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frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Oct 02, 2017
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Check Byeruns post above
frogboy

Posted Sep 27, 2017 in: Today's Tip: Style Completed Tasks
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 27, 2017
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I agree some interface colour options would be good; especially for the dyslexic and autistic amongst us!
frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 18, 2017
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Think we should have colour options, font size options

and emojis in task view as well.
frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 12, 2017
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I am an apple user (no windows or Linux) - an app called "things" is so beautifully simple.

Tried to combine TD with this (use the iCal feed from TD which shows in Things.

Also considering dropping TD and going for a mixed Remember the Milk and Evernote set up.

There are so many tweeks I would like to see in TD, but progress on the outside seems glacial.

- emoji support in tasks
- iCal feeds for each folder
- Manual Sorting option
- Manual Hotlist
- Better iOS app.


Just holding out, because it is a unique tool - with a bit of everything, just with loads of caveats.
frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 09, 2017
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Thanks @Jim.

Do you use TD & EN via any clients like PI (or Informant on macOS, of 2Do)? How do you link the two together? With TaskClone or similar?

I like to see all things that either i need to do, or need to consider due to it happening else where on one visual interface; awaiting either emoji support to tasks or separate cal feeds for different folders or searches.

TD is without doubt the best out there, just needs careful molding to a way of working.
frogboy

Posted Sep 07, 2017 in: Print specific tasks only
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 07, 2017
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Easy:

Do a search; print results.
frogboy

Posted Sep 06, 2017 in: iCal Feed
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 06, 2017
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@jake, thanks.

Perhaps nearer term, since lists, habitat & outlines all have emoji support - guess lists/notes aren't far away - would be useful to use emojis in tasks so as to help clearly differentiate different tasks in the iCal display.


This message was edited Sep 07, 2017.
frogboy

Posted Sep 06, 2017 in: iCal Feed
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 06, 2017
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If one goes a bit crazy with dated appoints and schedules any iCal feed ends up making the Cal programme looking over ful.

Is there a way to get a feed for just a folder or context or smart search?

This would help so much. - could then colour code and see groups of tasks in space and time visually.

Obviously @jake if that's not possible right now (feature request it pretty please!)

Frogboy
frogboy

Posted Sep 04, 2017 in: Font Type
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 04, 2017
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Plus emoji support....
frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Sep 02, 2017
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http://fluidapp.com


Created several apps for tasks, notes, lists etc - very easy to switch between.

You can apple script various 3rd party interactions too.

Better than any other app option imho.
frogboy

Posted Aug 28, 2017 in: Emojis ?
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 28, 2017
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Cheers Jake! :)
frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 27, 2017
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Be keen to find out if anyone does, how does that work?

Maybe iOS reminders or Things or remember the milk or Evernote?

What are peoples work flows, linking TD with other apps?

Cheers

Frogbiy
frogboy

Posted Aug 26, 2017 in: Emojis ?
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 26, 2017
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Just tested emojis with folder names and tasks. Doesnt seem to like it.

Is this something g we could have in the future, will help pick tasks out in a sea of words!
frogboy

Posted Aug 23, 2017 in: Seeing file attachments on IOS app
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 23, 2017
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Awaiting the new iOS app....
frogboy

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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 22, 2017
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1) TD to have own Cal-Dav server - whereby on iOS (and MacOS) we can bypass having to use reminders with Siri - allow for cleaner input.

2) Own macOS app, similar to what Remember the Milk provides (basically a browser enclosure with a few add ons) - quick entry etc

android or windows I don't use, so can't comment - but similar there I would guess.

Just 3rd party tools are rubbish, getting in and out is the issue especially with task lists.

Thanks!
frogboy

Posted Aug 19, 2017 in: Sort Your Life Out with TaskAngel
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 19, 2017
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No macOS version; bummer :(

We need a good app to sync TD to macOS....
frogboy

Posted Aug 19, 2017 in: Project Support Material
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 19, 2017
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Try IFTTT

and/or TaskClone


This message was edited Aug 19, 2017.
frogboy

Posted Aug 14, 2017 in: syncing with desktop apps
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 14, 2017
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@jake any advances with the 2do Developer?

Still no change in their latest updates.

Though tbh designing a browser wrapper (like RTM does) for Mac, Win, Linux would be doable and a better bet long term.

Though looking fwd to the new iOS app.......
frogboy

Posted Aug 09, 2017 in: Notes Editor
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Aug 09, 2017
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I am on a mac, so just type up something in pages/text edit or apple notes, then copy and paste across

Or create some manual templates and create half a dozen dummy notes, for future use - so all the text editing is there already (titles, bold etc)

Depends on work flow, but I tend to use my TD notes for reference so within TD only ever need minor edits.

I agree either a tool bar or template chooser could be useful - but there are work arounds which aren't the end of the world.
frogboy

Posted Jul 23, 2017 in: syncing with desktop apps
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  • frogboy
  • Posted: Jul 23, 2017
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2do is good. Though it's manual sync - apparently @Jake is talking with the developer of 2Do to allow auto sync/refresh.

That issue aside it's the best option ATM. Though you can just use the browser or build a specific browser app from Fluid etc.
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