menu
Daily Bits Email

The email you entered is already receiving Daily Bits Emails!

Virus Scan for Daily To-Do List

Task Management Made Simple!

Daily To-Do List is an easy task management program that lets you reorder tasks, color-code items, set reminders, insert web links, and export your lists to HTML.

Our virus scan reports this download is 100% Clean Free Download

Download Virus Scan - Daily To-Do List

We've scanned the download using a variety of antivirus software and can bring you the following results.

Virus ProgramResultScan Date
MicroWorld-eScan (v 12.0.250.0) Clean 7/25/2013
nProtect (v 2013-07-25.03) Clean 7/25/2013
CAT-QuickHeal (v 12.00) Clean 7/25/2013
McAfee (v 5.400.0.1158) Clean 7/25/2013
Malwarebytes (v 1.75.0.1) Clean 7/25/2013
TheHacker (v None) Clean 7/24/2013
K7GW (v 12.7.0.12) Clean 7/25/2013
K7AntiVirus (v 9.170.9100) Clean 7/24/2013
Agnitum (v 5.5.1.3) Clean 7/24/2013
F-Prot (v 4.7.1.166) Clean 7/25/2013
Symantec (v 20131.1.0.101) Clean 7/25/2013
Norman (v 7.01.04) Clean 7/25/2013
TotalDefense (v 37.0.10498) Clean 7/25/2013
TrendMicro-HouseCall (v 9.700.0.1001) Clean 7/25/2013
Avast (v 8.0.1489.320) Clean 7/25/2013
ClamAV (v 0.97.3.0) Clean 7/25/2013
Kaspersky (v 9.0.0.837) Clean 7/25/2013
BitDefender (v 7.2) Clean 7/25/2013
NANO-Antivirus (v 0.24.0.53571) Clean 7/25/2013
SUPERAntiSpyware (v 5.6.0.1008) Clean 7/25/2013
ByteHero (v 1.0.0.1) Clean 7/24/2013
Sophos (v 4.91.0) Clean 7/25/2013
Comodo (v 16649) Clean 7/25/2013
F-Secure (v 11.0.19100.45) Clean 7/25/2013
DrWeb (v ) Clean 7/25/2013
VIPRE (v 19852) Clean 7/25/2013
AntiVir (v 7.11.92.166) Clean 7/25/2013
TrendMicro (v 9.740.0.1012) Clean 7/25/2013
McAfee-GW-Edition (v 2013) Clean 7/25/2013
Emsisoft (v 3.0.0.583) Clean 7/25/2013
Jiangmin (v 16.0.100) Clean 7/25/2013
Antiy-AVL (v 2.0.3.7) Clean 7/25/2013
Kingsoft (v 2013.4.9.267) Clean 7/23/2013
Microsoft (v 1.9700) Clean 7/25/2013
ViRobot (v 2011.4.7.4223) Clean 7/25/2013
GData (v 22) Clean 7/25/2013
Commtouch (v 5.4.1.7) Clean 7/25/2013
AhnLab-V3 (v 2013.07.26.00) Clean 7/25/2013
VBA32 (v 3.12.22.2) Clean 7/24/2013
PCTools (v 9.0.0.2) Clean 7/25/2013
ESET-NOD32 (v 8608) Clean 7/25/2013
Rising (v 24.72.02.04) Clean 7/25/2013
Ikarus (v T3.1.4.3.0) Clean 7/25/2013
Fortinet (v 5.1.146.0) Clean 7/25/2013
AVG (v 10.0.0.1190) Clean 7/25/2013
Panda (v 10.0.3.5) Clean 7/25/2013

SHA-256 Hash: cf03e9494874e2bcb1acc71c067b5a5402f7a175332f3457c634050f3c975535
Learn more about Virus Scan SHA-256 Hashes and Virus Scan False Positives

Website Malware/Phishing Scan - Dextronet

We've scanned dextronet.com using a variety of antivirus software and can bring you the following results.

