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  • Web & Smartphone Applications for Categorizing Tasks

    Currently, I'm using Microsoft Outlook to manage my tasks.

    I'll probably buy the Palm Pre when it is released. As a result, I need something to share my tasks between Outlook and the phone. I'm thinking a web-based app.

    Where I'm having difficulties is that I need the app to do the following:
    Allow me to assign multiple categories to the same task
    Sync with Outlook -OR- allow me to export to a CSV file.

    Any suggestions?

  • #2
    Originally posted by sweat View Post
    Currently, I'm using Microsoft Outlook to manage my tasks.

    I'll probably buy the Palm Pre when it is released. As a result, I need something to share my tasks between Outlook and the phone. I'm thinking a web-based app.

    Where I'm having difficulties is that I need the app to do the following:
    Allow me to assign multiple categories to the same task
    Sync with Outlook -OR- allow me to export to a CSV file.

    Any suggestions?
    Yes, move the whole thing to someday-maybe or tickler or whatever, and forget about it until the Pre comes out, reviews come in, and more is known. Then do R&D.

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    • #3
      CompanionLink announced they will have Pre-Outlook sync solution for stand alone Outlook users. The Pre supposedly will support Outlook exchange servers out of the box. Of course, this is all vapor-ware right now.

      http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...nc-939116.html

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      • #4
        Originally posted by notmuch View Post
        CompanionLink announced they will have Pre-Outlook sync solution for stand alone Outlook users. The Pre supposedly will support Outlook exchange servers out of the box. Of course, this is all vapor-ware right now.

        http://www.marketwire.com/press-rele...nc-939116.html
        I'm talking with Companionlink right now. They were really good about responding to my first email, and I'm not a customer, so that was a good sign.

        Thanks for suggestion.

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