Unsubscribe link is broken
I haven't used Todoist since 2008 and only have a "Test" task. Every day for the past week or so you've emailed me, saying "Test" is overdue.
Every day I have clicked on Unsubscribe and seen the confirmation page, but I continue to get your e-mails.
Please fix your website!d
Asked by Unknown on Apr 29, 2012 - 14:41
Also, you could try to repeat the process in a different browser.
Unknown on Apr 30, 2012 - 03:56
I'm having the same issue, I've tried exactly what you said and I'm still getting emails every single day.
jkbrendan on Apr 30, 2012 - 05:22
Same, please fix your system.
This feature is really useless to me. I had immediately went to my preferences to try to turn it off but it wasn't there which surprised me. On a different note, having a way to backup my complete list of tasks to a file would be great in case todoist ever goes down completely. I rely on this app more and more and love it and wish I had a way to easily backup the data on my side. Please spend some time on this instead of crappy spam features. :)
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