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Daily To-Do List

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!

This promotion includes the following:
Daily To-Do List v4 ($39.95)
Daily To-Do List 4 (1-user-3-PC-Pack) ($59.95)
Review Written by Derek Lee
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Dwight User Greetings, can you compare the features in Daily To-Do List with Swift To-Do list versions...
Nov 1 2015 at 6:52am Copy Link
Jiri Novotny DTDL is a simplified version of STDL, it doesn't have most of its advanced features. DTDL is purely focused on the daily tasks, so you get 2 extra calendar panels instead of the tree structure (as in STDL), users that don't have much tasks might prefer the simplified format.
Dextronet - Nov 1 2015 at 8:48am Copy Link
KHood Hello, I am evaluating Daily To-Do List for use. I need to be able to run from a USB drive that is read only once it is plugged in to my office workstation.

I can read and save a file to the workstation but cannot write a file to the USB drive. When I attempt to open DTDL I get a message indicating that the Setup file cannot be processed because it needs both read/write access (paraphrasing).

My assumption is this is due to the setup file being on the USB drive. Is there a way to write the setup file to a location and point DTDL to the setup file?

Nov 1 2015 at 9:52am Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Well, you have to install DTDL somewhere first (perhaps your home computer?), then click menu File - Deploy to USB Flash drive. That way you will get a fully portable version of DTDL on your USB drive that you should be able to run in your office.

Feel free to use the support form/email.
Dextronet - Nov 1 2015 at 11:23am Copy Link
KHood Hello, thank you for responding. Yes, I did install first on my home machine and ran the "Deploy to USB Flash Drive" process. Perhaps I will delete and try again and see what happens. One thing is different, and that is my home machine is a MAC running Parallels with WIN 7 installed if this makes a difference in how the deploy directory was created.

Actually, thinking about this, the problem is not that something may be missing from the USB drive install, it is most likely the fact that DTDL want to write back to the USB drive and this is not allowed in my environment.
Nov 1 2015 at 1:17pm Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Could you move the whole deployed DTDL folder from your USB to your office computer?
Dextronet - Nov 1 2015 at 1:36pm Copy Link
KHood Yes I could do that but I may not be able to leave it there.
Nov 1 2015 at 6:21pm Copy Link
Jiri Novotny Your data (tasks) are stored in a database file. The database needs to be saved somewhere, if you can't keep it on your workstation and you can't write to USB, then I don't think it's possible to use DTDL, or most task managers for that matter.
Dextronet - Nov 2 2015 at 6:00am Copy Link
KHood Hi, yes, I could keep just the database in place, just not the application. I went down that road earlier. The thought was I could open the application and save the database on a local drive. Unfortunately I couldn't get the DTDL to open so I could make the move. I like the application so I will figure something out hopefully. I will install everything long enough to open the app and move the database perhaps that will do it. I did go ahead and purchase last night. In either event thank you for your help.
Nov 2 2015 at 8:23am Copy Link

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