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Nagging To-Do List Notifications Are Yours With This Tasker Tutorial
We here on the XDA Portal team are well aware of the power of Tasker when in the right hands. In fact, we have covered some rather intricate tutorials with the software in the past. This time, XDA forum member monkey21stc presents another tutorial in order to maximize productivity by never forgetting our to-do lists.
Using this tutorial, you will be able to create nagging notifications that let you know of any outstanding items at a predefined interval. In the words of the tutorial writer:
I’ve been using todo.txt touch developed by Gina Trapani and one of its shortcomings would be the lack of reminders whenever a todo is being added. Therefore I have devised a method to have tasker notify you every 30minutes any outstanding todos in todo.txt.
If you’re already a Tasker user and you’ve been itching for some better reminder functionality, be sure to continue on to the tutorial thread!
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