thought it was to eliminate priority as a "used field" but turning that off did not get rid of the colors. Can you refresh my memory on how to turn the boldly colored triangles off in the task list?

I always liked the "classic" version of the ipad interface better than the newer one but have adjusted to it. I'd love to have a permanent (but thin) list of my folders on the far left, followed by the list of tasks in the selected folder, followed by the details for the one selected task.) I see how on a phone or smaller tablet, there isn't really enough room for this and the drop-downs work well. But, when there is room, it would be nice to have it.

Thanks!
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: 4 days ago
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Thanks for the feedback. We will look into it.
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