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ical: sync individual calendars?
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Posted: Dec 03, 2009
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Just FYI
under leopard iCal uses CalDAV to do 2-way sync, in fact I successfully use it to sync my google calendar, so I guess that caldav is the way to go to setup 2-way sync.

Posted: Dec 11, 2009
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OK, but getting back to the original question: is there still no way to just get a single Folder's events from Toodledo to an iCal or Google Calendar?

Unless I'm missing something, it still seems like getting my events displays on a calendar is an all-or-nothing affair.


Toodledo Founder
Posted: Dec 13, 2009
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Correct, it is currently an all or nothing thing. We plan to allow people to subscribe to individual folders.

Posted: Feb 25, 2010
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Given that it is almost two years since this question was posted and you still have not gotten such a critical feature implemented, I will NOT be buying this app.

Posted: Jun 29, 2010
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Yeah, this is tied as my most wanted feature, along with Quick Add functionality. Personally, I like having a separate iCal for different folder/context so that I can color code and enable/disable a different set of tasks in Google Calendar (work, personal, etc). It isn't particularly inspiring to see how old this feature request is and that it's been sitting on the development to-do list this long. Here's hoping it finally shows up.

I'm definitely looking at purchasing a Toodledo subscription after my trial week runs out, but seeing something relatively simple like this sitting on the dev to-do list this long isn't entirely inspiring.

Pretty please, can this feature request make its way up the priority queue? :)
Andrew A

Posted: Jun 30, 2010
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Yeah, I will add my voice to being able to add a caldav link here so I could synch with Yahoo Calendar (or more appropriately, get Toodledo to update Yahoo and tasks).
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