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Author Topic: IDEA: To-do list with automatic reordering  (Read 4722 times)


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IDEA: To-do list with automatic reordering
« on: February 18, 2006, 11:17 PM »
There are zillions of to-do lists but I can't find one that does what I want. Rather than have a limited set of priority levels (High/Med/Low, ABC, etc.), it should have unlimited levels. You should be able to add an item at any level easily (e.g., Ins 6), easily reorder the list (e.g., select item, then M(ove)6 or A(djust)6 to move it to #6 in the list, and inserting or moving an item should automatically adjust other items' priority (inserting a #3 moves the current #3 to #4, #4 to 5, etc.

WordPerfect's old DOS Calendar used to do this, but I don't know of a current program. Other bells & whistles like categories and due dates would be nice of course but aren't necessary for me.


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Re: IDEA: To-do list with automatic reordering
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2006, 04:57 AM »
You should probably try 'ToDoList'
Turn on the Position ID in preferences, use the Cntl-up Cntl-Down to move your tasks up and down in order.

-Created Date
-Start Dtae
-Due Date
-Comments rtf text area
Actually you can turn On/Off 22 different fields

All can be sorted

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