Virus ProgramResult
CLEAN MX Clean site
MalwarePatrol Clean site
ZDB Zeus Clean site
K7AntiVirus Clean site
Quttera Clean site
Yandex Safebrowsing Clean site
MalwareDomainList Clean site
ZeusTracker Clean site
zvelo Clean site
Google Safebrowsing Clean site
BitDefender Clean site
Opera Clean site
G-Data Clean site
C-SIRT Clean site
Sucuri SiteCheck Clean site
VX Vault Clean site
ADMINUSLabs Clean site
SCUMWARE.org Clean site
Dr.Web Clean site
AlienVault Clean site
Malc0de Database Clean site
SpyEyeTracker Clean site
Phishtank Clean site
Avira Clean site
Antiy-AVL Clean site
Comodo Site Inspector Clean site
Malekal Clean site
ESET Clean site
SecureBrain Unrated site
Websense ThreatSeeker Clean site
Netcraft Clean site
ParetoLogic Clean site
URLQuery Unrated site
Wepawet Unrated site
Minotaur Clean site

Website 100% Clean Badges

Let your website visitors know that they can trust your download is 100% safe by using the following badges on your website.

Daily To-Do List Virus Scan Report
Daily To-Do List Virus Scan Report
Daily To-Do List Virus Scan Report
Daily To-Do List Virus Scan Report
Daily To-Do List Virus Scan Report

What are people saying about Daily To-Do List

Michael K A "Basic" To-do List is not what I am looking for as I already have that in Microsoft Outlook.
However, Dextronet also have a more advanced version that I would be interested in - Swift To-Do 7.

Do you propose to allow us to buy Swift To-Do Standard and Professional versions on offer for those of us who would like something more advanced than the basic Daily To-Do list.?


Thanks


Michael K
Jun 26 2011 at 1:39am Copy Link
0
Michael Begley I purcased a license for Swift-To-Do when they offered it here in the past. I like it. It is worth waiting for.
Jun 26 2011 at 6:08am Copy Link
0
Gerald Montgomery I agree with Michael Begley. Also the company, Dextronic, is very active and continues to update Swift To-Do on a regular basis.
Jun 26 2011 at 1:01pm Copy Link
0
Nick Kobe Is this the Standard or professional version? What version number?

Nick K
Jun 26 2011 at 9:22pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet Nick: This is Daily To-Do List, not Swift To-Do List. Daily To-Do List has no editions.

However, Swift To-Do List will be featured on Bitsdujour too, all editions.
Dextronet - Jun 27 2011 at 4:09am Copy Link
0
Software Guy The philosophy here is simplicity - for all of us who feel that PIMs and organizers are more complicated than we need, here is a daily to do list. It has priorities, reminders, checkboxes and automatically carries tasks over to the next day. With just the basics, it might be right if you are trying to simplify and "minimize" .
This is a great complement to a notes program such as TreeNotes (also by Dextronet) or AllMyNotes.
And if you still need simpler then have a look at hottnotes - stickies with reminders and checkboxes = and it is free.
http://www.hottnotes.com/
And if you need a built in (desktop) calendar then just use what everyone else uses - rainlendar (free or pro) . Both can be used to complement Daily ToDo List.
One other comment - dextronet's support has traditionally been excellent ( and I mean excellent - equalled by very few), and their programs are all top quality programs - Swift todo (best in class), TreeNotes (premium notes organizer and great complement to this daily task list) and FastPaste (popular keboard text paste utility).
$7, user license, great support - definitely recomended!
Aug 9 2012 at 6:46am Copy Link
0
umike Most todos software are useful for creating master todo list but over kill for create a simple daily todo list. This todo-list software is really great for creating daily todos. I really like it.

A few question:
- How do I backup the preference and database?
- The software is installed in C:\Users\Mike\AppData\Local\Daily To-Do List folder. Can I copy all the files to a USB drive and use as a portable software?
Aug 9 2012 at 8:01pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet Hello umike,

depending on your operating system, the database and preference file are located either in the Program Files\Daily To-Do List folder (Windows XP), or in your user folder in the hidden AppData\Local\Daily To-Do List folder (Vista and 7). To backup your database and preferences, copy ToDoDatabase.mdb and settings.ini files to a safe backup location.

