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A simple calendar with events, customizable widgets and no ads.
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Tasks? Done. That was quick.
Paste lines to separate subtasks
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-04-12
Yeah I'll plan to implement this. I'm also hoping to implement a quick-add bar soon, and will also support pasting multiple lines into that. Dropping a link to tasks/tasks#1457 here
Can't find the option to pick map provider
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-04-09
I used to offer a choice between Mapbox and Google Maps, but I removed Mapbox from the Google Play build (more info here)
Etesync to replace Google calendar and contacts
reddit.com/r/degoogle | 2021-04-04
If the Etesync app does not provide a widget then it means I will need to rely on another app to display the information. I have yet to find a perfect FOSS solution to this problem. Simple calendar doesn't support tasks only, so if I am able to create tasks in Etesync calendar, it most likely wouldn't show (see Github issue here). Etar doesn't seem to be able to support the creation of tasks/reminders only as well. Tasks.org doesn't support recurrence beginning on start date, only on due/completion date (Github issue see here) which is hard to manage for recurring events with no presently known due/completion dates. Is there any good FOSS alternatives? Or am I doomed to keep opening events that start and end at the same time?
Setting different sort/view options per filter?
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-04-03
I've been planning to add this for years, but I've started getting requests for this more frequently so I may try to get to it soon. You can sign up for notifications here: https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/295
A reminder app with feature to add tasks on a specific over a year
reddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO | 2021-04-02
https://tasks.org might workreddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO | 2021-04-02
Not sure, never tried it but I looked it up on F-Droid after you mentioned it. I recommend checking out https://tasks.org
Need help about recurring tasks
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-26
Yeah, this is something I need to address. There is an item on the issue tracker here if you'd like to subscribe for notifications: https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/859
Alexa Integration / Batch adding / Settings per list / Sorting
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-25
Quick-add: https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/735 Sorting: https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/295 Completed tasks: https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/921 Alexa: https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/1434
How to hide the changelog?
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-23
Got it! I added an item to the issue tracker for this here
Dependencies and moving away from Astrid sort?
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-20
Don't worry, Pure widget support is managed by this class, which is a separate thing from Astrid manual sorting. I don't have plans to remove this any time soon. The content provider doesn't cause me problems, unlike Astrid manual sorting...
How to properly set the duration of event in calendar?
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-17
Ok this is about tasks.org app creating events in google calendar.reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-17
Thanks for the feedback. Start dates are a relatively new feature and I need to address this. You can subscribe to this issue if you would like to receive a notification when this has been implemented
My interpretation of a text-only digital bujo
reddit.com/r/digitalbujo | 2021-03-16
Actually, I do like bujo as a hacked improvement of the simple bullet journal I'd been doing for my work, and I have been building on it for the past two weeks to track my activities and to-dos for my day job. But my home life is much more dynamic and I track my schedule with a combination of Google Calendar and the Tasks.org Android to-do app. They are much better at nagging me to do things. For self-tracking strategies, I'm pretty sold on Google Fit and using various devices/apps to populate that data.
Notification issue and default calender issue
reddit.com/r/tasks | 2021-03-12
If you use 'When overdue' reminders you'll get a new notification ever 24 hours after the original due date. I'm hoping to make this interval configurable in the future (tasks/tasks#3)
The open calendar, task and note space is a mess
reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2021-03-10
I ended up switching to aCalendar+ on Android which integrates tasks into the calendar quite nicely and works by leveraging the tasks.org app as well.