Date is wrong - email to ToDoist
I sent an email with subject "@DFA Newsletter <date Mar 11> <remind Mar 04 at 11am> ".
The task was assigned a deadline of March 12. Everything else was correct.
Does ToDoist hate Mondays?
I've had no other email-to-task issues EXCEPT for trying to assign a deadline on a Monday. Very strange...
Asked by Ann on Feb 25, 2013 - 15:07
FYI: Settings > Week is set to start on Sundays.
Also, I just tried to apply a deadline on Sunday from email and it changed the deadline to Monday.
@DFA Newsletter <date Jul 28> <remind Jul 22 at 11am>
...but the deadline was applied to July 29. The 28th is a Sunday; 29th is a Monday.
Unfortunately, we can't reproduce this issue. The task I've send with the exact same content was scheduled for the correct date.
Please tell me - do you have the correct time zone selected in Todoist Settings and on your computer?
Also, please try to:
1. Send a task via email with a <date Mar 11 @ 2pm> and let me know what date and what time it will show on Todoist.
2. Add a task to Todoist directly with the same date and time and let me know if it gets saved with the correct date/time.
Thanks for trying to help!
The time zone on my computer, Todoist, and my Google account (which I sometimes use to log-in) are all set to Eastern (UTC -5).
I used the subject line "@Test Test <date Mar 11 @ 2pm>"
1. Wrong. A test task was scheduled for March 11 at 3pm.
2. Yes, it is correct. Any time I've done something in the browser, it's spot on :)
Let me know if you need my log-in credentials to figure out why my account is such an anomaly re: email to task. I'm not sure what setting I've screwed up so please let me know if there's something else I should try.
Unfortunately, we can't reproduce this issue, but we'll check if there are any incorrect time settings on our end related to your account.
Also, please tell me - do you have MM-DD-YYYY selected in your Todoist's settings as well as the 12-hour am/pm time format?
Yes sir - MM-DD-YYYY and 12hr time.
Mama always said I was special. This is just more proof! ;-)