[smartday] Re: "Sticky" category selection website <-> Mac

  • From: Michael Jardine <michael@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: smartday@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 25 May 2012 11:00:01 -0700

Hi Rob,

You can assign a Tag to any task, event or even as a default for any item in a 
Category. That's a quick and easy way for applying filters.


On May 24, 2012, at 6:52 AM, Rob Grace wrote:

> I've found the unchecking of categories very useful, to focus on home vs. 
> work tasks or different projects.
> One thing that would be even more helpful is to make these optionally 
> "non-sticky", such that the Mac app selection of active categories does not 
> affect the Web view.  
> On the web view, memory of disabled categories could be handled by browser 
> cookies.  Then, logging in from different browsers (home/office/lab) could 
> each have unique views of task lists with relevant (manually 
> context-sensitive) categories selected!
> Alternately, a "grouping" selection of categories by context could be 
> helpful, e.g. if I have several home-related categories and several 
> work-related.  A single tab or button to enable/disable each category set 
> ("HOME" "WORK") would then .enable/disable an entire set of categories with a 
> single click.
> Ultimately, I'd love to see the separate "home time" and "work time" ranges 
> that SmartTime had, so that I wouldn't have to constantly filter out evening 
> and weekend personal tasks from my workday.  (categories would be assigned to 
> one or the other time range)
> Great work so far!  Loving the app and website, nothing else like it
> -Rob

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