allow link to local files
I'd like to be able to paste links to local files, to open, e.g., a specific word file when I click on the link.
Don't display just a link, but an icon that indicates theres a file linked to the task. Clicking on the icon will open the file.
Adding dropbox intergration would be nice to :)
... dropbox integration, like Nozbe do.
Dropbox would be VEEEEERRRRRY NICE!
Hyperlink to file on computer. Yes please!!
So many tasks have to do with documents - this would be fantastic.
... box.com, please.
if it could link to a cloud document, yes. Linking to a local document and then viewing it on iphone/android or another computer would be file not found error
Google Drive/SkyDrive, etc
I'm down for this, too -- I'd love some Dropbox integration and links to local filesystem, too...
I vote for skydrive :-)
I agree with Tommy; linking to cloud file services makes absolute sense; linking to local files is rather pointless if you use Todoist on more than one device - like most people probably do.
In the meantime, you can simply attach a file to a task, which - just like linking to a cloud file - makes it accessible from any device.
I do all my work documentation in OneNote, so being able to link to local files is a must. At the moment pasting a link to OneNote looks like this:
Pasting it into an email or wherever it looks like a normal hyperlink. I don't need integration with OneNote or anything, just the ability to put in links to local files!
hi . This is a reason I purchased premium account. I thought that this was possible. Now, I'm considering returning the money. Please, do it within 30 days - you will keep me as a customer.
Unfortunately, links to local files may not be available within the next 30 days. If you wish to receive a refund, please send us the order reference ID of your payment.
As previously mentioned, it would be good to link to anything you/we want (e.g. file, onenote, lotus notes, etc.) - just a simple indication/function to put link in place and put anything underit so system will recognize it.
love the idea of linking to local files. i know i could use that something serious!
I may be wrong, but I don't think you CAN link to local files. It's a web browser security issue. (doh)
Yes please, especially for dropbox