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How to login?

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I'm trying to login and only getting links to sign up. I can login to support, but that's all.

Thanks,
Clyde

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David Trey staff
Replied on Dec 07, 2012 - 22:28 UTC

Hello Clyde,

To log into your Todoist account, go to todoist.com and simply click on the "Login" link in he top-right corner (next to the "Signup" link) and type in your email address and password.


Best regards,
David

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Clyde
Replied on Dec 08, 2012 - 16:24 UTC

I tried it at home and see the login. It used to work at work, but something is getting filtered out now. I don't know if it is something new with Todoist or if work has clamped down more. I used Todoist because it was one of the few that worked at work.

Thanks,
Clyde

David Trey staff
Replied on Dec 08, 2012 - 19:07 UTC

Clyde,

We have changed our home page a few weeks ago, but other than that the login process has not been changed.

Please try to access this URL directly: http://todoist.com/Users/showLogin


Best regards,
David

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Clyde
Replied on Dec 11, 2012 - 19:22 UTC

That got me to the login. Thanks.

However, it still doesn't get me in. My work filters and blocks almost everything. I was pleasantly surprised that Todoist every work. It may be a combination of your new ways and a tightening by our IT department.

It isn't that big of a deal. Thanks.

Clyde

David Trey staff
Replied on Dec 11, 2012 - 19:27 UTC

Clyde,

We're sorry to hear that. On our end, the only major change we've implemented was the HTML5 version, but this was a couple of months ago. It is of course possible that your IT department has made some changes and locked our site or certain dynamic sites in general.

You could try to use the mobile version of Todoist at work. It works offline and you can sync the changes you make at a later time: http://todoist.com/android


Best regards,
David

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Clyde
Replied on Dec 11, 2012 - 19:38 UTC

I just found "TiskTasks for Todoist" for my Kindle Fire. That should work just fine.

Since we use IE7 at work, we couldn't run HTML5 anyway. I suspect they wouldn't allow us to be so open as HTML5 anyway.

I don't have much in there for work anyway.

Thanks,
Clyde