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Dave Gannon

Posted Dec 13, 2018 in: Toodledo Update: November 2018
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Posted by J.O.D:
[quote]I have just enabled this an when entering my saved search, the popup (at the bottom of screen) appeared, as I have 2 overdue tasks. Are you sure, you are on the new tasks layout? (tasks.toodledo.com).

J.O.D.,

You say you see a popup when "entering my saved search"... Does it only work in saved search view? My default view on startup is Dates | Today and I'm not seeing anything. I'm using Chrome, checked to make sure pop up blocker is not on, and checked that I'm in the new view. Tried logging out, shutting down all browser windows and still not seeing anything on startup.

Dave
Dave Gannon

Posted Dec 12, 2018 in: Toodledo Update: November 2018
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I must be missing something with the task roll over. I enabled the 'Overdue Tasks Alert' option, but haven't seen anything occur for the two days that it has been enabled - no movement of tasks, no pop ups...nothing. Anybody actually seeing this option work?

Thanks
Dave Gannon

Posted Nov 13, 2018 in: Feature Roadmap and New Pricing Plans
Score: 2
When will your setup guide for RTM be available? :)

Posted by DrFrankBuck:
[quote]I agree. If you give me a free car and it doesn't have a sunroof, I'm OK with that. But if give me a free car that has no reverse gear, it's not going to get the job done. Sure, I could make sure I never pull into a garage and allows park in such a way that another car won't park in front of me. But, I'm not going to be interested, even if it's free. To me, with a task manager, subtasks and attachments are like the sunroof. Forwarding emails is like the reverse gear.

I emailed Aaron about that very point and did not hear back. That became the deciding factor for leaving Toodledo in favor of Remember the Milk.
Dave Gannon

Posted Aug 12, 2018 in: Subtasks in Android: Bug of 'feature'
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I noticed something strange with subtasks in the Android app and finally figured out what is going on.

On my desktop computer, in the browser, I set up a folder called 'Projects'. I list my projects here with no due date and a priority of -1. (I use the -1 priority for projects so I can filter them out of searches for 'no due date' items (someday maybe list).) For action items under the projects, I set up subtasks - which usually are not stored in the 'Projects' folder. I give these items the 'Next Action' status and give the actual next action a due date.

Everything in the browser works perfectly...subtasks due on a specific date show up on those dates and if I want an overview of a project (weekly review), I can go do the Projects folder, expand the subtasks and see all the subtasks - even those not stored in the Projects folder.

On the Android app, if I go to the Projects folder, all the projects are listed (I have show Negative Priority Tasks and Future Tasks selected under the 'Show' options). If I open a project, it will state that there are subtasks. If I tap on the subtasks to actually see them, no tasks are listed and a statement of "You've done everything in this tab!' is displayed.

I looked at all of my projects and some subtasks were displaying but most weren't. I finally figured out the reason: the only subtasks showing up were ones that were actually saved in the 'Projects' folder. Those saved anywhere else (or in no folder) don't show up.

This results in no easy way to view/review subtasks for projects in my set up on the Android app. I guess I could go back and save all project subtasks into the project folder...just wondering if anyone knew of another way of doing this.
Dave Gannon

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While links in notes on my desktop work fine, they are not 'clickable' in either the Android or iOS apps. Is this by design, or am I doing something wrong?

Thanks