Filtering task list in Quick To-Do Pro

If you haven’t noticed yet, Quick To-Do Pro has powerful filtering capabilities and a number of ways to apply various filters, which can be used separately or in conjunction with each other. You can filter the task list: by project(s) by assignee(s) by due date either pre-defined (today, tomorrow, this week, etc.) or a custom …

Quick To-Do Pro under Windows Vista

As Windows Vista is becoming more popular these days, I need to make sure that Quick To-Do Pro is fully compatible with it. The bottom line is – Quick To-Do Pro works fine under Vista. All the functionality is there and it works. There are, however, few interface things that require fixing. The work is …

Useful shortcuts in Quick To-Do Pro

I like working with keyboard, sometimes it’s heaps faster than using mouse. That is why I put a great deal of thought into keyboard shortcuts when I was designing Quick To-Do Pro. Almost every function of the program can be activated using a keyboard shortcut. A comprehensive list of most important hot keys can be …

Choosing a different location for Quick To-Do Pro data

When Quick To-Do Pro is installed, it’s automatically configured for immediate work. This means it creates a sample database in the Application Data folder for the current Windows user and opens it. Full path of that location is C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR_USER_NAME_HERE\Application Data\Quick To-Do Pro However, Quick To-Do Pro doesn’t require data files to be located …

Managing notes with Quick To-Do Pro

Quick To-Do Pro has a strong focus on to-do list management, however it’s not limited to be just a to-do list organizer. I’ve just got an email from one of the new users of Quick To-Do Pro, Gennady Palitsky from New York, with a very interesting suggestion. Gennady wrote: I also wonder if it is …

Quick To-Do Pro 4.5 is out

I’m glad to announce a new release of Quick To-Do Pro. Version 4.5 contains a major usability improvement – toolbar buttons with options to filter by Project, Assignee, Deadline and Priority: Another good button is Autosize columns: It’s not visible on the toolbar by default, however you can always put it onto the toolbar by …

Backup in Quick To-Do Pro

It’s really important to keep a backup copy of important data. Task list is quite important, especially if you tend to forget things that are not in your task list (like me). Quick To-Do Pro allows backing data up by using menu File >> Backup data… This method works really well for making a backup …

Quick To-Do Pro 4.4 has been released

I’m happy to announce that Quick To-Do Pro 4.4 has just been released. There are quite a number of things that were improved. The main change is task list filtering – added filtering by priority and custom date range, re-organised program’s menu for usability and heaps of other improvements. Click here for the full list …

Moving tasks from one computer to another

Another frequent support question – what if I’ve bought a new computer and want to move my tasks to it? It can be achieved by backing up data on your old machine (menu File >> Backup data) and then restoring it on your new computer by calling menu File >> Restore data… Obviously, you need …

Changing date/time format in Quick To-Do Pro

I’m being asked from time to time about whether Quick To-Do Pro can display time in another format, because many people find US format MM/dd/yyyy quite unnatural. The answer is – YES. Moreover, Quick To-Do Pro always uses format the user prefers (i.e. specified in system settings). Localised versions of Windows (German, Russian, etc) set …