Sunday, June 10, 2007
I created a Firefox extension that puts TodoCue on the sidebar in GMail and Google Calendar. (With the extension's preferences you can actually pull in any URL).
Also, you can now drag and drop todos between lists. If anyone wants to help, the app is ready to be translated. For an idea of the response so far, there have been 79 new users and 1k visitors since I first blogged about todocue. It's a simple project with a simple goal, and I'm thrilled if it's been useful to people.
Note: if you have an addons.mozilla.org account you can help get the extension onto the public site.
Update: TodoCue is now translated into Swedish by Daniel Nylander and Slovak by Michal Harakal!
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what - all that time hacking on different methods of viewing to do lists, yet you _still_ haven't found time to turn in your tps reports, steal a printer, go fishing or watch kung fu? :)ReplyDelete
It would be nice to be able to register using an OpenID account and avoid creating yet another account. Since there is some OpenID "plugins" for RoR, it shouldn't be too hard.ReplyDelete
Very nice tool, with different integrations (gnome-calendar, gmail, google calendar,...)!!ReplyDelete
I agree with the OpenID account option... that could be very nice too!!
Awesome work man! You're doing everything that I wish rememberthemilk.com would do! Would it be possible to also make that GMail sidebar into a iGoogle (google homepage) widget as well?ReplyDelete
You can add TodoCue to your iGoogle with http://todocue.com/todocue.xml (just added).ReplyDelete
I'll look into the OpenID integration.
Thanks for the feedback!
You can see the iGoogle integration in this screenshot: http://bp2.blogger.com/_MXUP18ra1ik/Rmx-Al6yWPI/AAAAAAAAARc/bx6TDMnExok/s1600-h/todocue-ig.pngReplyDelete
I submitted it to the directory so hopefully you'll just be able to search for it to add it before long.
With work just recently blocking twitter.com and effectively cutting me off from my task list, I'm suddenly a lot more interested in TodoCue. ;) I really like the simplicity of the interface, something that drew me to twitter initially. One question though, is there any way to make todo lists publicly visible?ReplyDelete
It's not documented anywhere, but you can take the XML or iCal URL and take off the .ics or .xml part and you'll get unmodifiable HTML.
Meh! Blogger keeps eating my comment.ReplyDelete
I tried the removing the extension piece and that works great, but only for my authenticated session. I was curious if there was a URL that would be publicly accessible to everyone. A /public/ instead of /private/ :)
It should be fixed now. If you sign in and click More a the bottom, there is a link to the HTML page that doesn't require logging in. The URL probably should be 'public' instead of 'private' but it's not. :/
Thanks, that fixed it! This will fit my needs perfectly until work inexplicably decides it's a dating site and blocks it. :)ReplyDelete