Toodledo vs. Google Tasks - which do you prefer?
I've been playing around with both Toodledo and Google Tasks and so far I think I like the simplicity of Google Tasks better. Is there anything I'm missing that should make me reconsider Toodledo over Google Tasks?
(If its relevant, I'll be switching from Blackberry to iPhone shortly. I also use MS Outlook at work).
Ramp up Toodledo quick w/ Proximo's setup
Another vote for Toodledo here. I found that Google tasks starts to fail once you start getting A Lot of tasks. I've had as much as 2000 tasks in Toodledo before and the system kept up fine. I love their "Search" option to filter out things. Here's a link to Proximo's setup. I tweaked it a little bit for my purposes but the basic setup will do anyone fine.
Toodledo: Using Tags for Context
Another vote for Toodledo.
To allow more flexibility, I use tags (@call, @errands, etc..) for my context instead of the Context labels. The tags allow me to set Custom Views in Done! (a 3rd party app for Palm Pixi/Pre) for multiple contexts (tags).
Appigo Todo + Outlook + Toodledo
I use an iPhone and Outlook as well, and the best solution (and most cost effective too) is to use Appigo Todo on the iPhone. It comes with free Outlook wifi sync that has worked perfectly for me with over 400 tasks on all my lists. As a bonus, if you really like cloud sync, it also syncs with Toodledo. For five bucks it was a great decision.
What about ToDoList or Power-To Do List software programs?
Looking for software to manage GTD, for laptop at this point (though would like flexibility to adapt to smartphone down the road). Wondering about Todolist, which is free and rated high by CNET and Power-ToDoList, rated 5 stars by CNET, but costs "$24 or so. It claims to be designed to implement GTD. Wonder how these compare to Toodledo or Outlook Tasks.