When you upgraded to the latest version of Any.do on your Android, you may have tapped ‘Skip’. Please go to the menu, then sync, then tap ‘Join Any.do’. Please enter your e-mail address and password. Then you can log in … More
If you find a bug in the app, please let us know right away so we can fix it as quickly as possible. Find details and platform-specific instructions below
The reason for this is that limitations apply to apps installed on the SD card by the Android operation system. One of those limitations is not being able to schedule alerts, which is a core feature for a successful To-Do … More
You can find how to use all of the app’s features on our Help Center. There, you can find articles organised by subjects, detailing how to take advantage of any and all of Any.do’s features! If you cannot find your answer simply … More
Events that are grayed out took place on past dates.
A recurring task is a task that returns on a specified interval every time it is completed. When you complete a recurring task, the next occurrence pops up. This means that what is popping up is not the same task, … More
Editing an event depends on the permissions on the associated calendar or event, for example if someone else invited you to the event or the calendar is read only.
Removing the Quick Add bar can be done easily within your settings. Find details and platform-specific instructions below
If you’re experiencing issues editing or deleting your events using the Android app, it may be due to an improper setup of your calendar(s). In order to fix this, please go to your native device’s calendar app => Manage Calendars … More
If your task order is not syncing across platforms, please log out and back into the app on all platforms. If it is still not syncing, please ‘Report a Bug’ through the app. Find details and platform-specific instructions below