Is there any plugin for Safari?
Unfortunately, we don't have any dedicated Safari plugins right now, but you can use Todoist Anywhere with Safari: http://todoist.com/anywhere - it will allow you to bookmark a shortcut that will open up a Todoist window.
Is there still a safari plugin? Looking to capture webpages similar to the way it works in Chrome, thanks.
Unfortunately not, but we may consider developing one in the future.
This would be of great interest to mark a page as something todo!
More specifically I am looking for a safari plugin that will grab the URL of the page and create a todo with it. The URL can be the task name or ideally the task note. The name would be the name of the web page.
Definitely -- too much emphasis on Google and Chrome at Todoist. Please do a Safari extension.
Safari usage share continues to grow, slowly but steadily.
I use Todoist several times a day and I use Safari all the time. I'm with the others here; a Safari extension would be most welcome. For me it's the one piece missing that would make Todoist complete if available.
I'm considering the switch from Chrome to Safari (better performance) on my MacbookPro but alas no Todoist plugin to be found. Please implement this. :)
+1 for safari plugin!
+1 safari please :)
The people have spoken, sir.
They want Safari.
I'm not seeing it. Where can you download it?
We're all asking Todoist to create one - it doesn't exist yet. So no place to download it. But please feel free to add your voice to the request stream. I'm sure Todoist is like any other development organization - finite resources which have to be directed to the areas of greatest demand. Safari browser share has been growing but hasn't been the top priority for Todoist so far.
I'm asking bc Eddy Yansen inferred that it was now available.
Safari, I would be willing to pay.
Please do a Safari Plugin!
A great deal of people are switching back I have the impression, as the new Safari is very well developed and fast.
Safari Plugin please :)
Seems like Apple is making it worthwhile for us to reconsider Safari.
C'Mon, Man! No Safari plug in? I'm going back to Chrome as I use the plug in several times each day for emails and urls.
Although there is still no Safari extension for Todoist, when Safari is running under Yosemite one of the Share options is Todoist. "Share" is very easy and quick to use. If you have upgraded to Yosemite, check out the Todoist function under the Share option (top right of the Safari menu bar).
Very cool! Thanks, Michael. If the option to Add to Todoist doesn't appear on your Share popup menu, click on the More item and it will open system preferences for Plugins and you can enable the Add to Todoist item. Then go back to Safari and it should appear in the Share popup menu. :-)
Oh yeah, I should have mentioned the enabling step. Also, you can drag and drop to change the order of the Share items. I moved Todoist to the top. Did I miss anything else, Lee?
Michel, that's all of it. Didn't even need to restart Safari.
It looks like I fibbed a little. Apple's own "Add to Reading List" and "Add Bookmark" occupy by default the top two places. But Todoist is third. Now, unless Lee found a way to get around the default order, "that's all of it" (to quote him). In my view this route (via Share) is just as handy as a Safari extension would have been.
:-D There's always more! The drag and drop in System Preferences gets it to the top there, but Safari seems to put the items Michael mentions above whatever is ordered in System Preferences. I don't see anything in Safari preferences to control that. I think the plugin is still needed since that allows working on Todoist things without leaving Safari (handy when Safari is filling the screen and only one monitor is available - I'm spoiled to two monitors on my work machines).