Monday, September 29, 2008 by Emily Boyd
We're big fans of using commands to quickly add and interact with your tasks, so wanted to share these two cool new ways you can interact with RTM. (Both use the RTM API, so if you're feeling inspired, please feel free to hack on your own RTM command tool. :)
Mozilla Labs recently announced Ubiquity, a Firefox extension that allows you to interact with web services using natural language commands. Gary Hodgson has created a handy Ubiquity command that allows you to interact with RTM and add, view and complete your tasks. (If you have Ubiquity installed, just visit Gary's page and you'll be prompted to install the command.
FARR Remember The Milk Plugin (FarrRmilk)
Another cool tool, Philipp's FarrRmilk allows you to access your RTM tasks and lists using Find and Run Robot (FARR). Available for Windows, FARR is described as a "program for keyboard maniacs". FarrRmilk's features include filtering and sorting tasks, adding and editing tasks and notes, managing lists, viewing tags, and more.
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