Dec 12, 2012 As you probably know, in the MYN/1MTD task systems I recommend using either of two Task Servers: Outlook/Exchange and Toodle Do.
Each has its own advantages; and now you can access all the advantages by using both and keeping them synced using the software g Syncit.
Then in Part 2 I’ll follow with detailed g Syncit setup and use instructions.
Why Task Syncing is needed There are a lot of reasons to want to sync tasks between Toodle Do and Outlook. You see, Toodle Do offers more MYN/1MTD mobile solutions for tasks than Outlook does, so copying tasks to Toodle Do opens up many more mobile options.
The task change would never make it there since the PC in the middle is turned off! We keep a PC in the office with Outlook running all the time—we never shut it down, even when I am away.
Outlook without Exchange The first case to describe is the simplest one: using Outlook Exchange.
In this case you probably have a POP mail server like Yahoo, or have Hotmail, Gmail, or something similar.
Here’s how that looks in a diagram; notice that g Syncit is represented by the red arrow: The blue mobile devices box in the lower left represents devices with Toodle Do access.
For example a web browser on a tablet (or a Mac or PC) can do MYN/1MTD task management through Toodle Do.
The yellow mobile devices box in the lower right represents devices with an Exchange-based tasks app on them like I listed above.