rednimeR

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rednimeR

rednimeR - Limbo Hippo Software

rednimeR is designed to help you keep track of the things you have to do and to send you a reminder when the task is due.

Tasks are grouped into categories. You can choose which categories to show on the Task List Screen

Tasks can be broken up into steps. Each step can have its own due date, which is either a fixed date or a date relative to the task due date (a number of days, hours and minutes before or after the task due date). The step can be marked as completed when finished.

You could use this app to keep track of deadlines for work projects or homework assignments, to plan a wedding or even to help you cook the dinner!

Instructions

Task List screen

Showing and hiding categories

Adding a new category

Editing a category

Deleting a category

Settings screen

Adding a new task

Marking a task as complete

Editing a task

Deleting a task

Show/hide completed tasks

Displaying the steps in a task

Adding a step to a task

Setting a fixed date

Setting a relative date

Marking a step as complete

Editing a task step

Deleting a task step

Show/hide completed steps

Task List Screen

Task list

This lists all Tasks in due date order, grouped by category. Tasks in the default “No Category” are listed first.

Due dates in the past are displayed in red while those in the future are blue.

Each task consists of a series of steps (including a dummy task step). The number of steps still to be completed is shown on the Task List screen.

To see the steps for a task, tap on the task row to navigate to the Task Step screen.

Showing and hiding categories

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From the Task List screen, tap the Filter button. A list of categories is shown. The “No Category” item is listed first then other categories are listed in alphabetical order.

Tap a category row to toggle between showing and hiding the category. Navigate back to the Task List screen to show tasks in the selected categories.

Adding a new category

Add category

From the Task List screen, tap the Filter button (or from the add/edit Task List screen select the Category disclosure icon). A list of categories is shown.

Tap the + button and type in the new category name on the Add Category screen. The new category name cannot be blank and cannot match an existing category name.

Tap the Done button to return to the previous screen.

 

Editing a category

Edit category

From the Categories screen, tap the detail disclosure arrow for the category to be edited. The Edit Category screen will be shown.

Change the name of the category and tap Done to complete the operation. The new name cannot be blank and cannot match an existing category.

The “No Category” item is the default category and this cannot be edited.

Deleting a category

Delete category

From the Categories screen, swipe to delete an existing category. Any tasks which are assigned to this category will be moved to the “No Category” section.

The “No Category” item is the default category and this can not be deleted.

 

Settings Screen

Settings screen

This can be accessed by tapping the “Settings” button on the Task List Screen or the Task Steps screen.

Use the date picker to select a time (hours and minutes) and tap a “Set Time” button to store that time in one of the time shortcut buttons (used when choosing a due date for a task or task step).

 

Adding a new task

Add task

From the Task List screen, tap the + button. The Add Task screen will be shown.

Type in the task name. The task name cannot be blank.

If you want the application to send you a reminder when the task is due, move the Set Reminder switch to ON.

Set the task due date by tapping the disclosure arrow on the Due Date row. The task due date defaults to the current date and time.

Use the date picker or time shortcut buttons to set the due date and tap Done to return to the Add Task screen. If you have requested a reminder and the task due date is in the future, a local notification will appear at the requested date and time. This is set to the selected minute plus zero seconds. The selected task due date will now be shown.

A new task defaults to “No Category”. Tasks in “No Category” appear at the top of the task list. To change the category, tap the disclosure arrow on the Category row. Tap the row containing the desired category to change the task category. Categories can also be added, edited and deleted from this screen. A task can only belong to one category. Note that a new category is not shown in the Task List by default. (Showing and hiding categories)

 

Marking a task as complete

Mark task complete

A dummy task step item is added automatically to the Task Steps screen, which cannot be edited or deleted. This shows the task due date and description. To mark the task as complete, tap on this row. If the task is marked as complete before its due date, no reminder will be sent. The task can be marked as complete even if it has some incomplete steps.

 

Editing a task

Edit task

From the Task List screen, tap the detail disclosure item for the task. The task name, due date, whether a reminder should be sent and the category can be changed.

 

Set task date
The task due date can be changed.

 

Choose category
The task category can be changed.

 

Deleting a task

Delete task

From the Task List screen, swipe the row to delete a task. All the task’s steps will be deleted and no reminders for the task or its steps will be sent.

 

Show/hide completed tasks

Use the Show/Hide tasks button to display or hide tasks which are marked as completed.

 

Displaying the steps in a task

Show task steps

From the Task List screen, tap on the required task. The steps for that task are listed in due date order. A dummy task step shows the task due date and description. This cannot be edited or deleted.

 

Adding a step to a task

Add task step

To add a new step, tap the + button. The Add Task Step screen will be displayed. Type in a description for the task step. This cannot be blank. To set up a local notification, move the Set Reminder switch to ON.

The due date for the step defaults to the task due date. To set this, you can choose either a fixed date or a date relative to the task date.

If the “Set Reminder” switch is set to ON and the due date is in the future, a local notification alert will appear at the requested date and time. This is set to the selected minute plus zero seconds.

Setting a fixed date

Set fixed date

Tap on the “Set a fixed date” row and use the date picker or time shortcut buttons to select a fixed date. Tap the Done button to return to the Add Task Step screen. If the task due date changes, the date for the step will not change.

 

Setting a relative date

Set relative date

Tap on the “Set date relative to task date” row and use the days, hours and minutes picker wheel to set a date relative to the task date. Tap the Done button to return to the Add Task Step screen.

If the task due date changes, the date for the step will move along with it.

 

Marking a step as complete

Mark step complete

Tap on the task step to mark it as completed. Tap again to mark it as not completed. If a task step is marked as completed then no reminder will be sent.

 

Editing a task step

Edit step

Tap on the detail disclosure icon on the step to be edited. The step description, whether to send a reminder and due date (or) can be altered.

Tap the Done button to return to the list of steps in the task.

 

Deleting a task step

Delete task step

Swipe to show the delete button for a task step. If a step is deleted, no reminder will be sent.

 

Show/hide completed steps

Use the show/hide completed button to display or hide steps which are marked as complete within a task.

 

rednimeR Free

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rednimeR Free

This is the free version of rednimeR, which will allow a maximum of 3 tasks and 3 steps in each task. In the paid-for version of rednimeR, you are allowed unlimited tasks and steps and there are no ads.

 

Task List

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This is how the task list appears for the free version of rednimeR.

 

Task Steps

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This is how the task steps screen appears in the free version of rednimeR.