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Daily To-Do List for PC

Task Management Made Simple!

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Platforms: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit)
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I must admit, the old pencil-and-notepad method of maintaining my To-Do list just isn't cutting it anymore. I feel very organized when I first jot down items on my list, but later on I start to have trouble when it comes to actually, you know, getting things on my list done. For one thing, I have a hard time prioritizing the list, and sometimes I just forget to consult the list at all.

Time to let a computer make my life easier. The last thing I am ever writing down, then, is 'Buy Daily To-Do List', and once I cross that off, I'm so golden!

Daily To-Do List is a cool task management application that lets me manage daily To-Do lists like a pro. Every item in a To-Do list is in Rich Text Format, and I can even insert hyperlinks if I need to. I can drag and drop items to reorder their priority, and assign different colors to different categories for a cool visual reference factor. Remember my problem with forgetting? Not a problem anymore, since Daily To-Do List has the ability to remind me of any task, beeping me until I ask myself "What's that beeping for...oh!" On the rare occasions where I don't get to every item on my list, the unfinished tasks automatically carry over to the next day's list. Awesome.

I can even export my To-Do lists to HTML, and if I ever get nostalgic about my old pencil-and-notepad habit, I can print out my list and bring it with me on my task managing adventures!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Toni McConnel When I went back to Daily To Do to reconfigure existing tasks, I found that I was now able to add more tasks. I don't have a clue why I was not able to do so before. Bits du Jour, please delete my prior comments?
Jan 10 at 6:08am Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Hi Toni, there are no limits for the 30 day free trial.

The calendar works like a filter, so perhaps (because you're used to the task behaviour from Swift To-Do List) you thought the tasks are not being added, because you had another day than the day you added the tasks to selected.
Dextronet - Jan 10 at 6:42am Copy Link
_*_ I installed the demo. Overall, nice program. One thing I think is a concern is nearly 15 seconds added to Windows start-up time.

I found this to be true of Tree Notes (which I purchased) as well; so that ends up adding about 30 seconds to Windows start time.

I think this should be streamlined a lot more. This is the one aspect of the program that would cause me to pass on it.
Jan 10 at 7:11am Copy Link
Stefan Hauber Is this a subset of the much-more-expensive Swift To-Do List or does this one has features Swift To-Do List does not have?

Do they working good together, i.e. can one program's data can be easily copied to the other one? Perhaps: Is there an (automatic) synchronisation between these two?

Since v9 of Swift To-Do List is just weeks away, will Daily To-Do List be upgraded soon too and if yes, will todays buyers get the new version for free?
Jan 12 at 12:14am Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Daily To-Do List focuses on day-by-day organized to-do lists and has additional calendar panels. Swift To-Do List has more features and is all around more powerful.

Tasks from Daily To-Do List can easily be exported and imported into Swift To-Do List:

There isn't any cross synchronization between DTDL and STDL. It's better to stick just to one, they both basically do the same thing. DTDL is more day-to-day oriented and suits some people more.

We have a 90 day free upgrade policy. It's unlikely the new DTDL version will be released in the next 90 days, as we're still focusing on STDL.
Dextronet - Jan 12 at 1:00am Copy Link
Toni McConnel It appears that I cannot see tasks unless I click on due date or do a search, which is not an option since I forget what I've posted, precisely the reason I need to be able to see a list of all tasks regardless of due date. Am I missing something? Unless I can see a list of all tasks, this is a deal-killer. Otherwise I like very much.
Jan 12 at 5:41am Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Hi Toni, Swift To-Do List should be better suited for you, as you can more easily browse your tasks based on different criteria (and view all tasks at once by using our View Modes/Filters). Daily To-Do List is meant precisely for this, to select a date and see what you have to do. You can also select multiple days using the shift/ctrl keys in the calendar.
Dextronet - Jan 12 at 3:14pm Copy Link
Toni McConnel Suggestion: The forgetful person who doesn't remember what date she scheduled a task for, and doesn't even remember how she defined the task, making the search function sometimes a lost cause (because maybe there are many many tasks over a period of many months), is spit out of luck. I earnestly suggest you add a function that displays all tasks. Since this is basically a database, I don't see a good reason why you couldn't do this, although maybe there is one. The database is searchable, including 'all', and search results can be displayed any way you, the developer, chooses, right? Maybe a future version?
Jan 13 at 12:34am Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Another way you can display all tasks right now. is via menu File - Print or Export. Select All tasks in Step 1 and press Preview.

We'll probably add a View mode to display all tasks in your task view (much like Swift To-Do List does) in the future.
Dextronet - Jan 13 at 1:47am Copy Link
Toni McConnel Not happy that it took three posts, one never answered, to get this information out of you and now the date to purchase at discount is past. As I said before, without being able to see a list of all tasks is a deal-killer so I didn't buy even though in every other way I like it very much.
Jan 13 at 9:29am Copy Link
_*_ @Toni, while I really like Daily To-Do List and many of its features, I was also demoing ToDo Paper by widefido (sold here on Bits). I like how it does things in a minimalist fashion, but Swifts is more feature rich. Worth checking out if you do not need much.
Jan 13 at 10:47am Copy Link
Toni McConnel Thanks for the suggestion. Will do.
Jan 14 at 3:02am Copy Link

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