Sunday, March 13, 2011

My Interval is Bigger than Your Interval

One feature that's been a long time coming is custom intervals on repeating tasks. As of Todo Q v2.1.1, custom intervals on repeating tasks is supported. You can create a task that repeats every 3 day, 2 weeks, 4 months, etc. Another new repeating task feature is the ability to base the next task start date on the current completion date, instead of the original task start date. By default, the start date is used in the calculation.

Here's a shot of the new dialog on my stock droid.

Also added in a prior release is a new snooze dialog. This dialog appears when you click a notification in the status bar. Using this dialog you can set a snooze alarm, dismiss the alarm, or complete the task.

In the interest of keeping users informed, the release notes are now cumulative and outline the changes in each release back to v1.2.0.

Todo Q is only $1.99 on the android market. Give it a try.

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