A simple, yet flexible, to-do list application
Capable enough to apply a task management system that suits your style, yet simple enough that you won’t get lost spending more time making a list than doing the stuff that’s on it.
for iPhone and iPod touch.
A task in taskList
has four simple parts:
Task titles can be as long
as you need.
Note - Can be used for more description, details, sub-lists, etc.
Phone Number - A number for instant one-touch dialing direct from the task.
Contact - Attach anyone from your contacts list for quick access to all of their details.
Due Date - Make a date to show the time until due. Now, with iOS 4, you can also create linked calendar events and use their alerts, scheduled times, and repeats for your task.
Groups can be used for projects, an inbox, or time frames - whatever fits the need of your ever evolving to-do list.
Tags are used in the filter bar in the main list. Use them for marking priorities, or GTD contexts, or anything you wish.
Quick Add - Create many tasks quickly by title in a special view - simply type a title, then hit return for the next. Super fast!
Unique to taskList, simply tap tag buttons to filter your list to show only the tasks you need for the given moment.
There is a special tag for tasks with due dates that will show them all in the order that they are due.
Tasks within a group can be hidden with the arrow at the left.
Tasks with no group appear on the top - a nice spot for new tasks that need sorting, or maybe the day’s most important to-do.
Hit edit to re-order tasks via drag & drop, even between groups.
Also, you can select multiple tasks to complete, move, tag or delete all at once.
Tap here to manage and add new tags at anytime.
Find, sort, order, focus;
it all happens in the list.
Swipe a task to reveal the complete button.
Tap a group title to shift it to be the only list on the screen.
Tap here to reorder, rename, or add groups.
The completed tasks list keeps a running list what you have done.
From here you can also reactivate accidentally completed tasks, or make a new task with the same info as a previously finished task.
Noticing a void between too basic, limited to-do lists, and pricy, over-complicated task managers, taskList was created to fill the gap.
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