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Hi!

I love ToDoist, but I have problems with it suddenly changing times I've written in for appointments. I use the 09:00 option for time. Suddenly, if I write 09:00 later it may have changed to 12:30 or 21:00.

If you could help me solve this it would be great!

Best regards,

Katalin

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David Trey staff
Replied on Mar 16, 2012 - 06:54

Hello Katalin,

please clear your browser cache. If this doesn't help, please tell me:
- What time zone are you using with Todoist?
- What time zone is set in your time settings on your computer?
- What exact due date format are you using?

Also, in order to identify and reproduce this issue, please describe at which exact point does the task change its due time? Is there any particular action you make that triggers this issue? Do you postpone such task? Move it to a different project, change its indent level, re-enter the due date etc.?


Best regards,
David

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proudmedia premium
Replied on Apr 03, 2012 - 02:10

Hello,

I'm having similar problem. Looks like it's occuring after dayligt saving time change. My time zone is Warsaw +01:00. I have clock on my comp and mobile set properly. Currently (April 3rd) when I set test job for 11:00 it immediately showing 13:00.

Any solution?

Best regards,
Konrad.

David Trey staff
Replied on Apr 03, 2012 - 05:51

Hello Konrad,

unfortunately, I can't reproduce this. Please try to clear your browser cache or try to access Todoist through a different browser, preferably one that you haven't accessed Todoist with before.

If this won't help, please tell me - when you go to your system's time settings, do you have the correct time zone selected? Note - the system clock may display the proper time, but do you have GMT+1 selected in the "Time zones" tab as well as automatic adjustment for daylight saving time turned on?


Best regards,
David

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proudmedia premium
Replied on Apr 03, 2012 - 06:19

Hello David,

Problem solved.

It's really because of browser's cache.
I suppouse to clean the cache before (as you wrote in post before) but I wasn't expecting that can appear on two browsers (mobile and pc).

Thank you for support.

LM
Liam Melville
Replied on May 01, 2012 - 18:00

Hi,

Clearing the cache doesn't work for me. If I enter "tomorrow @ 9.30am", it changes to Friday @ 6pm. If I change that to "tomorrow @ 9.45am", it changes it to Friday @ 9pm. Only happens when I use a full stop for the time. Colon is ok and 24 hour time is ok. Clearing cache (in chrome and firefox) doesn't help. I'm in Brisbane - GMT +10.

Thanks
Liam.

David Trey staff
Replied on May 02, 2012 - 07:46

Hello Liam,

thank you very much for your report. Indeed, using a dot within the time breaks the due day. I have forwarded this issue to the developers. Sorry for any inconvenience it might have caused you.

For now, as a workaround, please always use a colon instead.


Best regards,
David

David Trey staff
Replied on May 31, 2012 - 17:41

Hello Liam,

this issue has been fixed and you can now use a dot within a due time instead of a colon.


Best regards,
David