[chandler-users] no obvious UI for "done" note?
ray at ganymede.org
Sun Mar 15 12:42:37 PDT 2009
On Mar 14, 2009, at 6:09 PM, Davor Cubranic wrote:
> Do you see the green "Now" or yellow "Later" rectangle in the detail
> view of the note (rightmost column)? Click in it and see it cycle
> -> "later" -> "done".
> You can't link notes yet, but everything else can be done in Chandler
> now. I'd suggest reading the Getting Started and other docs on the
I will look at more of the docs. Thanks.
By the way, both http://chandlerproject.org/Projects/GetStarted and http://chandlerproject.org/Projects/MoreChandlerBasics
describe the "Now/Later/Done" thing, but neither points out how the
UI works. There could be, for example, a tooltip on the button which
shows "Now/Later/Done". This would make the UI discoverable and more
I will look for the appropriate place to file this suggestion.
And maybe I can see how to help make note linking happen. It is, INHO,
truly crucial. I have implemented, as I am avoiding my to-do items, an
online web app for managing to-do items, and categorization of notes
via tags and linking of the notes was in version 0.1. But I would like
to use something like Chandler and stop hand-carving my own wheel.
thanx - ray
> On Sat, 14 Mar 2009, Ray Kiddy wrote:
>> I am seeing, from the docs, that Chandler is trying to address more
>> "subtle" or complicated to-do situations. But does it also address
>> simple ones?
>> I created a note of the form "do that thing you have to do". Later
>> when it was done, I looked for a "Done" button. I am not seeing it.
>> there some other idea here that I am missing?
>> I am hoping that I will be able to do the following things:
>> - create a note for a to-do and mark it as done or note done. A
>> "partially done" would be appreciated.
>> - link two to-do notes if one requires the other, or depends on the
>> other. It would be a plus if that relationship creates both a
>> on" and "is depended on by" side in the two notes.
>> - see to-do deadlines as calendar items. If this was automatic, it
>> would be wonderful.
>> I am sure I will find other things I want, but these are a start.
>> If Chandler actually does not address these, please let me know. I am
>> kind of assuming a PIM does do these things, but I may be missing
>> something in the UI. I have not read all the documentation. On the
>> other hand, some things should be obvious before one reads all the
>> documentation. If I would have to read all the documentation before I
>> do something simple, that says something to me.
>> Any questions or suggestions would be appreciated.
>> thanx - ray
>> chandler-users at osafoundation.org mailing list
>> unsubscribe here: http://lists.osafoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/chandler-users
>> Chandler wiki: http://chandlerproject.org/wikihome
More information about the chandler-users