Regarding the portability, unfortunately we don't support deploying Daily To-Do List to a USB drive. However our more advanced Swift To-Do List can do that.
Dextronet - Aug 9 2012 at 10:33pm Copy Link
0
Software Guy If Daily To Do List is too minimalistic - maybe you also want notes available - then you may be interested in minimalizing Swift ToDo. Fortunately Dextronet has provided a step by step set of instructions to do exactly that and they are here
http://www.dextronet.com/...ist-setup/

A benefit of this approach is that you can run it from a USB drive and most of the functionality is still there if you need it (though sometimes not easy to find).
Aug 10 2012 at 12:30pm Copy Link
1
umike Thanks for the reply.
I have a registered version of swift todo. I maintain a master list in Achieve Planner and a daily list in swift todo. Soon my list in swift todo grow into a 2nd master list.
I like Daily To-do List because I get a new page everyday. This feature will prevent my daily list from growing into another master list. I have tried so many todo software and only this one has this feature. When you upgrade this software, perhaps you can consider my suggestion in previous conversation.
I am very likely to buy this software when the deal is on.
Aug 10 2012 at 6:05pm Copy Link
0
William Tattors I am wary of the payment system, not familiar with.... too bad cause I like the product.
Aug 12 2012 at 7:29am Copy Link
0
Matt This is a very nice and simple to-do list!

The only thing I don't like about Daily To-Do List, along with my second Dextronet program, FastPaste, is that your NAME and LICENSE INFO are displayed in the Title Bar. I'm betting there are some others that don't like it as well.

I feel like the developer doesn't trust his customer's integrity. I don't share my software, so I find this somewhat distracting.

I wish Jiri would trust his customers like we are trusting in him and his software and remove this licensing information.

Thank you.
Aug 12 2012 at 8:57am Copy Link
0
MK I bought this today and have just realised what it is missing.
Jiri - do you have any plans to add search functionality?
Aug 12 2012 at 5:16pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet @J. Bell, thank you for your comment. We do trust our customers... The name and license info have always been in the title bars of your products. I can't say why exactly, perhaps it seemed like a standard place for such info back in the days we made that decision. But it's interesting you can perceive it as being hostile. We'll definitely give it a thought!
Dextronet - Aug 12 2012 at 11:51pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet @MK, thank you for buying Daily To-Do List! We plan to modernize the program including adding things like search functionality. We don't have ETA for this new release though...
Dextronet - Aug 12 2012 at 11:53pm Copy Link
0
VLM Jiri, regarding the information in the title bar, you might look at it this way: A user wishes to look up and see the most important information at a glance. When the title bar is stuffed with all sorts of information, the eye doesn't know where to focus ... there is no "at a glance", instead there is reading. And that is a distraction from what one is doing. In other words, it's clutter, and it's information that no one typically wishes to see on a regular basis.

Also, for some users there could be a privacy issue ... in some settings, it's possible that the license information could be taken by someone else. Just some things to think about.

And, I fell asleep and missed this opportunity. Sigh ... next time!
Aug 13 2012 at 12:22am Copy Link
0
Matt Thank you Jiri for your reply and consideration and thank you VLM for your articulation! I couldn't have said it better.

