I would like to be notified when you support Mac Mail integration. I will at that time switch to TodoistThank you,
Lewis,You can vote on suggestions for this, and those will be updated if we create one :) https://todoist.com/Vote/show/7712/ If replied to those threads, you will get an email when we do :)Regards,Brendon.
Wow. OK, so I misunderstood what Todoist was for...Not sure how it would be possible to remove email from my project / task management routine. I and my colleagues receive information, tasks and opportunities primarily through email, so lack of Mail integration is a deal breaker.Never mind. Will check back in 12 months to see if the Todoist use model has matured.Best of luck, A.
I see the voting has now closed but I totally agree. I'd love to get everyone here at the office using it but without Mac Mail integration it's a non-starter.
I posted a question on how to forward email as tasks. Any links to videos so I can still use macmail with todoist using this workaround?
Count me in please.
Anne,https://todoist.com/blog/2013/01/zero-inbox-policy-with-todoist/ is our detailed instructions for emailing to a project, but Mac Mail is not supported any other way at this time.Regards,Brendon.
Thanks for the instructions. I read some where that someone was able to copy and paste the link to the e-mail message that was forwarded. How did he do that? For example, I was able to successfully send an e-mail from macmail to ToDoist and it created a task ( I did this after buying Premium). But the original e-mail is not accessible from the task, it is just the subject line. I read some where that if you copied a link into the subject line - then you can click that in Todoist and it would take you to the e-mail? I really hope this is true - please advise the work around. Thanks.
Anne,There is no way to do this based on what Todoist gets sent. Though I suppose this user copied the actual URL of the email opened within his Gmail (I assume Gmail) and pasted that within the task title.Regards,Brendon.