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Add priority field

dhaugen612 says:
I'm loving the "Add to RTM!" bookmarklet, but really wish there was a way to assign priority to items directly from the bookmarklet window, rather than having to go back to your Inbox.
Posted at 12:03am on January 21, 2011
andrewski (Remember The Milk) says:
dhaugen612,
Thanks for the feedback!
Posted 5 years ago
raymond.bergmark Power Poster says:
You could use the mobile site in your web browser (you have to log in once in a while) and then add a bookmarklet with the following code:

javascript:(function(){h='m.rememberthemilk.com';p='/add';if(window.getSelection){t=window.getSelection();}else%20if(document.getSelection){t=document.getSelection();}else%20if(document.selection){t=document.selection.createRange().text;};cp='http://'+h+p+'?name='+((null==t||t==""||t==undefined)?encodeURIComponent(document.title):t)+'&url='+encodeURIComponent(location.href);w=window.open(cp,'addwindow','status=no,toolbar=no,width=250,height=560,resizable=yes');setTimeout(function(){w.focus();},500);})();

- uses browser's current URL in the new task's URL field
- if you have selected text, uses that as the task name, otherwise it uses the Page Title
- let's you add all the meta info about a task (sorry, no notes)
Posted 5 years ago
greennick says:
Thanks Rajjan for the bookmarklet code.

I'd love to see the officially supported bookmarklet include some of these advanced features. Specifically, it would be great if it had a cleaner Quick Add functionality, and auto-included the URL (like Rajjan's version).
Posted 5 years ago
stoweboyd says:
Is it possible to include notes field in a bookmarklet editor?
Posted 4 years ago
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