Good Morning.I am starting to use OneNote as Documentation-PlatformIs there a way to link tasks in ToDoIst to a sheet in OneNote?regardsReiner
Hello Reiner,Unfortunately, that's not possible, but we may consider adding such option in the future and you're welcome to request it in our Votebox: http://todoist.com/Vote/Best regards,David
It would be great integration. I take all of my meeting notes in OneNote and always wish that I could just delineate a task that would at least show up in the general inbox.
I would expect that we could pass it to outlook as a task, which could sync to oneNote.I would expect that something similar should be able to be done directly.Just a suggestion, as I believe that this is also a good idea, and I believe todoist may be able to send to outlook successfully and conversely.
I prefer Todoist to Outlook because of the cross-platform compatibility. However, one function that I really miss from Outlook is the ability to create a task in OneNote and link it to my central task list in Outlook.... I am often organizing my thoughts or projects in OneNote, so it's easier to initiate the tasks there, but OneNote isn't particularly good for tracking the tasks once they're set up, so I need Outlook (or Todoist) for that. Basically, I'm looking for the ability to select some text, click a button, and have Todoist turn that text into a task (this is what the OneNote/Outlook integration does). To get fancy, you could maintain the link with that text so that you can put a check mark icon in front of it once that task is marked complete in Todoist... but the way I've been using this, that's pure window dressing and I don't have to have it.If you want to do something that Outlook *can't* do, take a large section of selected text and turn each line into a separate task... so many clicks and keystrokes saved; my arthritic right hand would be *so* happy... it wouldn't even have to be OneNote-specific, you could just pull it out of the clipboard.
+1!I have OneNote available to me at work, and the only thing that stops me from just ditching all my other productivity apps for it is the lack of effective task management. It's clunky to get a task from OneNote into Outlook (and only possible on a Windows machine, not mobile devices), and even clunkier to get it from there into any better-featured task manager. You would officially be my heroes if you could port the Outlook plugin and functionality into a OneNote plugin (if there even is such a thing).