I have a ground school program from Dauntless that continually scrolls my name, complete mailing address, phone number and email address along with my license information in the status bar. That is really distracting!
Aug 13 2012 at 8:08am Copy Link
0
VLM J. Bell - :)
Aug 13 2012 at 7:27pm Copy Link
0
Frank Stephens umike (from last August), if you're using other software in addition to Achieve Planner, then you're not using Achieve Planner correctly. I no longer use calendar programs, to-do list programs, etc., now that I'm using Achieve Planner. I may go to structured daily time management later, but right now I'm using Achieve Planner in unstructured mode. I just set up my projects and tasks (with deadlines) in the Outline, then go to the Task Chooser tab for my daily items to work on. You'll note that there's info on using it to generate To-Do lists, but right now I don't need that. It also has print views which I don't need, but restoring (un-maximizing) the window and using landscape mode would be sufficient for my needs if I did need to print lists. I strongly disagree with Jiri that Achieve :Planner is "old-school", it handles all of the latest time management techniques. It has a learning curve, but like most things, you can start with less than 1% and later add only those endless features which you need. The Help isn't sufficient, you have to consult the installed (and online) user manual for details like window / tab management and task state values.
http://www.effexis.com/achieve/training/
Jan 20 2013 at 4:24am Copy Link
0
Software Guy This is a nicely done to do list with reminders. The list can be color coded and includes checkboxes. It is perfect for those of us who do not have the need for a full organizer or PIM like dextronet's excellent Swift ToDo. This teamed up with a notes program like Tree Notes or AllMyNotes with a recurring reminder like Rainlendar (or Vueminder) and Hott Notes for stickies is what I tend to use. Sure the PIM would do all but it is licensing that usually prevents it - I need to use at least 4 and as many as 8 different computers each day so the freebie reminder programs are great. They are really nice because I can tailor the reminders to each computer/task/location.
IMHO the price is just fine today on BDJ but I do feel the normal price is too high. Bottom line: if you don't need (or can't use) a full PIM, then this is a nice simplified alternative to keep those appointments and tasks all listed and handy. And the developer is most responsive and excellent. BTW he has written a book on time management - I just need to make some time to read it! Jiri - just a thought - use Ivona to turn your book into an audio book so that us busy people can listen while we work/drive/exercise.
Jan 20 2013 at 5:26am Copy Link
0
Frank Stephens Software Guy, Daily To-Do List and Achieve Planner are licensed per user, not per computer like Swift To-Do List. Swift To-Do List has improved over the years, but it's also gotten much more expensive. I have VueMinder (also per-user), don't like it. There are things that Achieve Planner doesn't do, but overall it does everything that I need without having to use a mess of other programs. Effexis (been here on BDJ at least a couple of times) also has ebooks and courses, including video, audio, and PDF slides. The audio is done by humans, not text-to-speech.
Jan 20 2013 at 6:24am Copy Link
0
bvssunnydale Is this/can this be portable?
Jan 20 2013 at 10:30am Copy Link
0
umike @Frank Stephens, I agreed that I have not fully utilized Achieve Planner (AP). I am still using AP as the master list but only used 50% of its functions. Even with task chooser, the to do list can be over-whelming as I have 30+ projects and I feel everything is urgent.
I bought Daily ToDo List because of 1 unique feature, that is a new list everyday. For people like me with ADD, a shorter ToDo List at the start of the day is better for me.
Whichever ToDo software that can help me accomplish more, is the best software. In short, it is the results that count.
Jan 20 2013 at 5:26pm Copy Link
0
K X Jiri,

As bssunnydale requests, is there a way to make this portable, to run it from my USB drive, as I do Swift To-Do List?

I have Achieve Planner and Swift To-Do List and each has some very powerful features I would like to see the other program incorporate. Right now, as far as I can tell, Swift To-Do seems to be under more active development than AP.

Similarly to umike, I picked up Daily To-Do list because I think having a very short list of key things I need to get done each day can be helpful.

And I especially like that I can look at each day and have a simple record of what I set out to do, and which tasks were completed.

One missing feature I'd really like to see is a Priority column, with the Priority (Low, Medium, HIgh, etc.) spelled out, and the ability to sort by Priority. Right now, Priority is indicated by color, which is less than ideal, because completed tasks on previous days are gray, so when reviewing earlier entries, you can't see what the priority was set to.

Oddly, when you print the a day's To-Dos, there IS a column with each task's Priority spelled out.
Jan 20 2013 at 8:14pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet Hi K X,

Right now, Daily To-Do List can't be run from USB. However, we would like to include that feature in the future, as well as the priority column. To sort by priority, you can use menu Options - Sort by Priority.
Dextronet - Jan 20 2013 at 9:29pm Copy Link
0
Ron Just wondering how much upgrade costs would be? It just says discounted?
Jan 20 2013 at 10:26pm Copy Link
0
K X To everyone subscribed to this thread:

