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Migrating from Toodledo

profbisson says:

Any suggestions on how I can migrate all of my data from Toodledo to RTM?

I was able to use the import email address but it is not very effective in recognizing the due dates in RTM.

Help!

Posted at 12:36am on April 10, 2008

ranbarton ProPower Poster says:

The only bulk import method that RTM accepts relies on the list import email address. This permits adding many tasks via 1 email, but no metadata with any of the tasks.

Ideally, you'd be able to take the Toodledo iCal file, parse it and generate one annotated task in RTM via email addition. This would require scripting of some sort, and is beyond me, alas.

Posted 6 years ago

aaronhh says:

You would think that helping people to import tasks from competing GTD applications would be an RTM priority.

Posted 6 years ago

ann13820 says:

Still nothing, huh? Now that that I can use RTM with my iPod touch OFFLINE!! (YAY), I want to dump toodledo , which is so inelegant in comparison. I doing the 15 day trial of the iPod app and trying to decide if it's worth the effort to move everything.... probably, but what a pain.

Posted 6 years ago

davidscottweaver says:

I just did the switch myself... I just had Toodledo open in one browser tab, RTM in another and copy pasted. I only had 110 tasks to enter that way (seems like a lot but I know power users have many more). I tell you though, I got really good at RTM's keyboard shortcuts!

Posted 6 years ago

nguyenw says:

I'm not sure if you guys found a way. I think the only way for bulk import is through email (import a list) - you would just have to make a new list in RTM:
https://www.rememberthemilk.com/services/email/

Scroll down to the "How to import a list via email" section.

Posted 4 years ago

macdonaldster says:

I would also use a bulk import feature to migrate.

Posted 2 years ago

macdonaldster says:

OK, I just spent a long time migrating all my stuff from ToodleDo. Doing it manually was not that bad. First, great chance to do some housekeeping of task cruft. Second, I learned the task entry short hand very quickly which made doing this easy.

Posted 2 years ago

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