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iPod Touch - Calender and calendar's to do list on iPod Touch?


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I know that the new updates allow you to create calendar events and such and sync them back to your computer, but I have a two part question in relation to calendar:

I manage my to do list color coded on my laptop, is this functionality possible on the ipod touch? Can I even view and modify my to do list on the ipod touch?

I also manage my calendar events on my laptop color coded, can I do this on the ipod touch? Create calendar events on the touch to their specific (color coded) purpose?

Thanks!

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ical is my go to GTD app. I use the calendar of course, and i have multiple lists. @N/A @Project (goals and plan in note area) @waiting and @future.

I get so annoyed at the line "the iphone/touch runs Mac OSX". No, it doesn't, if it did the calendar work work the same and itunes that has the same features as the desktop version.
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I guess I won't be getting an ipod touch then ...man, I really wanted one...

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I manage my to do list color coded on my laptop, is this functionality possible on the ipod touch?
No, there are no color settings on the IPT.

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Can I even view and modify my to do list on the ipod touch?
Yes. And it's not too shabby either.

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I also manage my calendar events on my laptop color coded, can I do this on the ipod touch? Create calendar events on the touch to their specific (color coded) purpose?
No, there are no color settings on the IPT.

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I get so annoyed at the line "the iphone/touch runs Mac OSX". No, it doesn't, if it did the calendar work work the same and itunes that has the same features as the desktop version.
That's a silly statment.
Yes, it does run OSX. iCal and iTunes are applications, not part of the operating system at all.

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No, there are no color settings on the IPT.


Yes. And it's not too shabby either.


No, there are no color settings on the IPT.

Sorry to resurrect this thread, but I'd like to know how to sync and view/edit my To Do list from my iCal to my iPod Touch. Thanks!
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Sorry to post in this ressurected thread, but how did Giulio get screenshots of his iPod, without using a camera?

Is there a Command, Alt + PrtScr on the IPT?
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