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Mobile HTML5 Webapp

DL

Please add the ability to filter based on tag as well as the ability to search tasks to the mobile web app. I use the Todoist webapp for Firefox OS and while it is quite usable, it lacks the ability to search and/or show tasks with specific tags set.

Thanks
Dave

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AK
Alex Kopyov premium
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 12:13

My web app has menus right below the search field: "today, 7 days, @, q:, more". @ allows you to search based on tag.

DL
David Lawrence premium
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 12:36

The app I am speaking of is the one you get form a mobile browser such as Android.

https://todoist.com/m

Dave

AK
Alex Kopyov premium
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 12:48

Ah, I see the problem. I think most people use the mobile app on android instead of the browser one, so it probably does not get updated as often.

DL
David Lawrence premium
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 13:00

Yeah. Firefox OS is a new Mozilla supported mobile phone OS that makes use of HTML5 for all functionality. Similar to WebOS by Palm. The current Todoist mobile web app works well for basic functions but required I make some changes in order for me to be able to find things when needed in it as well as the full desktop browser app. I hope that Todoist is still planning on supporting the mobile version of their web app as I can still see quite a bit of people pushing for HTML5 based apps on mobile devices. Some other examples of nice web apps for Mobile are Wunderlist and Nozbe. I like Todoist and would like to continue to use it and would love for it to be fully usable on Firefox OS as well.

Dave

David Trey staff
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 14:26

Hello David,

Please note that the entire Todoist web-app is fully HTML5 compatible. Please try to access the full version through: http://todoist.com/m/forceRegular or http://todoist.com?mini=1 and see if it works on your mobile browser.


Best regards,
David

DL
David Lawrence premium
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 16:00

Thanks for the quick response. I see that the mini=1 is similar to what you see when using the Firefox/Thunderbird plugin which is a step in the right direction. But is still not 100% usable with small screen sizes. Some of the dialogs are partially off screen and project items are unresponsive to touch events on a mobile device.
You can see more of what I mean by using a recent Firefox browser and choosing Responsive Design from the Web Developer tools. Set the screen size to 320x480. Or even better install the FirefoxOS simulator Firefox Add-On and see how the site performs in the browser built in to Firefox OS.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/firefox-os-simulator/?src=search

Right now, https://todoist.com/m is the most usable for the smaller screen size.

Dave

David Trey staff
Replied on May 03, 2013 - 16:50

David,

Indeed on such small resolutions, the mini site is displayed below its minimum width. We will consider updating the /m site in the future.


Best regards,
David