This page is for focusing on one project at a time. All your todos are listed for the selected project arranged first by priority then by the name of the todo.Click on a feature to see how it works then use your Back button
Enjoy the satisfaction of working hard, checking off your todos and reaching your goals. Click the checkbox to the left of a todo to mark it as complete. The progress bar on the top of the list shows your total percentage complete.
Completed todos are moved to the bottom of the list, italicized and font made smaller. They can be marked incomplete again by unchecking them. Todos older than 7 days are hidden from view but can be shown on the planner screen or by searching.
Type the name of your new todo in the Quick Entry box and press enter to add it to the list. The cursor is automatically repositioned for your next entry so you may rapidly add multiple todos one after another.
Use the Natural Language Processor to set a todo's due date. For Example:
End of lease on March 18, 2010
Pick up clothes on Wednesday
Finish report on June 3rd
Wash the car tomorrow
Took Jason shopping yesterday
pay gas bill on 23
See more details on how to use this exciting technology.
Use the mini-calendar on the right side of the screen to set the default due date for all new todos, i.e. all new todos you enter are assigned the date you select as their due date. Click the 'Today' button on the top of the calendar to clear the default due date.
You may also click the button to show the Add New Todo dialog box and add new todos from there as well.
Edit todos in their place by double-clicking on the part of the todo you wish to edit. Double-click on the name of a todo to enable an edit box and press Enter to submit your changes.
For longer todos a larger text area will appear as well as a button which you must use to submit your changes.
Click the button to cancel your changes or click on another todo outside the edit region to cancel.
Updated todos are briefly highlighted to indicate the change was accepted.
Double-click on a todos due date or the blank area where the due date would appear to pop-up a calendar you can use to set the due date. Click on the 'Today' button on the top of the pop-up calendar to clear the due date.
Double-click on a todo's priority to enable a priority selection box you can use to set its priority. Select the cancel option or click on another todo to cancel your edit.
Click on the trash can icon on the right of a todo to pop-up the Delete Todo dialog and click OK to delete the todo.
Use the search entry box on the top-right of the screen to search for todos across all your projects. Press Enter to submit your search or click on 'search' just below the search entry box.
You can tag your todos and use search to find them across all your projects. For example, find all the phone calls you need to make or all the errands you have to run. While we don't support tags directly through the interface yet, you can still tag your todos by adding tag names to the end of the todo name.
You can add one or more people to any project and each person will have access to the project from their own project list. Click on Sharing: on the right side of the screen to enable the Add Login options.
Enter the login name of the person you want to share the project with and press Enter or click the button to add them to the project.
Remove a person from the project by clicking on the trash can icon next to their name. (You must first enable the Add Login options by clicking on
Sharing: on the right side of the screen.) Remove yourself from the current project by clicking then click on the (Delete Project) link.
Choose the project you want to work on from the projects drop down selector on the top-right part of the screen. Projects are color-coded based on colors you can customize.
To change the current project's color click then click on the text link "Project Name:" to popup the color picker and choose your color.
Click on the icon to print the current todo list. To print all your projects click on
Take control of your data with the Backup and Restore feature on the bottom of each list. These options export and import your project in XML format so your todos may be easily shared with other software applications. Use this feature to backup your data, import todos from another application or export your todos.
RSS (Really Simple Indication) feeds can be used by various 3rd party applications to monitor the status of your projects or display your todo lists on other websites. Use them to be alerted when new todos are added, completed or changed. For example, add a list to your personalized Google homepage.
To enable for a project, click on the Projects Tab then click on the icon on the right side of the project you wish to enable to show the Edit a Todo List dialog. From there check the 'Allow RSS publication?' option to enable for the project.
Once RSS is enabled an icon will appear at the bottom of your list which contains the link to the RSS feed. Copy this link for use in other 3rd party applications.