Syncing with Toodledo
Before you can sync with Toodledo, you will need to create a free Toodledo account at http://www.toodledo.com. Once this is complete, please follow the following steps to sync Manage with Toodledo.
- Tap on the settings icon to open the settings popover
- Scroll down and select the 'Synchronize' option in the 'Syncing & Backup' section (It's at the bottom of the settings menu)
- Select the 'Toodledo Service' option under 'Account Details' to setup your account details
- Enter your Toodledo user name and password, and then tap on the save button to connect to Toodledo
- Assuming the connection is successful, you will be taken back to the 'Sync screen' where you can now select 'Sync with Toodledo'
The 'Toodledo Sync' will have the following options which are described in more detail below.
A full sync is where all data at one location is wiped and a complete sync is done. You are required to do a 'Full Sync' before you can run the 'Standard Sync' option.
Replace Local Tasks: A replace local tasks sync will automatically create a backup of your data first. It will then delete all your local data and replace it with a copy of your Toodledo tasks.
Replace Toodledo Tasks: A replace toodledo tasks sync will delete all your Toodledo tasks and replace them with your local 'Manage' tasks.
This is your standard sync that you can do with Toodledo whenever any data has changed on either Toodledo or Manage. All tasks are compared and the 'latest' copy is used in the case of any conflicts where a task has been changed on both Manage and Toodledo since the last sync. The only exception to this rule is lists (folders on Toodledo) where conflicts are resolved using the 'Conflict Priority' setting that can be found in 'Sync Settings'.
As of this help file, there are two settings that can be changed.
Auto Sync on Startup
Switching this on will automatically sync your data with Toodledo whenever Manage is restarted.
As there is no timestamps for folders in Toodledo, any conflicts must be resolved based on this setting. If the conflict priority is set to 'Local', then any folder/list naming conflicts are resolved using the Manage list name. The opposite is true when conflict priority is set to 'Toodledo'.