I just noticed that a new version (V3) of Daily To-Do List has been released with a new interface and a lot of new features including USB portability.
Apr 22 2013 at 10:17am Copy Link
0
BrianS You want the Swift To Do List. The Daily To Do List has limited features and may be fine for simple task lists, but that's it.
Jul 28 2013 at 3:42am Copy Link
0
Loco78 * I bought an application for promotion but instead of $ 15.98 I paid 16.01 euros if the price is quoted in dollars should be the same as stated in the promotion and not changed when you buy the more expensive currency. $ 1 to 3.2374 PLN. - A 1 euro is 4.2812 PLN is over 1PLN more expensive than those specified in the promotion. It's a big difference for my currency, so it should not be done to raise the price of the purchase. :-(
Jul 28 2013 at 2:22pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet Loco78 - I'm sorry to hear that. However you can select the currency in which you wish to pay in the order form. You could've also select the Polish zloty.
Dextronet - Jul 28 2013 at 2:28pm Copy Link
0
Loco78 * Yes, but now it's too late I could not see that the currency is euro account and not the U.S. dollar, or Polish zloty. For a little overpaid because of the bank for the conversion rate is the highest rate, in addition to the tax came and it turned out that the program would cost U.S. $ 19.87 but it is hard next time I need to pay more attention to the currency which is given when purchasing could possibly change that. But I admit that I am very pleased application-is exactly what I needed :-) It was worth it to spend the money!
Jul 28 2013 at 2:39pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet I'm glad to hear that you're pleased with Daily To-Do List! I apologize for the inconvenience with your payment.
Dextronet - Jul 28 2013 at 2:49pm Copy Link
0
Loco78 * It's all right, my mistake browser is redirected towards the purchase so and I have not looked at whether the currency is correct only if the amount is the same as in the order.
Yours.
Jul 28 2013 at 2:58pm Copy Link
0
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 2014 at 6:08am Copy Link
0
Dextronet 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 2014 at 6:42am Copy Link
0
_*_ 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 2014 at 7:11am Copy Link
0
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 2014 at 12:14am Copy Link
0
Dextronet 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: http://www.dextronet.com/...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 2014 at 1:00am Copy Link
0
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 2014 at 5:41am Copy Link
0
Dextronet 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 2014 at 3:14pm Copy Link
0
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 2014 at 12:34am Copy Link
0
Dextronet 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 2014 at 1:47am Copy Link
0
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 2014 at 9:29am Copy Link
0
_*_ @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 2014 at 10:47am Copy Link
0
Toni McConnel Thanks for the suggestion. Will do.
Jan 14 2014 at 3:02am Copy Link
0
Matt Hello,

Do you still plan on keeping the owner's name and license information in the title bar as shown on the above screenshots?

This was discussed two years and two versions ago when you said that you weren't sure why it was there(?). At that time you said you would think about removing it.

I don't think any customer wants to see their name and license information openly displayed on their title bar, especially while using their laptop in a public environment. That doesn't seem very secure.

I see that your other software follows this same model (FastPaste, Tree Notes, etc.).

It seems like you aren't very trusting of your customers.

Maybe you could hide this license information within the 'Help' menu as other developers have done. Seems like an easy fix.

Thank you.
Jun 24 2014 at 3:44am Copy Link
1
Dextronet If this is an issue for you, you can check that the license is for a Company when placing your order. Write anything you want into the Company name field, that's what will be displayed in the title bar.

If you already own a license and would like to change the title bar, just contact our support.

However I don't see how it wouldn't be secure, it's not the license code, just the type of the license along with your name.
Dextronet - Jun 24 2014 at 12:08pm Copy Link
0
Matt Hi Jiri,

Thank you for your response.

I don't like my name on the title bar. I don't think anybody does.

It's not a good idea to have your name on the screen while using your laptop or netbook in public places.

I'm still not sure why you feel the need to display this personal information on the title bar. Don't you trust us, Jiri?

It also looks cluttered.

You do have very nice software though.

Thank you.
Jun 25 2014 at 11:47am Copy Link
2
Steven Barnett Sadly, I'm with Matt. I won't buy software that advertises my name and licence in the title bar. This is not normal practice and is utterly unnecessary. That's what the help/about is for.

I'm looking for a more complete do-list package and was interested in swift until I saw a name and licence displayed in the title bar. At that point, I uninstalled the demo and moved on.
Jun 26 2014 at 12:56am Copy Link
3
Dextronet FYI, your license code is not advertised anywhere. Daily (and Swift) To-Do List simply displays who it is registered to, and as we've offered, we can hide that for you if it's a problem. We DO trust you, that's why we don't use on-line activation.
Dextronet - Jun 27 2014 at 1:41am Copy Link
0
_*_ Jiri, I have tried the demo of Simple To-Do List, and like the fact it shows, Status, and Type.
Is this possible in Daily To-Do List?

Also, will you ever plan on a sale of Simple To-Do List, or is it not supported any longer?

Thanks
Jun 27 2014 at 4:44am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Daily To-Do List has the Type column. You can click menu Manage - Columns and activate it.

