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Okay, iPhone Peeps, Question TIme!

As inconceivable as it may sound, MobileMe doesn't seem to synch your task list. That's because, as far as I can tell, the iPhone doesn't have a native task list.

(Wait, you've got e-mail, calendar, contacts, and notes, but no task list? WTF? That's like building a car with windows, wheels, steering, and engine but no brakes.)

So help me out here! What do I do to plug this hole? My too-much-to-do list is the only thing that keeps me in the relative state of sanity I've got.

I found an app in the "App Store" that claimed to synch with Outlook, but then all the reviews said "This doesn't synch with Outlook very well." I already went through that level of hell with the Palm, I don't want to play that game again.

Help?

-The Gneech

EDIT: Thanks for the info, all. I ended up trying a service called "ToodleDo" which has a "synch w/ Outlook" application as well as an iPhone app. So far it appears to be working.

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goodluckfox
Feb. 24th, 2010 02:16 pm (UTC)
If there is a Thinking Rock "Getting Things Done" app, that would be the King Hell of All Task Lists.
daemionfox
Feb. 24th, 2010 02:54 pm (UTC)
Go get yourself the App called "Things" It does what you want

the_gneech
Feb. 24th, 2010 03:24 pm (UTC)
Checked it out ... doesn't seem to have any Outlook synch, tho.

-TG
mouser
Feb. 24th, 2010 02:57 pm (UTC)
I would say it's more like building a car with windows that don't roll down; it really annoys some people and others will blink, look at you and ask "Windows are supposed to roll down?"

graemelion
Feb. 24th, 2010 03:07 pm (UTC)
You want the Things app. It'll run you , I think, $9.99 .. and for full benefit, you'll want the Mac App for it too, which will cost you $50.

the_gneech
Feb. 24th, 2010 03:24 pm (UTC)
The Mac app won't help on my Dell. ;P

Thanks anyway!

-TG
shockwave77598
Feb. 24th, 2010 03:15 pm (UTC)
I have Yahoo emails, so I use the Yahoo bit in settings/email to have all of them come to my phone. I also turn OFF the PUSH feature and just have the phone check for new mail every 30 minutes - this extends battery life tremendously. The phone then tells me when I have new email and I can read and reply right there on the phone, no matter where I am.

No, you have no task list. You don't need one. Unlike a fullblown computer, you only have one program running at a time.
grifter_t_wolf
Feb. 24th, 2010 03:16 pm (UTC)
Leave Outlook, she's a hooker and doesn't appreciate you :P
And don't bother with Lotus Notes either, she's all looks without function. You know what works? GMAIL man! Gmail!
the_gneech
Feb. 24th, 2010 03:23 pm (UTC)
Outlook works very well -- it just doesn't play well with others.

I looked at Gmail's task manager ... if I didn't already have all of my tasks in Outlook, I'd be more interested. But I don't want to have to depend on web access. I'm not a "cloud computing" type of guy if I can help it.

-TG
carlhh
Feb. 24th, 2010 08:42 pm (UTC)
That's like building a car with windows, wheels, steering, and engine but no brakes.


Uhh, Toyota?
hantamouse
Feb. 25th, 2010 04:28 am (UTC)
I thought Task Lists were best run from Notepad.
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