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Are there due date modifiers like in toodledo?


First of all I do like todoist it looks way better than toodledo. But what I liked where the due date modifiers in toodledo.

for example: optionally on, which is used if it isnˋt really important to do your task today, if you donˋt to it today the date is shifted to the next day.

Is there something similar here? If you donˋt understand my question fully, Iˋll eloborate on this or search for a link on toodledo.


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Randolph Miller  premium
Replied on May 26, 2013 - 09:48 UTC


If you have a (one time) Task that you've scheduled to be done for Today and you know you won't complete the Task Today, you can either Postpone the Task, which will allow you to set a new Due Date, or you can allow the Task to be Overdue, which will show the Task in red at the top of your Daily and 7 Day Task List.

If the Task that you know won't be accomplished is a Recurring Task, let the Recurring Task become Overdue. If you postpone a Recurring Task, the Recurring Task will inherit the new Due Date. [this may have changed with one of the new versions that have been released this week, but this action had been active previously].

But there is no 'automatic on/off' shifting of overdue tasks to the current day.

Hope this explains your options.

Best regards,
Randy Miller

Harald H.
Replied on May 26, 2013 - 11:23 UTC

This explains it perfectly, thanks a lot, Iˋll give it a try in the next few days. Perhaps new questions come up ...