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Purveyor

Posted Aug 26, 2015 in: File access from IPAD or Iphone
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  • Posted: Aug 26, 2015
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The simple answer is "No".

From 2009:
It is on our to-do list, but we are focusing right now on making the basic experience more stable and polished.

From 2015:
Attachments on the iPhone is a planned feature for the future.

But ... you have Outlines and Lists and Habits, and a nice ribbon on the website. :-)


This message was edited Aug 26, 2015.
Purveyor

Posted Jul 29, 2015 in: Select Parent Task Field
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  • Posted: Jul 29, 2015
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nm

This message was edited Jul 29, 2015.
Purveyor

Posted Jul 23, 2015 in: Keep subtasks open
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  • Posted: Jul 23, 2015
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Purveyor

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  • Posted: Jul 21, 2015
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Purveyor

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  • Posted: Jul 10, 2015
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You've always been able to see your Lists on your iPhone by going to your browser (Safari, Chrome, Opera, etc.) and logging into Toodledo. You can even add https://lists.toodledo.com/#/dashboard to your Home Screen.

Now, the web pages look better on mobile devices and tablets.

BTW, when you put something in quotes, you should be quoting what someone actually wrote.
Purveyor

Posted Jun 24, 2015 in: New Section: Habits
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  • Posted: Jun 24, 2015
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Posted by Big Fred:
The reason I'd like you to make this a SEPARATE APP rather than part of the implementation of your task app is that the Watch apps that are truly useful minimize taps. Even if one has to scroll or swipe or other maneuver from the task part of a Watch app to the habit part, that's one gesture too many, in my opinion.
This applies to the iPhone app as well.

Given that there's no integration of Habits with any other section of Toodledo, it makes sense to have Habits as a separate app.

Posted by shfl:
For what it's worth, it would have been good to see this integrated into tasks instead of a stand-alone feature. In my mind, all habits are tasks.
I agree. The Habits section would be much more useful if it was integrated with Tasks. There would be alarms, notes, various repeating schedules, and various ways of categorizing, filtering and sorting habits by using fields like Folder, Context, Location, Tags and Priority. At the very least, I would like to filter my habits by "Business" and "Personal", and I would like to put them in a particular order, without having to use various kludges.
Purveyor

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  • Posted: Jun 22, 2015
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It seems that Toodledo does not track the time that a task was created or completed -- just the date. Is that right? When I sort by Date Created or Date Completed, the time is ignored. Also, the time is not in the exported CSV file.

Also, in Settings, New Task Defaults, there's a place to put a value for "Start Time". Can this field default to the time that the task is created?

Thanks.
Purveyor

Posted Oct 20, 2014 in: Toodledo Redesign Plans
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  • Posted: Oct 20, 2014
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Name and define views?
See Saved Searches?
Purveyor

Posted Oct 16, 2014 in: Renewed Feature Request -sort save
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  • Posted: Oct 16, 2014
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Purveyor

Posted Oct 14, 2014 in: Email Warning
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  • Posted: Oct 14, 2014
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Well, to be fair to delton.smith, Toodledo already knows the last time that a user synced from a device or app. It should be easy to refer to this information before sending the email warning.
(Toodledo makes the info available here: https://www.toodledo.com/active_apps.php )
Purveyor

Posted Sep 29, 2014 in: Toodledo Redesign Plans
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  • Posted: Sep 29, 2014
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Posted by alexwright72:
How hard would it be to update the notes section to include rich text, including bold, italic, and color, *while editing the note* as well as while not editing the note?
Take a look at this request from March 2009: https://www.toodledo.com/forums/2/1594/-7151/feature-request-rich-text-editing-for-notes.html
Purveyor

Posted Sep 22, 2014 in: Toodledo Redesign Plans
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  • Posted: Sep 22, 2014
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Hi Bridget. Good work so far in the changes to the main Toodledo page.

Posted by Bridget:
I'd like to hear specific scenarios and use cases to better understand your perspective on these three subjects.
Do you expect us to know the meaning of "use cases"? :-/

Over the years, there have been hundreds (or thousands?) of posts with a wide variety of suggestions and comments, many of them followed by Jake's response: "We can't comment on a timeframe for implementation, but this is on our to-do list."
(More recent posts say "This is on our to-do list, but it is our policy to not comment on our roadmap or delivery dates for future feature improvements" unless they are from Sabina in which case the response is still "We can't comment on a time frame, but this item is on our to-do list.")

One justification for these tiresome posts has been that Toodledo is logging those suggestions in "the list". You should be able to go through that list and get the feedback you need.

