Archive for the 'API Client Applications' Category


Thursday, April 20th, 2006

Do you use desktop calendaring applications that can read iCal-format calendar files? Then you’ll appreciate Scott Fleckenstein’s Voo2do2iCal, which provides iCalendar-format export for your Voo2do tasks. I’ve been planning to integrate iCal export into Voo2do, but haven’t gotten around to it; Scott’s API application works today. Enjoy! P.S. If you don’t use a desktop calendaring […]

Updated Voo2doTray Application

Friday, December 16th, 2005

Voo2do user Robbie Coleman has created an updated Voo2do Windows tray application based on Girish Bharadwaj’s original voo2dotray. This version can save your login information, and includes some bugfixes, notably one addressing the issue where refreshes would crash the program if you have and projects that contain no tasks. This application sits in your Windows […]

Moving your Outlook tasks into Voo2do

Friday, October 21st, 2005

Girish Bharadwaj has posted an Outlook macro that can automatically export your task list from Outlook into Voo2do and similar systems. If you’ve been an Outlook user, this is an easy way to try out some new systems. Now if only someone would write something that went the other direction: from Voo2do into Outlook! + rssfwd + voo2do

Friday, September 30th, 2005

Denis Perekhrest (of has invented a cool way to connect your bookmarks to Voo2do. He’s using RssFwd, a service that watches an RSS feed and sends you email whenever a new item is posted, and Voo2do’s new support for adding tasks via email. Very Web 2.0. The full article is at inforedesign and […]

Voo2doTray: A tray application for voo2do

Saturday, August 20th, 2005

My friend Girish has written an awesome Windows tray application for Voo2do. It sits in the corner of your screen and lets you easily add a task, browse tasks by project, and see tasks that are overdue or due today. It uses the Voo2do API. This program requires Windows and the .NET framework. It is […]