What is a Tag?
You can use tags to sort your tasks. The taglist provides a filter so you will only see the tasks marked with this tag.
How do I create a Tag?
You create a tag by writing a word in the tag field when you create the tag. E.g. you can write "work", "Call", "!" or any other word you need for sorting your day.
How do i sort by Tags?
You use the tag field in the today view to select which tagged tasks you want to see. If you choose "Call" your list will only show tasks which have the tag "Call"
I can't see all my tags in the taglist?
ccToDo only shows you the taglist with the tags which are in use for Today.
How do I create a new task for myself?
You create a new task by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, naming the task in the subject field and notes in the body of the e-mail.
How do I create a task for someone else?
You enter a new task for someone else by sending an email to their ordinary email adress and writing firstname.lastname@example.org in the CC-field. Name the task in the subject field and add any notes in the body of the email.
How do I create a task for myself that is due tomorrow?
Mail the task to email@example.com, naming the task in the subject field.
How do I create a task for myself for a later day in the week?
You can create an upcoming task by sending emails to any of the following addresses:
How do I create a task for myself for a specific date?
You do this by sending your email to:
A three letter shorthand is also fine:
Note that dates are asumed to be no later than 1 year into the future.
Who can I reassign to?
You can reassign a task to anyone with an email address. If they are not already ccToDo users, we will generate a free account for them.
How can I track the progress of a reassigned task?
When reassigning a task you should create a followup-task which allows you to monitor the reassigned task.
I have a paid for Connected subscription, Can I still reassign to anyone?
Yes, this subscription only affects how you can synchronize with the server, our webservice is still free to use for anyone.