Also, is the following post by Jake still true today?
One thing to keep in mind is that only about 3% of our users have ever set foot in the forums, and an even smaller fraction have posted a comment. So, what you read in the forums shouldn't really be used as a general barometer for the desires of the entire user base.
From https://www.toodledo.com/forums/1/7343/-38531/read.html


This message was edited Sep 22, 2014.
Purveyor

Posted Sep 16, 2014 in: Toodledo Redesign Phase 1
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  • Posted: Sep 16, 2014
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Very impressive!
And it looks good on my iPhone.
Purveyor

Posted Sep 16, 2014 in: Toodledo Redesign Plans
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  • Posted: Sep 16, 2014
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And the idea is exactly six years old today:
One-line Quick Add feature that works like e-mail.

Interesting that almost all the suggestions are for "Phase 4: Tasks section facelift."

Anyway, here are some more suggestions:

A better alternative to the spreadsheet format. Something like the Multi-Line format but with more than two fields when viewing the list.

Remove the connection between selecting which fields are available and making the corresponding View available. For example, if I make the Priority field available, the Priority View automatically becomes available in the left menu, but maybe I don't want it to be visible. Likewise with Status and Goal. Maybe I just want to be able to sort by that field or use it in a Search. Having those extra Views on the left just clutters the screen.

Edit multiple tasks without having to use Search and Multi-Edit.
Move a subtask from one task to another without having to drag it
Ability to specify colors for various Folders and Contexts.
Hierarchical Contexts, i.e. a context that includes other contexts. The related contexts share the same color or have variations of the same color.
Combine or link Context and Location.
Better implementation of Goals. See Sorting goals intelligently.
Choose different fields for various Views.
Ability to move Tasks to Notes and vice versa.
Ability to link Notes to Tasks.
View shared tasks along with non-shared tasks.

And then there's the iOS app ...


This message was edited Sep 16, 2014.
Purveyor

Posted Sep 12, 2014 in: sorting tags
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  • Purveyor
  • Posted: Sep 12, 2014
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To sort tags alphabetically, go to Account Settings, Tasks, Display Preferences.
Purveyor

Posted Sep 11, 2014 in: Toodledo Redesign Plans
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  • Posted: Sep 11, 2014
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Posted by Jake:
Phase 1: Redesign the home page for new non-Toodledo users. Because new customers do not have any expectations about Toodledo, this is safe place to start.
What is a "new non-Toodledo user"? Also, everyone has expectations, including "new customers".

I would reverse the order of the phases. The essence of Toodledo is the task list. Start there and make it work better. (Design is more than veneer, right?) Improve the look and feel with an eye towards greater effectiveness. Then carry over the new design elements to Notes, Outlines and Lists, and then update the secondary pages.


This message was edited Sep 12, 2014.
Purveyor

Posted Aug 18, 2014 in: Notes Search isn't very useful
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  • Posted: Aug 18, 2014
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Thanks, Salgud. [Johnny Carson]I did not know that.[/Johnny Carson].

I see that Stepan Pachikov is listed as "Founder" here: https://evernote.com/corp/team.php

Maybe Toodledo and Evernote should team up before the IPO ...
;-)


This message was edited Aug 18, 2014.
Purveyor

Posted Aug 16, 2014 in: Notes Search isn't very useful
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  • Purveyor
  • Posted: Aug 16, 2014
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Perhaps just words but some very good words from Evernote's founder:
... there comes a time when ... it's more important to improve existing features than to add new ones. More important to make our existing users happier than to just add more new users.
From https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2014/01/04/on-software-quality/


This message was edited Aug 16, 2014.
Purveyor

Posted Aug 15, 2014 in: Notes Search isn't very useful
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  • Posted: Aug 15, 2014
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Salgud, are you still using Evernote?

It is difficult (not impossible) for me to understand why anyone would use Notes in Toodledo when something like Evernote is available. Yeah, you might not need to add photos from your smartphone camera, or drag and drop files from your desktop, or annotate those files, or scan and save documents, or clip and save info from websites, or create voice memos, or format text, or add tables and bullet lists, or create stacks and hierarchical tags, or create links among your notes, or add geotags, or encrypt pieces of text, or edit the creation date, or share your notebooks and files with other users, but why give up the powerful search abilities in Evernote?

Posted by Salgud
This renders the Notes tab, the oldest of the add-ons in TD, virtually useless for my, and most, purposes.
You must have missed all the useful hints in the Help section. Oh, wait! There aren't any ... :-\

Toodledo is probably the most powerful online task manager. But (as Jake says), they have a small team, working as hard as they can. There have been very few improvements to Notes in the past five years.


This message was edited Aug 16, 2014.
Purveyor

Posted Aug 13, 2014 in: Attachments
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  • Posted: Aug 13, 2014
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Some websites allow you to view some types of files within your browser, e.g. Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Box and Evernote all let you view your photos and pdf files. This is because those websites have a "viewer" that can display those types of files within your browser. For various other types of files, you have to download and save the file first and then open it in whatever software was used to create it.

Toodledo does not have a viewer.


This message was edited Aug 13, 2014.
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