I take it by Simple To-Do List you mean Swift To-Do List? Swift To-Do List is of course still supported, it's our top product. The BitsDuJour promotion for Swift To-Do List has ended a few days ago.
Dextronet - Jun 27 2014 at 10:02am Copy Link
0
_*_ @Jiri, No, I mean Simple To-Do List sold by Dextronet. However the website is from 2012. Here is a link to the page where I downloaded the program and tested it out. It is only $29.95 full price. http://www.todolistsimple.com/ Is it your program, and if I purchase it do you support it? Thanks
Jun 27 2014 at 10:39am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Ah, you actually mean the Simple To-Do List. We no longer release updates for it, at least we won't in the foreseeable future. Simple To-Do List will stay simple, so it can be a good choice if you're not after advanced features like Sync etc.

Nevertheless, we provide lifetime email support for all of our software products.
Dextronet - Jun 27 2014 at 1:09pm Copy Link
0
_*_ Will Simple To-Do List ever be reduced for a sale? Be great to see it here on Bits, or simply on the website it is located at.
Jun 27 2014 at 6:48pm Copy Link
0
Mike Kahler I worked my way up to Swift-To-Do Ultimate and am completely satisfied with the program! Like any software, it takes a little time to get used to, but now that I use it for the projects I work on, I couldn't imagine not using it anymore. It simply is the best tool I've found to manage my software projects and Bible study projects. Great job and thank you to Jiri and his team!
Jun 28 2014 at 11:05am Copy Link
1
Chris I purchased version 2 from here awhile back and had updated to version 3 and now I see you are at version 4. What is the price of updates? Is this deal cheaper?

Thanks.....
Jun 29 2014 at 12:20am Copy Link
0
Ela S. Hi there,

Is there a comparison chart available between Daily-To-Do- and Swift-To-Do-List?

What are the main differences?

Thanks & regards

Ely S.
Jun 29 2014 at 6:10am Copy Link
0
paul zozem I bought the TreeNotes app, which is really great!
And, I do want to get most full featured version,
which is the, Swift To-Do-List. (v9) So...
I think I'll wait until that's offered at BitsDuJour.
Jun 29 2014 at 8:16am Copy Link
0
Dextronet _*_, no, we don't plan any sales for Simple To-Do List. However feel free to contact us via email or the contact form, I'm sure we'll work something out :)

Mike, thank you for your feedback!

Chris, this deal is cheaper than upgrading from version 2 to 4. Not by much though.

Ely, Swift To-Do List is more powerful and feature rich, Daily To-Do List is more day-to-day focused
Dextronet - Jun 29 2014 at 10:31am Copy Link
0
Chris @ Jiri

When you hadn't replied I finally found the upgrade from previous version part on your site and found out this was a better deal even though I had to pay tax of $1.10 I think it was. I went ahead and purchased it, so now I own 3 versions, (2,3,4)

Thanks...
Jun 29 2014 at 11:57am Copy Link
0
Matt Hi Jiri,

Three deleted tasks continue to show up in the export to html page or print preview, even though they no longer show in the main program.

I've even deleted all remaining 20 tasks and deleted all archives and these three tasks continue to show in the html file or print preview.

I don't want to delete the database because I've spent a good amount of time customizing the Priorities and Types along with color coding them.

If I start a new database, I'm losing all of my customizations.

Is there any way to purge or rebuild the database?

Thank you.
Jun 29 2014 at 3:51pm Copy Link
0
Fadi Hi,
I don't see that his version can send email reminders? can it?
Can I buy the Pro version that send email reminders?
Jun 29 2014 at 5:52pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet Matt, that's very unlikely. Keep in mind that in Daily To-Do List you only see tasks for today (or the selected date(s)), so I recommend going to menu Manage - Columns and activate the Date column. Then show the Date column in the Preview and you'll see where the tasks are.

If that doesn't help, you can email me your database and I'll repair it for you. All your data will stay confidential.

Fadi, if you want to email reminders to yourself or others, I recommend Swift To-Do List. Daily To-Do List doesn't have this functionality.
Dextronet - Jun 29 2014 at 8:25pm Copy Link
0
VLM Standard UI or ribbon UI?
Jun 30 2014 at 3:27am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Daily To-Do List 4 has the ribbon.
Dextronet - Jun 30 2014 at 5:31am Copy Link
0
Matt Hi Jiri,

But it is very likely in my case.

