New to nubiDO?   Make sure to read our Getting Started guide.  It's a quick read and will educate you on the core concepts of nubiDO and its structure.  Also, take a look at our FAQ and Tips and Tricks below as your question may have already been answered. If not, email us and we'll respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.

Is my data secure?

Absolutely! All communication between the various nubiDO client apps and the nubiDO server is encrypted over SSL. We don't pry on your data nor do we sell it to third parties. We take pride in our security and privacy policies and the trust that our customers place in us.

How do I upgrade to the Premium Edition?

Currently, an upgrade can only be performed from the nubiDO web app. To upgrade, navigate to the "Settings" view, click on "Account" and then "Purchase".

Will nubiDO work on my web browser?

nubiDO is an advanced HTML5 based cross-platform web app and makes use of numerous graphical features and animations. Though most modern web browsers should work, we highly recommend using Google Chrome (or other Chromium based browsers such as Brave, Vivaldi, etc..) or Mozilla Firefox as they generally offer the best performance and cross-platform compatibility.

Where do I find all of the filter query rules?

nubiDO has a sophisticated filtering mechanism with support for over 80 rules. See this release note for examples and a full list of query rules.

Use keyboard shortcuts to quickly action tasks

nubiDO has several useful keyboard shortcuts to help you work faster. See this release note for the full list of keyboard commands.

Automatically organize and clean up a task list

A very powerful feature, all task lists (with the exception of custom filtered task lists) contain a function that automatically organizes and cleans up the list.  Press the Auto-Organize button (see illustration below) and watch your task list automatically organize and clean itself up.  The Auto-Organize function is performed based on the following priorities:

  1. Overdue tasks
  2. Tasks due on the current day
  3. Tasks explicitly actioned as “Today”
  4. Tasks with a future due date
  5. Tasks that are active
  6. Completed tasks

Within each of the categories listed above, the Auto-Organize function also sorts tasks from High Priority, Low Effort to Low Priority, High Effort in decreasing order.

Auto-Organize Tasks

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