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User-entered snooze period

I'd l ike to enter my own 'snooze' time on a reminder instead of choosing from dropdown. Examples: 2m = 2 minutes, 360m = 360 minutes, 4h = 4 hours, 72h = 72 hours, 3w = 3 weeks, 50w = 50 weeks, etc.

I have another little reminder program I use, and this is it's coolest feature. Would be great to have in TaskCoach too.

Thanks for consideration of this idea :-)

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  • AdminAaron Wolf (Admin, Task Coach) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Ok, so this request is still valid, it is not complete.

    One idea I have on how to implement this request:
    The snooze window could have just a dropdown for minutes/hours/days/weeks and a separate dropdown for numbers that could also be entered by typing.

    If this is done right, it would allow typing a number and then hitting tab to highlight the minutes/hours/days/weeks dropdown and then typing the first letter should automatically select the appropriate part of the dropdown menu.

  • rich zatorski commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'd actually like to see something similar: as part of your pulldown, have a custom snooze option. This should allow you to enter any date and time just as you do in the notification area for your snooze. If this is the only option in preferences, the reminder pop-up should only show this field instead of a pull-down list. I think that takes care of the originators request

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