I had all columns showing. Trust me, I'm being very thorough in testing your software. Zero tasks remain in the main program, yet they continue to show up in Preview/Export html.

I had two database type programs in the past that had a purge/rebuild function to clear up issues like this.

I'll just delete the database (and my customizations) and start over.

I don't want you to rebuild it. It was only a task list of 20 (+3) items and two days of testing.

I'm just concerned about having issues in the future, when the list grows longer and more time passes.

Thank you.
Jun 30 2014 at 8:02am Copy Link
0
_*_ I have a question(s).

I am presently using a Sharewareonsale free version of your Swift ToDo List 9.208 Home.

It appears to be all I need and wanted to know if this is basically the same thing or not?
I see there is no icon for Multiple Tasks or Subtasks, so things are a bit different.

But this version has a Calendar in the left-hand pane where the Home version has no Calendar view.

Can I simply update my version at a discounted price?

Thank you
Mar 13 2015 at 5:36am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Daily To-Do List is more day-to-day based and every task is associated with a specific date. Swift To-Do List has more features and is more of a general task management program, higher editions of STDL (Professional and Ultimate) also have a mini calendar panel.

If you have a STDL Home license, you're of course eligible for an upgrade discount. Either look at the Help menu under Buy Upgrades or Extra Licenses or contact our support.
Dextronet - Mar 13 2015 at 10:46am Copy Link
0
_*_ I am thinking that the Home version is no longer being worked on at this stage, since it is at version 9 and the new versions are at version 4? However, it does show that it works with Windows 8.

I would like to ask if this link is the Home version or some other, http://www.dextronet.com/...t-software.

This link shows the various versions http://www.dextronet.com/...e/editions including the Home version.

Thank you for helping me understand this better.
Mar 14 2015 at 6:36am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Daily To-Do List and Swift To-Do List are two different programs.

The latest version of Daily To-Do List is 4, there are no editions.

The latest version of Swift To-Do List is 9, Swift To-Do List comes in Home, Professional and Ultimate editions.

I think you're mixing these two programs together.
Dextronet - Mar 14 2015 at 12:58pm Copy Link
0
Danny What is the difference between Daily to-do List and Swift to-do List 9?
Mar 15 2015 at 12:25am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Danny, look at the couple of my previous comments. The biggest difference is that DTDL is simpler and doesn't have a tree structure, it has the 3 calendar panels instead. So STDL is more universal and can be used in whatever way suits you. DTDL on the other hand is an excellent alternative for people that want an easy way to add tasks for specific dates.
Dextronet - Mar 15 2015 at 2:33am Copy Link
0
Nefer User Does Daily To Do List 4 have the new "Immediate Recurrence" that Swift To Do now has?
Mar 15 2015 at 6:49am Copy Link
0
Danny Why no DTDL also for Android (Smartphone and Tablet) to possibly sync so that we both have on desktop and on mobile? Seems to me useful!
Mar 15 2015 at 7:35am Copy Link
0
Dextronet Danny, we currently only have mobile/web apps for Swift To-Do List as that's our by far most popular product.

Nefer User, Daily To-Do List doesn't have Immediate recurrence yet.
Dextronet - Mar 15 2015 at 10:13am Copy Link
0
Nefer User Thank you. Please consider adding immediate recurrence to DTDL. I would probably get it if it had that feature, as the three month calendar panel looks very useful. Swift To Do is much improved with immediate recurrence. :)
Mar 15 2015 at 10:35am Copy Link
0
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
0
Dextronet 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
0
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?

Thanks!
Nov 1 2015 at 9:52am Copy Link
0
Dextronet 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
0
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
0
Dextronet Could you move the whole deployed DTDL folder from your USB to your office computer?
Dextronet - Nov 1 2015 at 1:36pm Copy Link
0
KHood Yes I could do that but I may not be able to leave it there.
Nov 1 2015 at 6:21pm Copy Link
0
Dextronet 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
0
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
0


Our virus scan reports this download is 100% Clean Free Download



BitsDuJour is for People who Love Software
Every day we review great Mac & PC apps, and get you discounts up to 100%
© Copyright 2020 BitsDuJour LLC. Code & Design. All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy