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SecondaryMid: #db4
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TertiaryPale: #eee
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TertiaryMid: #999
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Error: #f88
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.popup {background:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryPale]]; color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryDark]]; border-left:1px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]]; border-top:1px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]]; border-right:2px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryDark]]; border-bottom:2px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryDark]];}
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.title {color:[[ColorPalette::SecondaryDark]];}
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.tagging, .tagged {border:1px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryPale]]; background-color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryPale]];}
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.footer {color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryLight]];}
.selected .footer {color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]];}

.sparkline {background:[[ColorPalette::PrimaryPale]]; border:0;}
.sparktick {background:[[ColorPalette::PrimaryDark]];}

.error, .errorButton {color:[[ColorPalette::Foreground]]; background:[[ColorPalette::Error]];}
.warning {color:[[ColorPalette::Foreground]]; background:[[ColorPalette::SecondaryPale]];}
.lowlight {background:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryLight]];}

.zoomer {background:none; color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]]; border:3px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]];}

.imageLink, #displayArea .imageLink {background:transparent;}

.annotation {background:[[ColorPalette::SecondaryLight]]; color:[[ColorPalette::Foreground]]; border:2px solid [[ColorPalette::SecondaryMid]];}

.viewer .listTitle {list-style-type:none; margin-left:-2em;}
.viewer .button {border:1px solid [[ColorPalette::SecondaryMid]];}
.viewer blockquote {border-left:3px solid [[ColorPalette::TertiaryDark]];}

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.viewer pre {border:1px solid [[ColorPalette::SecondaryLight]]; background:[[ColorPalette::SecondaryPale]];}
.viewer code {color:[[ColorPalette::SecondaryDark]];}
.viewer hr {border:0; border-top:dashed 1px [[ColorPalette::TertiaryDark]]; color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryDark]];}

.highlight, .marked {background:[[ColorPalette::SecondaryLight]];}

.editor input {border:1px solid [[ColorPalette::PrimaryMid]];}
.editor textarea {border:1px solid [[ColorPalette::PrimaryMid]]; width:100%;}
.editorFooter {color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]];}

#backstageArea {background:[[ColorPalette::Foreground]]; color:[[ColorPalette::TertiaryMid]];}
#backstageArea a {background:[[ColorPalette::Foreground]]; color:[[ColorPalette::Background]]; border:none;}
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#backstageCloak {background:[[ColorPalette::Foreground]]; opacity:0.6; filter:'alpha(opacity:60)';}
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.externalLink {text-decoration:underline;}

.indent {margin-left:3em;}
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.tiddlyLinkExisting {font-weight:bold;}
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/* the 'a' is required for IE, otherwise it renders the whole tiddler in bold */
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.toolbar {text-align:right; font-size:.9em;}

.tiddler {padding:1em 1em 0em 1em;}

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.title {font-size:1.6em; font-weight:bold;}

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.subtitle {font-size:1.1em;}

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.footer {font-size:.9em;}
.footer li {display:inline;}

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.zoomer div {padding:1em;}

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.whenBackstage {display:none;}
.backstageVisible .whenBackstage {display:block;}
StyleSheet for use when a translation requires any css style changes.
This StyleSheet can be used directly by languages such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean which need larger font sizes.
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#sidebarOptions {font-size:1.05em;}
#sidebarOptions a {font-style:normal;}
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.subtitle {font-size:0.8em;}
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@media print {
#mainMenu, #sidebar, #messageArea, .toolbar, #backstageButton, #backstageArea {display: none ! important;}
#displayArea {margin: 1em 1em 0em 1em;}
/* Fixes a feature in Firefox where print preview displays the noscript content */
noscript {display:none;}
<div class='header' macro='gradient vert [[ColorPalette::PrimaryLight]] [[ColorPalette::PrimaryMid]]'>
<div class='headerShadow'>
<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;
<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>
<div class='headerForeground'>
<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;
<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>
<div id='mainMenu' refresh='content' tiddler='MainMenu'></div>
<div id='sidebar'>
<div id='sidebarOptions' refresh='content' tiddler='SideBarOptions'></div>
<div id='sidebarTabs' refresh='content' force='true' tiddler='SideBarTabs'></div>
<div id='displayArea'>
<div id='messageArea'></div>
<div id='tiddlerDisplay'></div>
<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar [[ToolbarCommands::ViewToolbar]]'></div>
<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>
<div class='subtitle'><span macro='view modifier link'></span>, <span macro='view modified date'></span> (<span macro='message views.wikified.createdPrompt'></span> <span macro='view created date'></span>)</div>
<div class='tagging' macro='tagging'></div>
<div class='tagged' macro='tags'></div>
<div class='viewer' macro='view text wikified'></div>
<div class='tagClear'></div>
<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar [[ToolbarCommands::EditToolbar]]'></div>
<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit title'></div>
<div macro='annotations'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit text'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit tags'></div><div class='editorFooter'><span macro='message views.editor.tagPrompt'></span><span macro='tagChooser'></span></div>
To get started with this blank TiddlyWiki, you'll need to modify the following tiddlers:
* SiteTitle & SiteSubtitle: The title and subtitle of the site, as shown above (after saving, they will also appear in the browser title bar)
* MainMenu: The menu (usually on the left)
* DefaultTiddlers: Contains the names of the tiddlers that you want to appear when the TiddlyWiki is opened
You'll also need to enter your username for signing your edits: <<option txtUserName>>
These InterfaceOptions for customising TiddlyWiki are saved in your browser

Your username for signing your edits. Write it as a WikiWord (eg JoeBloggs)

<<option txtUserName>>
<<option chkSaveBackups>> SaveBackups
<<option chkAutoSave>> AutoSave
<<option chkRegExpSearch>> RegExpSearch
<<option chkCaseSensitiveSearch>> CaseSensitiveSearch
<<option chkAnimate>> EnableAnimations

Also see AdvancedOptions
Created by Nicolas Sivridis (c)2006-2008

You can email the author at ''nsivridis at gmail dot com'' for comments suggestions and additions to this document.

visit http://www.jello-dashboard.net for updates.

If you find the product useful you can consider making a [[Donation|Donations]]

[[Tiddlywiky|www.tiddlywiki.com]] is a creation of Jeremy Ruston.
<<tiddler [[Outlook folders availability]]>>
In every Item view or Outlook Folder view there is a combo box of actions that can be performed on the selected items.

|Mark as Done|For Tasks and mail items. Mark as completed.|
|Mark for Action|For Tasks and mail items. Mark for Next Action.|
|Make task from item(s)|Creates a new task and adds selected items as attachmments.|
|Move to Folder|Moves selected items to a user defined folder. If folder type is of different type (eg.Move a task item into a mail folder) an attachment is being created|
|Start/Stop task|Sets a task as started/not started|
|Change Priority|Toggles item's priority (high/normal)|
|Set/unset Flag|For mail items. Make it a flag item or remove it.|
|Send for Review|Moves selected item(s) to the user defined Review folder (if defined)|
|Send for Reference|Moves selected item(s) to the user defined Reference folder (if defined)|
|Delete|Deletes selected item(s) (move to deleted items)|
|Email item(s)|Creates a new email message with the selected item(s) as attachments|
|To Calendar|Creates an appointment for the selected item(s)|
|Add a Link|Creates links into the Links section for the selected items|
|Create here...|Under that item title you can select an item type to create (If you have disabled the setting to use only tasks)|

//Note: You can use [[shortcut keys|Keyboard shortcuts]] to perform most of those actions in jello list views. Shortcut keys are not working in Outlook views (like Inbox) due to object model limitations.//

//See Also:// [[Settings]]
Project Archiving allows you to mark a whole project as completed and keep it into a seperate list for reference.

You can archive a project only when all its tasks are completed, by clicking on the ''Archive'' button into the ''Manage Projects'' view. 

When you archive a project its name gets a trailing '~' and it gets stored into a seperate list. 
You can view your archived projects by clicking the ''Archive'' command on the [[Projects]] section of the sidebar.

From the Archive view you can checkout all the done tasks inside this project and if you have changed your mind you can restore it to its previous state by clicking on the ''Restore'' button.

You can delete an Archive by selecting it and clicking the delete toolbar button.

//note:// Do not use the ~ character for context and project naming. They cannot be imported.
//see also:// [[Managing]]
Into the Jello ''Calendar'' you can view your appointments (simple or recurring) and tasks with a due date.

There are 4 different views:
|!Day|for the current day|
|!Week|for the current week|
|!Month|for the current month|
|!Agenda|for 10 days by default (You can change this value from [[Settings]]|

In these views you can see the selected period's tasks and appointments with their due dates. Past due appointments are not shown by default and if there are any, a text link with the number of past due items is displayed under the top toolbar. Clicking it will display the past due items. You can control the default visibility of past due items by the [[Settings]] screen.

Every item has a checkbox so you can perform an action like in any other [[Item Views]].

You can also use the arrow buttons [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/action_back.gif]] and [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/action_forward.gif]] to navigate to the previous/next period of time.

Pressing the ''Refresh'' button refreshes the view.
Pressing the ''Go to Date'' button you will be asked for a date (in the format of mm/dd/yy) to display a day calendar view for that date.

''Important:''You can not mark as done appointments, and if you will perform an action on such an item //(eg Deletion)// the action is performed on the main instance of it and NOT it's specific occurence.

//''New:''// You can set the default startup view of Jello Calendar by visiting your [[Settings]] screen.

//Note:// If Jello Calendar does not suit you, you can always use the standard outlook calendar as default by visiting your [[Settings]] screen.

//See Also:// [[Item Views]]
Jello commands is a quick way to perform some tasks.
You input a command by using the command box located on the homepage, or by using the popup command box.
You can have access to the command box either by pressing the / or \ key anywhere into the dashboard (not into textboxes) or by clicking on the [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/link.gif]] icon next to the search box.

|?|for a list of available commands|
|+task,context|to add a task to a context|
|any string|to find a context, project or outlook folder|
|all|to get a full list of contexts, projects and outlook folders|
|\con|Manage contexts|
|\proj|Manage projects|
|\master|Master list|
|\flag|Flagged items|
|\recent|Recently edited|
|\unread|Unread items|
|\link|Outlook folders|
|\find string|Search for a string|
|\web|Manage Links|

*Note that if you type a string and a context/project/Outlook folder is performed if the search returns only one result jello will automaticaly navigate to that result.

//All jello commands start with a \ or a / character//
*[[Outlook Folders]]
*[[Header Menu]] and [[Sidebar]]
*[[Item Views]]
*[[Actions]] on items
*[[Other Views]]
*[[Manage Settings]]
*[[Outlook folders availability]]

*[[Moving to Jello]]
*[[Inbox management]]
A ''context'' is a way to categorize a task or any [[Outlook]] item.
Assigning tasks/items to contexts makes it easier to group them by a common attribute.

You can create a context by 
*clicking ''Create'' in the ''Contexts'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking the [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/context.gif]] icon in the ''Create'' section of the ''Homepage''.
*clicking on the ''Create'' button from the ''Manage'' action of the ''Contexts'' section of the sidebar.
*''Important:'' Please do not use these characters into your contexts because they create errors ( '': & , ^ ~ \ | / [ ] ; ''' )
Also you are not allowed to have a project with a same context name and vice versa.

You can access a context by 
*clicking on any context name in the ''Contexts'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking a context name from the ''Manage'' action from the ''Contexts'' section of the sidebar.

You can edit (rename or delete) a context by clicking on the ''Manage'' action from the ''Contexts'' section of the sidebar.

Alternatively you can manage contexts by clicking the ''Contexts'' icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hconx.gif]] from the ''Homepage''

You can transform a Context to a Project by clicking on the ''make Project'' button.

You can also add a ''Shortcut'' of a Context to Jello [[Homepage]]. On the ''Manage'' view from the ''Contexts'' section of the sidebar. Click on the shortcut icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/shcut.gif]] to toggle showing/not showing a shortcut at the [[Homepage]].

//Note:// When an item is assigned to a context, it gets a category as an [[Outlook]] Item. Alternatively, you can assign a context to a task by adding a context (if this context exists in your Jello context list) into the category field of a task or item.

''You can import contexts from existing Outlook categories or from Outlook folders (residing to a parent folder at the same level) using the import button from the Manage Contexts view''

''New for Outlook 2007 Users:'' You can have your contexts and projects updated into Outlook's category list by visiting your [[Settings]] screen. Mark that by default all changes to contexts and projects are reflected to Outlook category list.

//See Also:// [[Managing]], [[Item Views]]
From this screen you can set the number and types of widgets you want on your homepage, as well as its layout.

*''Widgets on screen'': Type the number of widgets you want on your homepage.
*''Dividing columns'': Type the number of columns you want your homepage to split into. 
*''Apply'' Button: Click to update screen with widget and columns number.
*''Save'' Button: Save changes and reloads the Homepage.

The Customize Home screen is divided in boxes. Each one represents a widget on your homepage. You can set the type for each widget using the widget type combo box.

!Available Widget Types
|!Widget Type|!Info|
|Today|Display tasks and appointments for current day|
|Week|Display tasks and appointments for current week|
|Inbox|Display your last received items from default inbox|
|Next Actions|Display your next actions|
|Review|Context specific items|
|Waiting for|Context specific items|
|Someday|Context specific items|
|Shortcuts|Display a special widget with new item and user defined shortcuts|
|Context/Project|Select any context or project to display|
|Outlook folder|Display the contents of an outlook folder|
|Outlook folder and view|Display the contents of an outlook folder using the standard outlook view inside the widget|
|Todo Items|Available for Outlook 2007 only. Display your Outlook to do list|

*For each list of items you can specify the maximum number of items displayed using the ''Maximum items'' text box.
*For outlook view widgets you can specify the maximum height of the widget.

Add widgets with caution. Although you can use any number of widgets you want, more widgets have negative impact on the homepage loading time.
Version 4 introduces a number of default contexts which are common to GTD. These contexts are:

#Next Actions (!Next)
#Waiting (@Waiting)
#Someday (Someday)
#Review (@Review)

You can change their default values into [[Settings]] (Folder-Category settings tab).
If you like Jello.Dashboard and you are enjoying using it you can donate using ''[[PayPal|https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_xclick&business=druqbar%40gmail%2ecom&item_name=Jello%2eDashboard&no_shipping=2&no_note=1&tax=0&currency_code=EUR&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF&charset=UTF%2d8]]''

Thank you!
!!When I run the dashboard into my Outlook folder i get errors and a message that it can't be run outside of Outlook. What is wrong?
Your Outlook version is 2000 or earlier. Early versions of Outlook does not support the scripting commands of Jello.Dashboard.

!!I'm facing problems using the dashboard in an exchange server environment
Unfortunately, the exchange server is not supported, because I don't have access to one and test the software. You can search the Dashboard support group at googlegroups to see some answers some guys posted.

!!I have tagged an email from my Sent Items (or any other) folder with @Home (or any) context and I cannot find it into the specific action list. What is wrong?
Probably the Sent Items folder had not been added into the Jello's [[Accessible Outlook Folders]] stock.

!!How can I uninstall the Dashboard? 
Except for the uninstaller (which is available from version 3.2 and removes jello files and program group), you must unset its webpage from your Outlook's folder home.
Right click on the folder in which the dashboard resides, click properties and go to the ''Home Page''. Then just click on the ''Restore Defaults'' button and you won't see the dashboard again!
There is nothing left out in your system except a journal entry under the name of ''<Jello.Dash Settings>'' which you can safely delete.

!!How can I report a bug?
You can of course email the author at ''nsivridis at gmail dot com'' but there is an automatic way to do it sending out your Outlook settings.
Go to Settings, click on Outlook version Info and then click on Send a bug report. A new email will be created ready to be send. Just write your problems and send (however do not erase the system generated info please!)
You can also use the blog comments at http://www.jello-dashboard.net or use the group http://groups.google.com/group/jelloDashboard

!!Is jello.Dashboard available to other languages?
Its available to some languages for the moment, but if you want to add a new language file you can do it yourself and share it. 

You can freely change the values of the lang.js file to create a file for different language.
Change only the text inside the quotes.
//var txtDelete="''Delete''";//

If you want to contribute with a language file for a language you can email me //(see [[About]])// to include it to jello's webpage for download.

!!Why the Action shortcut keys are not working in the inbox?
The shortcut keys are not working in any Outlook folder view. This is because the Outlook view control does not support keyboard events.

!!How can I create a backup of my settings?
Its an automated procedure now. See: [[Manage Settings]]

!!What is [[GTD]]? How can I find more info about it?
You can visit the original web site of David Alen co. http://www.gettingthingsdone.com

!!This Tiddlywiki thing is great! Can I use it too?
Yes. It's a wonderful free tool that you can use in many ways.
Visit Jeremy Ruston's original site for info. http://www.tiddlywiki.com

!!I love jello.Dashboard. How can I show you my love?
If you're a happy user you can report bugs and suggestions directly by email. I always have an open ear to the users. You can contribute a documentation article, write a post to your blog or make a [[donation|Donations]] to help this project grow and get hosted in its own domain!
The files installed in the [[Jello.Dashboard]] folder.

|jelloDash.html|The main html file. Link to this file as an Outlook folder's homepage|
|main.js|Javascript code file. Do not modify.|
|lang.js|Javascript code file with all the captions and descriptions. Edit this file to localize the Dashboard to other languages|
|style.css|Stylesheet code file. If you know about CSS you can modify|
|jelloDoc.html|This file|
|Readme.txt|Information about the files.|
|img folder|Folder containing icons used by the Jello.Dashboard.|
|install.hta|Utility to automatic set your Outlook homepage to Jello or remove it.|
|JelloDash.hta|The standalone version of jello dashboard|
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//more information: http:\/www.davidco.com // 
The header menu of the Jello Dashboard is always visible and contains some useful functions.

*''Date and Time'': Updates every second.
*''New Action'': Brings up the [[New Action]] popup screen. Shortcut key: ''Insert''
*''Check Mail'': Goes to your default Inbox (as defined in the [[Settings]] screen) and performs a Send/Receive.
*''Help'': Goes to this Document (for older Outlook versions) 
*Print Icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/print.gif]]: click to print the current view.
*Sidebar toggle Icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/sidebar.gif]]: click to show or hide the sidebar. Status of the sidebar is saved for next sessions.
*Reload Icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/refresh.gif]]: click to reload the whole Dashboard.
The new Jello Homepage introduced in version 4 is a customized set of widgets displaying all the important information to you at a glance.

You can use widgets to see your Shortcuts, Inbox, Calendar, a specific Context or Project, your Next Actions list, an Outlook folder's contents and even an Outlook folder into its standard Outlook view.

Each widget comes with two predefined buttons. One for ''refreshing'' its contents [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/widget.gif]] and one for ''adding'' new actions in it [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/widget-add.gif]]

You can edit the page to suit your needs using the [[Customize|Customize Home]] link at the top of the Homepage.

There is also the command-line box at the bottom so you can quick enter Jello [[Commands]].
The homepage light is a faster loading page for slower PCs.
No sidebar and no context lists are loaded. All the user can see is a link bar at the top, a command box and some links for creating items and accessing some views.

The command box is a new addition. Using it you can search for contexts and projects, and you can create a task just by entering a command.

if you type:
''+A test task,@Home''
A task will be created with the title //A test task// and assigned to the context ''@Home''

if you type:
All contexts and projects matching this word will be appeared. If you wish to work with one of the resulting contexts or projects you just click on one.

if you type:
''all'' or ''*''
A list with all the contexts and projects will be returned.

For more information check out [[Commands]]

//You can test it and suggest other stuff you would like to have on such a page.//
Now you can fully manage you inbox with [[Jello.Dashboard]].

There is an auto-created outlook folder for ''Inbox'' when you run Jello for the first time. When you click on it you will be viewing your inbox from inside the Dashboard.
If the auto-created Inbox folder is not your mail delivery folder, you can create a new Outlook folder from the ''Manage'' command on the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar. 
//see// [[Outlook Folders]]

!The Inbox (or any other email folder) View
The first thing you see is a box containing all of your items currently into your inbox.
You can select them, drag them and right click onto them like you used to do in Outlook normal views.
On the screen header there is an ''Actions'' combo box. You can select and apply any action on the selected items.
There is also a ''Set View'' combo box which allows you to switch to any pre-defined Outlook view for that folder.
Next to them there is a ''Check mail'' button. Click on it to transfer your new mail into your inbox.

Now that your mail has been delivered you can use the footer actions to file them as you wish for future reference and action.

You can select some mail items and assign them to a context or project from the ''Assign/Remove selection'' combo box. If the mail items already have the selected context or project it will be removed from them.
But wouldn't it be nice to have the items tagged with a specific context or project transferred to a specific folder? If you think so, you can create a folder somewhere where you will keep your tagged emails. Then go to your ''Context management'' view and press the folder icon of the context you are interested in.
Let's say I want all the items I tag with the context @waiting to be transferred to the folder I created named WaitingForAction.
I push the folder icon next to the @waiting context and I assign the folder.
Now back to our inbox!
Where are those waiting items? There they are. I select them all and I assign them to the @waiting context. Click!
Oops where did they go?
At the WaitingForAction folder. Remember? As soon as I assigned the context the disappeared from my inbox leaving me the choice to review them later.
This is very nice, you will say, but I want all the tagged emails move to a specific folder. Let's say my review folder.
Jello can do that too.
You can go again to your ''context management'' view. Look down the footer. There is a messsage says: ''Default Context Folder: [None]''. That means when you assign an email to a context without a transfer folder the email is tagged but not going anywhere.
You can change that by clicking on the ''[None]'' link and select a folder. 
Now all of the tagged emails go to your reference folder, except for the tag @waiting which goes to its own folder.

You can assign with the same way folders to every or all projects.
Now if you change your mind about the default folder you can click on the ''[Clear]'' link to reset it.

You can also move the footer buttons of the inbox view to perform some other actions to your emails like flag, move, reply, forward and if some email needs to be an appointment or task you can use the ''toTask'' and ''toCalendar'' buttons!

That wasn't so hard after all. Was it?

//see also:// [[Outlook Folders]]
Installing [[Jello.Dashboard]] is very easy.
If your download is a zip file, unzip it to any folder of your choice (remember to use folder names so the ''\img'' folder for the icons will be created) and choose a folder from your [[Outlook]] local PST file.

If you want to replace the build-in Outlook home, select the Outlook root folder (Outlook today).

*Right click on the desired folder and choose ''Properties''.
*Select the ''Home Page'' page
*Click the ''Browse...'' button and find the folder you previously installed the [Jello.Dashboard]] and point ''jelloDash.htm'' file.
*Check the ''Show home page by default for this folder''.
*Click ''OK'' to save changes

That's all!

//Alternatively, you can run the ''install.hta'' application which will help you install the Dashboard into a desirable outlook folder.

//Note :// For the Dashboard to work a settings file will be created into your ''Journal'' folder under the name ''<Jello.Dash Settings>''. Do not delete this journal entry because it contains your settings and will have to be created again.

Of course you can safely remove this journal entry in case you don't want to use [[Jello.Dashboard]] anymore.
Item view is any list created from the [[Jello.Dashboard]] to display a set of Outlook items.

Item rows contain several elements depending of the view and the item type.

|Priority Indicator|A coloured box (red:high priority/gray:low priority) providing priority information. Items with normal priority don't have this|
|Icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/task.gif]]|Displays an icon showing the item type. Hover your mousepointer to view the ''location'' in which the item resides.|
|Checkbox|Use this to select one or more items to perform an action. //see [[Actions]]//|
|Creation Date|Date in which the item was created. (This column is not shown by default. //see [[Settings]]//)|
|Item Name|Name of the item. Click to edit using the [[Outlook]] standard item entry form|
|Manage Context [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/mngc.gif]]|Click this icon to assign contexts/projects for an item|
|Date|If the item is a Task or an Appointment its due date is displayed. Hover your mousepointer to view the exact time|
|Location|Show location if the Item is an Appointment and has a location assigned to it.|
|Time|If the item is a Task or an Appointment its exact time is displayed. For all day events an All Day label will be displayed.|
|Context/Project list|Display a context/project list that this item is assigned to. Current list's context/project is not displayed. Outlook categories not in jello appear in gray|
|Next Action [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/nonext.gif]]|If item is a task click this icon to toggle Next Action on/off|
|Complete [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/check.gif]]|Click this icon to mark an item as completed. You can set completed a task or a mail item.|
|Contact icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/link.gif]]|Displays an icon if corresponding item has a link with another Outlook item|
|Note icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/notes.gif]]|Displays an icon if corresponding item has text in its body and you have this setting activated. //see [[Settings]]//|
|Flag icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/flag.gif]]|For flagged email items|
|Attachment icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/attach.gif]]|For email items containing attachments|
Some item view which may contain a large number of items are seperated with pages. In that case you can use the list footer buttons ''Previous/Next'' to navigate through pages.

At the screen footer there are two combo boxes. 
*''Filter'' shows only the selected context's items in case there are more than one contexts assigned to items.
*''Assign/Remove selection'' adds a context/project to the selected items. If the selected context/project exist in the item(s) it is removed (when the checkbox ''Move'') is unchecked.
*If the checkbox ''Move'' is checked then the assigned context replaces all existing ones. If a project exists within the item tags it is preserved by default (you can change this behaviour from the [[Settings]] screen).
* For lists split into many pages a ''Show all'' link is displayed. Clicking it will cancel the list paging and display all items into a single list.
* ''Sort On'' sorts the active list by Subject, Due Date, Context/Project Creation Date or Priority. The last sort order is saved so next list will use the same sort method.

//See Also: // [[Actions]] on selected items.
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A freeware utility, build with javascript and HTML for applying [[GTD]] into [[Outlook]].

Jello.Dashboard is used as a homepage of any [[Outlook]] folder taking advantage of its build-in web page rendering.

It was developed by Nicolas Sivridis at 2006-8.
Current project web page and blog : http://www.jello-dashboard.net
And a newly founded google group: http://groups.google.com/group/jelloDashboard
|c|Create context|anywhere|
|p|Create project|anywhere|
|ins|New Action popup|anywhere|
|Ctrl+a|Next Actions|anywhere|
|Ctrl+w|Waiting for|anywhere|
|Ctrl+s|Not Started|anywhere|
|s|Refresh View|item views|
|n|New task in context/project|item views|
|d|Mark selected items as done|item views|
|a|Mark selected items for Next Action|item views|
|m|Move selected items to folder|item views|
|f|Flag selected items/unflagged if flagged|item views|
|x|Delete item|
|o|Make Tasks from items|
|l|To Calendar|
|y|Change Priority|
|i|Add a Link|
|y|Toggle item priority|
|r|Move selected items to @Review folder|item views|
|e|Move selected items to @Reference folder|item views|
|j|Move to next page of list|
|k|Move to previous page of list|
|/ \|Popup command box|anywhere|
|Ctrl+q|Qick Popup help|anywhere|
There are some alternative language files available in the \lang folder. You can set them using the [[Settings]] screen.

!The language files avaiable are:
* ''Cesky'' by pavel vodicka
* ''German'' by Adrian Stadelmann / Reimund / jgo.biz 
* ''Spanish'' by jomaweb
* ''Dutch'' by kebas
* ''Chinese'' by Chow Anderson
* ''Russian'' by Kiselev Mikhail
* ''Polish'' by szuwi
* ''French'' by Emmanuel Rémond
* ''Brazilian/Portuguese'' (not finalized yet)
Thanks to those guys for their efforts!
Starting from version 3.0 you can add some links that you're visiting every day, and view them from inside the Dashboard. This links can be weblinks or links to outlook items.

Just go on the ''Tools'' section of your sidebar and click on ''Links''.
Click on the ''Add Web Link'' button to insert a new link to a web page. You will be prompted for the URL address and title by two subsequent dialog boxes. After inserting all of the required information a new Web link will be added to the list.
Clicking on it, an internal window will display the web page.

Links to Outlook items can be added from the ''Add a Link'' action of any view with an Actions combo box.

*To delete a link, just click on its checkbox to select it and then click the ''Delete'' button.
*To edit a link, click on its checkbox to select it and then click the ''Edit'' button.
*To add a link as a shortcut, just click on the [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/shcut.gif]] icon at the right side of the link.

*It's better to use unique names for your links because they being managed from code by name.
*You can also add file links using the file:// notation// (not supported for Outlook 2007)
''Remember to back up your settings before using these functions (Settings\Backup)''

In this popup screen you can manage all your stored setting entries.

In the combo box you will find the main @@<Jello.Dash settings>@@ entry which is marked with red color, and all the backups you have made.

*Selecting a settings entry the big text box below will show you (editable) the every setting string available into the selected entry. 
*Clicking on the ''Restore'' button you make the selected entry the main settings entry and the dashboard will reload with the new settings. 
*Click on the ''Save'' button to save changes you've made into the textbox for an entry.
*Click on the ''Rename'' button to rename the title of the settings entry.
*Click on the ''Delete'' button to delete the selected entry. Default settings entry cannot be deleted.

//Note :// ''Use this with caution!''
The ''Manage'' view is common for all the jello custom object types: Contexts, Projects and Outlook Folders.

Every item has a checkbox at the left of its name. You can select any number of items to perform a ''Delete'' or a ''Rename'' action.

You can click on the ''Create'' button on any object list to create an item of the specific type.

!For ''Contexts'' you can use: 
*the ''Import'' button to get all existing categories from Outlook items or from Outlook child folders and create them as Contexts. Note that previously coverted projects to the new format will be imported as contexts.
*the ''Make Project'' button to convert an existing context to Project. Use this if you imported your Outlook categories and you want some of them to be projects.
*the Folder icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/folder.gif]] to assign a mail folder to move email items which have a context.
*the Clear icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/Mng.gif]] to remove the assignment to a mail folder from a context.
*the [[Properties]] icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/notes.gif]] to add description for the context.
*If you tag an email with a context which has not a folder assignment it will be transfered to the default assignment folder for contexts. You can set it at the bottom of the manage contexts view

!For ''Projects'' you can use:
*the ''Get from items'' button to get all created projects for the previous version of Jello. Alternatively you can import any Outlook Folder's entries as projects.
*the ''make Context'' button to convert an existing project to Context.
*the ''Archive'' button to archive a completed project. You can then use the [[Archive Projects]] view from the sidebar to manage those projects
*the ''Copy'' button to duplicate a project with its tasks.
*the Folder icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/folder.gif]] to assign a mail folder to move email items which have a project.
*the Clear icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/Mng.gif]] to remove the assignment to a mail folder from a project
*the [[Properties]] icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/notes.gif]] to add description for the project and set the default context for newly created tasks into that project.
*If you tag an email with a project which has not a folder assignment it will be transfered to the default assignment folder for projects. You can set it at the bottom of the manage projects view
For ''[[Outlook Folders]], Projects and Contexts'' you can use the shortcut icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/shcut.gif]] next to any entry to toggle showing/hiding Outlook folders on the Jello [[Homepage]]

*//New for version 4:// If your Jello contexts and projects list contains invalid characters, those entries will appear without a link in this view. You have the choice to ''fix'' these entries by pressing the ''fix button'' [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/remind.gif]] in front of each entry.
Master list is a way of viewing the complete list of all your tasks and projects as well as your upcoming agenda.

In this view you can click on an item's description to open it in a standard Outlook form editor. Items marked as ''Next Actions'' are appearing in bold.

You can also use the items' checkboxes to perform [[Actions]] on selected items as for any other item view.

*Click on the minus button [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/collapse.gif]] (at the right of collapsable sections) to hide it.

*Click on the Manage button of the toolbar [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/page_edit.gif]] to bring up the Masterlist settings where you can change the masterlist's behaviour.
|Dividing Columns|Number of columns the masterlist is divided|
|Include calendar|Type of calendar to be included in the list (None/Day/Week/Agenda)|
|Show only Next Actions|Check this to see only the next actions in each section|
|Show Unassigned (orphan) Tasks|Check this to view tasks not assigned to a context or project in a separate section|
|Show Task controls|Check this to have next action and complete buttons next to each action|
|Show Action Icons|Check this to have an icon for each action|
|Blank lines at each section|You can enter here the number of blank lines for each section for writing new info into printouts|
|Next Actions in separate section|Check this to have all next actions in a section of their own|
*If you want to email your master list you can click the ''Email'' button. A new email will be created for you to send.
*Click the ''Print'' button to print a copy of your Master list.

//''Note'': Contexts or Projects marked as private will not appear in Masterlist//
Jello is not just an outlook today page. 
Its a simple system which using the Outlook object model and data presents the information under a simpler GTD way.

The power of GTD is contexts and projects. But since its the first time using this application you don't know what to do!

The first thing you need to do is to create some contexts. You can do that by clicking on the ''create'' action of the ''Contexts'' section on the sidebar. 
If you already have categories into your tasks the process is even easier. Click on the ''Manage'' action of the ''Contexts'' section on the sidebar and then click the Import button. You can import every category, or just your task categories. Your choice.

Take a look at your sidebar. It is now filled with contexts.
Click on any of them.
You will see a list of items that were previously categorized under that outlook category which is now a context.
See? Your tasks are there and are the same you used to have in Outlook. 
Clicking on an item will popup the standard Outlook form, so you can edit it like you used to.
Need to create another task? Press the ''New Task Here'' button (or the n key on your keyboard) and a new task form pops out with your context into its category field.
Enter text, save and close and press the ''refresh'' button (or the s key on your keyboard).
Now every item has a checkbox on its left. When you click it you select the item. You can select multiple items and perform actions to them using the ''Actions'' combo box.
If you want to mark your task as completed, click on the checkmark icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/check.gif]] on the right side of the line.

Now if you need projects, you can create as many as you want by clicking the ''create'' button from the ''projects' section of the sidebar or use the ''p'' key of your keyboard.
Alternatively you can transform an existing context to a project from the ''manage context'' view.
The New Action popup is a quick way to enter one or more tasks.
You can bring it on by pressing the New Action link at the Jello Dashboard header menu.

Each line you enter inside the Action big text box (and separate each line by pressing return/enter) is a new task.

You can enter any context or project you want your new tasks to be bound to, or select from the context/project combo box.

Press the ''Save'' button to create tasks.

//Note:// You can also bring up this popup by pressing the ''insert'' key anywhere inside Jello.
The ''Old Jello Homepage'' is the previous version's Homepage of [[Jello.Dashboard]] and replaced by the new [[Homepage]] in version 4.

//You can still use the old Homepage by changing the Dashboard's startup behaviour throught the [[Settings]] screen.//

Version 2.55 indroduced the [[Homepage Light]]

Here you can find all the information you need at a glance for your start of the day.

|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hcal.gif]] Today|Opens the calendar for the day.|
|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hact.gif]] Next Actions|Opens the Next Actions view|
|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hrev.gif]] @Review|Opens the Outlook folder that was set as Review folder|
|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hconx.gif]] Contexts|Opens the manage contexts view|
|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hproj.gif]] Projects|Opens the manage projects view|
|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hset.gif]] Settings|Opens the jello [[Settings]] view|
|[img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/shcut.gif]] Shortcuts|This section shows all the context/project/Outlook folder shortcuts created|
|Create|In this section you can create any type of Outlook item as well as contexts, projects|

If you have a slower PC and you cannot wait until the Homepage is painted you can disable it or startup with a lighter version. You can set this in the [[Settings]] page.
There are some other views into [[Jello.Dashboard]] which will help you with your organization of items.

*''Next Actions'': Show all tasks marked for next action (useful for weekly reviews).
*''No Context and No Project'': Show Tasks with no context or project assigned to them.
*''Flagged Items'': Show all items marked as flagged in all accessible outlook folders.
*''Recently Edited Tasks'': Show Tasks or All item types modified today, yesterday or in the last 7 days.
*[[Masterlist]]: Show and print-out all your tasks and appointments to go.
Microsoft's email client and organizer.

You can use [[Jello.Dashboard]] only with the new versions of Outlook (XP and higher).

It is recommended that you use [[Jello.Dashboard]] with local PST files and not in an Exchange server because of unexpected behaviour.
This is a way of viewing the contents of your favorite Outlook folders from inside [[Jello.Dashboard]].

You can create an ''Outlook Folder'' by 
*clicking ''Create'' in the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking on the ''Create'' button from the ''Manage'' action of the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar.
*You can also add an Outlook ''search folder'' in Outlook 2007, by clicking on the ''Add [[Search Folder]]'' button.

You can access an Outlook Folder by 
*clicking on any Folder name in the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking an Outlook Folder name from the ''Manage'' action in the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking on a created ''Shortcut'' for the specific folder from the [[Homepage]]

You can delete an Outlook Folder by clicking on the ''Manage'' action from the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar.

You can also add a ''Shortcut'' of an Outlook Folder to Jello [[Homepage]]. On the ''Manage'' view from the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar. Click on the shortcut icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/shcut.gif]] to toggle showing/not showing a shortcut at the [[Homepage]].

!!Outlook Folder View
In this view you can use the standard Outlook context menu for any item.
You can use the ''Set View'' combo box to set any standard Outlook folder view created for that folder.
You can also apply [[Actions]] selecting one or multiple items from the view.

Also if you have set a Reference or Review folder and the folder you are viewing is a mail folder you can use the @Reference and @Review buttons to send selected items to the defined folders.

//note:// in Outlook versions supporting the preview pane a ''Show/hide preview'' button will be shown at the top. Click to toggle the visibility preview pane.

''Actions for mail folders''
*Assign a context or project using the ''Assign/Remove selection'' combo. This will tag and transfer selected email messages to previously set context or project folders. //see// [[Managing]]
//note: If you are using ''tasks'' only and you tag an email message, a new task with the message as an attachment will be created.
*Move selected items to any folder of your choice.
*Flag/Unflag selected items
*Reply to selected email(s) and Forward
*Create a Task out of the selected email
*Create an Appointment out of the selected email
You can control the folders used by the Jello.Dashboard by using the ''[[Accessible Outlook Folders]]'' link at the bottom of the sidebar, or from the [[Settings]] screen, clicking on the ''Outlook folders'' button.

In the Folders management screen you will see a list of all the Outlook folders used by the Dashboard as well as the count of contained items.

Your Outlook profile's default folders //(Inbox, Tasks, Contacts, Appointments and Notes)//, are added by default and you cannot remove them.

*To Add a folder into the folder stock of Jello, just press the ''Add Folder'' Button and select the folder to be added.
*To exclude a folder from Jello.Dashboard just click on the check box at the left of its name and click the ''Remove Folder'' button. 

*There is a section at the bottom called ''Context and Project related folders not in the watch list''. This section contains folders which are used for auto-storing items assigned to contexts and projects and they are NOT into the Jello watch list. You can easily add folders from this section by pressing the ''Add Folder'' link.

//Note//: Keep this list to the minimum for better performance.

''@@[email protected]@''
Jello will only look for items into these folders. Meaning that, if you have an email into your ''Sent items'' and tag it with the @@@[email protected]@ context, do not expect to see it into your Waiting list if your ''Sent items'' folder is not accessible by Jello. So here is the place you must add a folder to be searched by Jello.
A ''project'' is another way to categorize a task or any [[Outlook]] item.
Assigning tasks/items to projects helps organizing tasks for achieving a goal which requires many steps to be taken.

You can create a project by 
*clicking ''Create'' in the ''Projects'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking the [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/project.gif]] icon in the ''Create'' section of the ''Homepage''.
*clicking on the ''Create'' button from the ''Manage'' action of the ''Projects'' section of the sidebar.
*''Important:'' Please do not use these characters into your projects because they create errors ( '': , & ^ ~ \ | / ; ''' )
Also you are not allowed to have a context with a same project name and vice versa.

You can access a project by 
*clicking on any project name in the ''Projects'' section of the sidebar.
*clicking a project name from the ''Manage'' action from the ''Projects'' section of the sidebar.

You can edit (rename or delete) a project by clicking on the ''Manage'' action from the ''Projects'' section of the sidebar.

You can also add a ''Shortcut'' of a Project to Jello [[Homepage]]. On the ''Manage'' view from the ''Projects'' section of the sidebar. Click on the shortcut icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/shcut.gif]] to toggle showing/not showing a shortcut at the [[Homepage]].

Alternatively you can manage projects by clicking the ''Projects'' icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/hproj.gif]] from the ''Homepage''

*You can transform a Project to a context by clicking on the ''make Context'' button.
*You can duplicate a project with all its tasks using the ''Copy'' button in the project management screen.

''You can import projects from Outlook items (if they existing in an Outlook folder) using the ''import'' button from the Manage projects view.'' Using this you can import outlook items of a folder as projects, or a folder's subfolders as projects.

''New for Outlook 2007 Users:'' You can have your contexts and projects updated into Outlook's category list by visiting your [[Settings]] screen. Mark that by default all changes to contexts and projects are reflected to Outlook category list.

//Note:// When an item is assigned to a project, it gets a category as an [[Outlook]] Item. Alternatively, you can assign a project to a task by adding a project (if it exists in your Jello project list) into the category field of a task or item. 

//See Also:// [[Managing]], [[Item Views]], [[Archive Projects]]
In this screen you can customize some properties of your selected context or project.
You get access to it from the properties icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/notes.gif]] available next to contexts and projects from the [[Manage|Managing]] view.

*''Description'': Fill this field information or notes about the specific context or project
*''Default Context'' (for projects only): Fill this field to set one or more default contexts (seperated by commas) for the specific project. After that, items created from inside that project will get these contexts by default.
*''Private'': Check this checkbox if you want to mark the selected context/project as private. When private, tasks created inside them will be private. Also private contexts and projects will not appear into the [[Masterlist]].

//''Note:'' For defaults to work according to those properties, all new tasks must be created from within jello and into the specific context/project's view.//

*If you need to set properties for [[Default System Contexts]] like //@Waiting, @Review and Someday// you can create contexts with those names and set their properties. For defining these contexts see: [[Settings]]
In Outlook 2007 there is support for search folders.
If you use Outlook 2007 and Jello, you can add a search folder by clicking on the ''Manage'' function on the ''Outlook Folders'' section of the sidebar. Then click the ''Add Search Folder'' button and a popup will appear showing all the search folders into your Outlook PST file.
Click on the desired folder and it will be added to your Outlook folders list.

You can access its contents just like a normal Outlook folder from the sidebar, or by creating a homepage link.
In [[Jello.Dashboard]] you can search for any type of Outlook item in all the folders added into your folder stock via the [[Accessible folders|Outlook folders availability]] screen.

Just go to the text box on the top right corner of the Dashboard screen and enter some characters. You will be presented with all the items matching the string you entered.

//Note:// The query is based on the item's subject.
In this page wou can control many of [Jello.Dashboard]] features.

*You can change the values of the sattings and press the ''Save'' button.
*If you face problems loading the [[Jello.Dashboard]] or you want to revert to the original settings you can press the ''Reset'' button. 
Note that doing that you will lose all your contexts and projects names but not your Tasks or other Outlook items.

*To get a backup of your settings click the ''Backup'' button.
*To manage setting entries and restore backups click the ''Manage'' button.
//See Also:// [[Manage Settings]]

*If you are having problems loading the dashboard due to inproper context/project namings click on the ''Fix Contexts'' button.
*To manage the availability of Outlook folders in the Dashboard click on the ''Outlook folders'' button. //see [[Outlook folders availability]]//

|!''Interface Settings''|!|
|Version|Displays the Dashboard current version|
|Application Title|Text to be shown as Title for your jello.Dashboard|
|Startup with|Choose what to show for [[Homepage]] on startup. Choices are: Jello Home, Home light (for faster startup),Old Jello Home, Inbox, Masterlist, Sidebar only and Next Actions list|
|Hide Past due items on Calendars|Click this to have past due items hidden by default on calendars and calendar widgets|
|Context Counters|Check this to show an item counter for each context. //Uneck for faster performance//|
|Project Counters|Check this to show an item counter for each project. //Uncheck for faster performance//|
|Action Item max.display length|Enter here the maximum number of characters that will be shown for an action item on lists (default is 50)|
|Sidebar Main Counter|Check this if you want a counter displayed near each main sidebar entry (top section)|
|Outlook folders item counter|Check to show item counters next to each folder name in Outlook folder managing screen|
|Show item's contexts in one line|Check to show context list of an item in [[Item Views]] on a single line|
|Show one-line Contexts/Projects on Sidebar|Check this to show each context and project on a seperate line on sidebar|
|Sidebar Context and project list using|Select how the context list will be showed on the sidebar. As Links (default) or as combo box|
|Sidebar Item Display Length (in characters)|Number of characters to display for context and project names on the sidebar. Longer names are truncated to dots|
|Sidebar on the left|Check to display the sidebar on the left side of the screen|
|Sidebar size (percentage)|Set the desired width of the sidebar in percentage (22% is the default)|
|Sidebar scrolling separately|Check this to scroll sidebar separately from the rest of the screen|
|Interface Language|Select one of the languages of the interface captions.|
|Open web links in a new window|Check this to open all weblinks in a new window (unfortunately modal but its the only way)|
|Sidebar startup expand sections|Check the sections you want to be expanded (and loaded) at startup. Hide sections for faster startup times|

|!''Application settings''|!|
|Use Only Tasks in Contexts/Use Only Tasks in Projects|Check this if you want to use ''only'' tasks into contexts or projects. //Check for faster performance//|
|Calendar Type|Select here if you want to use the Jello calendar by default or the standard Outlook's Calendar view|
|Default Jello Calendar View|Select the default view in which jello calendar loads|
|List Page Size|Number of items in each [[Item Views]] page|
|Default New Task Status|You can set here the default status for newly created tasks. If you don't use not started items into your workflow select ''In progress''|
|Always show not started tasks|Check this to have not started tasks always shown on lists|
|Keep Projects when Moving between contexts via Assign combo|If this option is checked and an action is moved from one context to another through the Assign to combo, the project (if one is assigned) is preserved)|
|Sort Action Items by Status first|Check this to sort all items first by status and then by the selected sort order|
|Show Item Notes indicator/Mail body on hover|Check this if you want an icon to be shown for items having text in their main body and item's body when hovering over an outlook item (may cause security alert)|
|Show Preview Pane for Outlook Folder View|Check this if you want to preview selected items into [[Outlook Folders]]|
|Outlook view height|Enter number of Outlook view box height (default 420 for 1024x768 screen)|
|Enable autorefresh when adding/editing items|When checked the context lists will refresh everytime the dashboard opens and closes an outlook item form reflecting changes made.|
|Confirm Task completion action|Check this if you want to be prompted everytime you mark a task as completed|
|Convert mail to task as attachment. Unset to confirm everytime|Check this to automatically convert emails (when assigned to a context/project through an outlook view like inbox) to task as attachments. If this option is unset you will be asked everytime.|
|Agenda Display Days|Number of days to show in Agenda [[Calendar]] view and in [[Masterlist]] view|
|Auto-switch to User Defined Inbox on check mail|Check this to automatically show your default inbox when clicking on the Check mail button in Outlook Folder view.|
|Show completed tasks for Contexts/Show completed tasks for Projects|Check this to view your completed tasks in item views for contexts or projects. They will show gray and strikethrough|

|!''Folder-Category settings''|!|
|Action Category Name|Name for the category used to mark items for ''Next Action''|
|Waiting Category Name|Name for the category used for waiting|
|Someday/Maybe Category Name|Name for the category used for potentials|
|Review Category Name|Name for the category used to mark items for Review|
|Context for Completed non-Task items|Select an existing context to tag all your email items that you have moved to a context when they are completed|
|Move mail items to Reference folder when completed|If checked when you mark emails as done from a context or project view they will be moved to your reference folder|
|Update Contexts and Projects to Outlook category list|For Outlook 2007 users. When checked, each context/project addition/edit/removal will reflect on the standard outlook category list|
|Update Outlook Categories Now!|Press this button to update outlook category list with all existing contexts and projects|
|Default Inbox folder|Set your default inbox folder here|
|Refresh Inbox widget on Home page every N minutes|If you have added and inbox widget to your homepage it will be auto-refreshing every N minutes|
|Jello Review Folder @Review|Select a folder to set as a Review folder (move here items for review)|
|Jello Reference Folder|Select a folder to set as a Reference folder (move here items for reference)|
|Dashboard Path|This is the folder where the jello.Dashboard's files are stored. Click to open (for some versions of outlook)|

|!''Other Settings''|!|
|Date Format|Format to display dates|
|Time Format|Format to display times|
|Date Separator|Character to be used as a seperator for dates|
|Display days left for due dates|Check to display days left instead of full date for Appointments/Tasks|
|Show Year for due dates|Check this to see the year for dates.|
|Use buttons for inbox commands|Checking this creates buttons for outlook view folder actions (eg Inbox). Uncheck to show actions in a combobox|
|Shadow/Dark Color|Enter here the shadow color of the dashboard in HEX format or in words supported by the browser. (eg.Coral, Yellow, White etc)|

//Note:// The ''Outlook Version Info'' button is used for development reasons. Use it to report bugs to the author by pressing the ''Send Bug Report'' button.
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The jello Sidebar occupies the right side of the [[Jello.Dashboard]] screen by default (you can change this behaviour by the [[Settings]] screen). It contains the most useful functions.

*''Home'': Displays the [[Homepage]] 
*''Inbox'': Displays your default inbox //(you can change this using the [[Settings]] screen)//
*''Next Actions'': Displays your Next Actions .
*''Calendar'': Displays your daily appointments and tasks.
*''Review'': Displays items tagged for review.
*''Waiting for'': Displays items tagged for waiting.
*''Not Started'': Displays not started actions.
*''Reference'': Displays you reference Outlook folder. If you haven't set it yet, you will be prompted to do so.
*''Someday'': Displays potential items tagged with the someday tag.
*List of all existing contexts: Click to view item list.
*No Context: List of tasks with no associated context to them.
*Create: Click to create a new context.
*Manage: Click to create/edit contexts.
*Alternatively you can click the ''Contexts'' section header to manage contexts and the create icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/new.gif]] to add a new context.
*List of all existing projects: Click to view item list.
*No Project: List of tasks with no associated project to them.
*Create: Click to create a new project.
*Manage: Click to create/edit projects.
*Archive: Click to manage your Archived projects. //see// [[Archive Projects]]
*Alternatively you can click the ''Projects'' section header to manage projects and the create icon [img[http://jello-dashboard.net/img/new.gif]] to add a new project.
!![[Outlook Folders]]
*List of all existing Outlook folders: Click to view folder items.
*Manage: Click to edit Outlook folders.

*Accessible Outlook folders: Click to Manage [[Outlook folders availability]]
*[[Links]]: Click to manage the list of links.
*Recently Edited Tasks: Shows tasks or all item types that was modified today, yesterday or in the past 7 days
*Shortcut Keys Reference: Click to view Jello's global shortcut keys list.
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!Version 4.50 beta (20/6/2008)

*Fixed and verified that Chinese languages are selected correctly
*Fixed old home icons caption display bug in chinese
*Fixed selected language appears selected in the language selection combo of settings screen
*Fixed Home sidebar link navigates to user defined homepage if jello old style or jello light is selected
*Fixed light home header repaints when navigating to home from a different page
*Fixed hiding new action popup when navigating to pages
*Added different color for every second line of lists
*Added flagged items list link on the tools section in the sidebar
*Fixed jello calendar excluding many entries bug
*Fixed jello calendar next day of range display bug
*Added priority colour code on item lists
*Added sorting by priority
*Added lang variables to sort on combo
*Added setting to define the default startup view of jello calendar (d/w/m/ag)
*Added justauser's code to show mail body on mouse hover as tooltip (switched off by default)/setting
*Added transformation of sidebar's context and project names to HTML entities to minimize illegal character errors
*Fixed settings screen overlapping controls
*Fixed masterlist settings screen overlapping controls
*Fixed clicking on the active context/project on sidebar fully reloads the list
*Fixed clicking on the active no-context/no-project list on sidebar fully reloads screen
*Fixed sortDate error bug 
*Added change item's priority action
*Added setting to show creation date for item lists (off by default)
*Added Items from review folder are displaying into the review context list
*Fixed days left for upcoming items in all views when show days left for appointments is used
*Fixed ? * + $ . characters can now be used for context and project names. (Please test this)
*Fixed displaying appointments for today when they started one day before and end one day after
*Added justauser's go to folder function at the tools section of the sidebar
*Added Brazilian language file by fgomesbarros
*Added Automatic update of contexts and projects to outlook categories (OL2007 only)+setting
*Added massive contexts/projects addition to outlook category list (OL2007 only) @Folder settings
*Added Justauser's code to Automatic inbox widget refreshing every 3 minutes (with settings to change it)

!Version 4.3
*Added setting for not displaying private appointments
*Fixed: contexts and projects with spaces available as widgets
*Context/project widget now sorted by due date
*Fixed (must be tested) right language selection for Chinese simplified/Chinese 
*Fixed Homepage Widget widths when more than 2 columns are used
*Added function to reset jello accessible folders on folder management screen and on settings/Other settings
*Fixed recurring and other appointments falling between dates
*Added notification when deleting appointments (cannot delete a recurrence)
*Updated German language file

!Version 4.2
*Updated polish and german language files
*Masterlist elements are now sorted
*Fixed no-context and no-project lists error: No contexts/projects yet*
*Fixed no-context and no-project lists to display only tasks
*Fixed shortcut keys problem (c and p) on search and other text boxes
*Added the plus (+) to the restricted characters list. Instances of plus can be fixed.
*Fixed grayed out projects in sidebar which previously defined as private
*The New Action popup now behaves differently when it's called from within a context/project list.

!Version 4.1
*Added search folder widgets
*Added french language support
*Applied the custom SDarkColor to toolbars and footer
*Fixed custom color painted sidebar on screen resize
*Fixed light home delete contexts/projects bug
*Tried to fix links error/bug (test this again)
*Masterlist now prints past due items
*Masterlist’s default status for showing orphan items is set to off (too slow)
*Inbox widget is sorted descending by received date (localized versions users test this)

!Version 4.00 (beta)
*New Homepage
*Homepage widgets: Customize your home view the way you want*
*Faster queries
*New Toolbars and Icons
*New folder management (folders accessible to Jello)
*More keyboard shortcuts
*Improved sidebar
*Management of not started items
*New and improved Masterlist
*Sorting ability on the Action lists
*Better and safer settings management

!Version 3.50 (beta)
*Changed the way settings are stored. Each setting now is a custom property into the journal entry.
*The prompt "Some new settings must be added" is gone* Settings are added transparently and safely
*Changed Reset settings to reset without asking for keeping contexts and projects. It/s just a reset to defaults
*Added simplified Chinese language file
*Added Polish language file by szuwi
*Fixed. Home link with hidden sidebar now goes to the correct jello home
*Fixed. Project lists not showing completed tasks without refreshing
*Fixed show only tasks on projects
*Fixed Renaming contexts and projects updates properties too
*Added Private property for projects and contexts
*Fixed Removing contexts and projects removes them from properties too
*Added Private property for contexts and projects (private contexts/projects do not show in master list)
*Added icon for private tasks
*Fixed project view now sorts by date if responding setting is on (for english outlook)
*Fixed bug when inserting semicolon ; into context/project description* 
*Fixed marking an item as done removes next actions tag
*Fixed sort tasks by due date is halted in localized outlook versions due to runtime errors (LanguageID<>1033)
*Fixed web links are now sorted
*Added Web links can be renamed
*Fixed multiple deletion of web links
*Fixed Manage contexts list counter

!Version 3.25
*Updated Cezky language file (thanks pavel.vodicka)
*Updated German language file (thanks reimund)
*Fixed Calendar view bug caused error in outlook versions other than english
*Fixed Expand/Collapse all button
*Fixed Context importing double checks for invalid characters and does not importing them
*Fixed Project/Context counters when only tasks are used
*Fixed The semicolon ; character can now be used with no side-effects for default contexts of projects
*Added Setting for showing Outlook folders item count on sidebar
*Fixed Location strings in appointments are being cut to 10chars in views
*Added next actions title on next actions master list
*Fixed No-Context/No-Project view are now showing only tasks if Tasks only in Contexts is selected
*Fixed refreshing correctly on master list in Next Action view
*Added Russian language file (thanks Kiselev Mikhail)

!version 3.20
*Fixed reappearing of hidden sidebar when resizing window
*Added language variable for default context settings
*Fixed undefined counter when adding tasks through project/context management
*Fixed Archive/Restore project bugs
*Fixed multipaging problem after the 2nd page
*Fixed undefined of project/copntext counters after task addition
*Fixed notes indicator hover shows up to 255 chars
*Fixed restore settings action works now
*Removed bullets from one-line items sidebar
*Fixed left column width in half in two column masterlist
*Added all application captions and messages in language file (finalized)
*Added lang file credits variable (first line in file) displayed in about screen
*Fixed Next actions disappearing counter on return to homepage
*Added clickable headers in masterlist contexts and projects
*Added ability to hide sections from the masterList
*Added some comments in CSS stylesheet 
*Added setting to open web links in a new window (modal dialog because of outlook restrictions)
*Added Setting to define startup collapse/expand status of the sidebar
*Optimized updating of the sidebar when changing items
*Added setting for switching/not switching to inbox folder when the check mail button is pressed
*Added setting for showing completed tasks for projects. The older one is used for contexts
*Added setting for showing tasks only for projects. The older one is used for contexts
*Added project and context counter on the sidebar
*Updated Cezky language file (thanks pavel*vodicka)
*Added Chinese language file (thanks Chow Anderson)
*Fixed Calendar day view now showing previous days
*New installer with start-menu group and uninstaller

!version 3.10
*Added Search folders management into Outlook folders (available for Outlook 2007)
*Added auto-backup of settings on jello updates and Reset button on the first upgrade screen
*Fixed Skip invalid color values for shadow color
*Fixed duplicate entries when replacing a context in a task through the Assign combo*
*Added When hiding sidebar the light topbar is shown with the show sidebar action
*Added Show/hide mail preview on outlook folder views
*Fixed hyperlinks equal sign bug
*Fixed Css repositioning on window resize
*Fixed Manage settings text box some keys were disabled
*Fixed Faster startup using alternative settings routine
*Fixed Faster saving of settings using alternative routine
*Added more language specific caption settings
*Fixed SELECTED category addition in done non-task items
*Added Dutch language file (thanks to kebas)

!version 3.00
*Faster context/project counters 
*Faster context/project lists 
*bug fix. Exclude some folders from the search folders list
*bug fix. Items with type other than tasks were not shown in contexts lists
*On multi type item lists show tasks on top
*Ability to use all open PSTs of outlook and not only the default
*Show recently edited tasks for 7 days, today and yesterday
*Changed default recently edited date span to today
*Added ability to show all item types in recently edited list
*When Task is mark completed stays grayed & strikethrough until next refresh of list
*Masterlist:Added times for agenda
*Only Mail and task items can be completed
*Added: import contexts from subfolders of folder
*Fixed: Counters of projects and context lists
*Added Ability to convert mail to task as text too by confirmation dialog
*Added Setting to convert mail to task as attachment by default
*Added Keyboard shortcuts for previous/next page (k,j)
*Fixed Keyboard shortcut for creating context[c]/project[p] works on all views
*Added Popup command input using key / or \ available anywhere
*Added Setting to show context management buttons for tasks in Master list
*Added German language file
*Fixed Flagged list for outlook 2007
*Added Showing assigned outlook folder link for quick access in context/project view
*Added Startup into the masterlist (setting)
*Added Choice of display context/project list on Sidebar as combobox
*Fixed bug. Shortcut keys didn't work for the Masterlist
*Added divided settings to 4 pages
*Added choice to have mail folder view commands in buttons or in combo
*Added more language variables for captions
*Added stylesheet classes for masterList items/NAs
*Added Masterlist function to switch next Action view only/Show All
*Added statusbar information messages while working
*Fixed Search results view never auto-refreshes
*Added Setting to set dark color of the dashboard
*Fixed Global search is faster
 (searches only default Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Inbox* An option to search all folders is presented after the search*)
*Added command:Plain string searches Outlook folders too
*Added when one result is returned from command search is automaticaly executed
*Added jello commands. Can be entered in command box or command prompt and start with / or \
*Added link icon next to search box to show command popup
*Added jelloDash.hta file for standalone opening of jello*Dashboard
*Added unset Dashboard option into the settings page* It removes the show webpage by default setting of folder
*Fixed Bug crashed outlook when searching on an empty string
*Fixed When creating new items from the light home it now reloads the home not the last view before that
*Added Ability to run jelloDash*htm directly from Internet Explorer!
*Added Simple view of master list for printing in smaller papers
*Fixed Skip invalid (inaccesible) folders* That works only with off-line folders now
*Fixed cropping of page when printing with left sidebar
*Fixed blank space right of the sidebar, better stylesheet layout
*Removed Sidebar size setting
*Added Listing of accessible and inaccessible outlook folders* Button in settings
*Fixed Offline folders of exchange server environments shold run without problems now
*Fixed Bug of filtering combo in context/project views
Fourth beta release
*Fixed If multiple invalid for completion items selected alert user only once
*Fixed Agenda appointments date and order
*Fixed Ctrl+C can copy now and does not pop up new context prompt
*Added Sidebar width setting (percentage)
*Fixed Command box clears after task addition
*Fixed Homepage project and Context counter when combo list in sidebar is selected
*Bug Fixed: Today was not showing in masterlist agenda
*Added Masterlist displays current date/time on title
*Added Ability to create masterlist email plain text for sending to devices (via Simple view)
*Added Ability to Enable/Disable outlook folders for use in jello from settings Manage outlook folders
*Added Action to copy a task/other item ta a calendar item in context/project views
*Fixed (beta) use if IE activeX for showing the documentation in jello
*Added Web links management and viewing pages from inside jello
*Added Ability to show/hide the sidebar
*Optimized startup time and sidebar rendering 
*Fixed item notes showed on hyperlink text (on icon) is now 50 characters long
*Added item count on Outlook list (enable/disable) folders
*Added new functions to add updated settings without resetting the old ones
*Fixed Faster loading and saving of settings
*Added ability to define and view weblinks shortcuts
*Fixed Runtime error when adding/deleting an outlook folder from home light
*Fixed removed entryID shown instead of contexts for notes in all lists* A note be assigned to anything*
*Added arrow marking next actions in simple view
*Fixed Masterlist agenda now showing the past date items first
*Fixed Blank margins on printing in both sidebar views
*Fixed Margin on screen when hiding left sidebar
*Command added /web or /webs displays list of web pages
*Fixed empty icon for linked contacts with only company name entered
*Added checkbox next to context assignment combo* If checked it replaces all existing contexts with the selected
*Fixed Autorefreshing now works for adding items into the Next actions context
*Added auto refresh of the page (homepage) every 30 minutes
*Fixed project archive problem* Popped out non-empty message even for projects without active tasks
*Added Links and shortcuts menu items in Light home
*Added Ability to add record links from the actions menu and create shortcuts out of them
*Added new shortcut keys for actions : tocalendar,link,email,delete,toTask
*Added ability to duplicate/copy a whole project with its tasks 
*Added ability to add descriptions to contexts and projects
*Added ability to add default contexts for projects
*Fixed Restoration of an archived project now refreshes the sidebar

!version 2.55
*For tasks only use, When assigning any other outlook item type to a context, auto create a task out of it
*Choice to startup view: Home, Inbox, Sidebar only, Home light
*Introducing the light home page for faster startup
*command box on light home
*Fixed bug of canceling creation of context/project from the home icons
*Added ability to import an outlook folder's subfolders as projects
*fixed search bug. Global Search is now faster.
*Bug fixed when creating a note* Outlook does not allow category assignment
*New icon set
*Fixed bug not moved to context folder if it contained spaces
*Fixed bug of context mappings reset when re-assign folder to an existing mapping
*Fixed bug of context renaming losing folder mappings
This is the [[Jello.Dashboard]] documentation project.
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For local versions of this document you can add your own notes by clicking new tiddler on the right sidebar.

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//Last Update of this document 20/06/2008//

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!Version 4.50

*Added Automatic and Massive update of contexts and projects to outlook categories (OL2007 only)
*Different color for every second line of lists
*Added flagged items list link on the tools section in the sidebar
*Fixed several jello calendar bugs
*Added priority colour code on item lists and sorting by priority
*New User Setting to define startup view of jello calendar (d/w/m/ag)
*Set item's priority action [shortcut y]
*Creation date column for item lists (setting is off by default)
*Review sidebar link displays now both tagged items and review folder items
*Fixed ''? * + $ .'' characters can now be used for context and project names.
*Added Go to folder function at the tools section of the sidebar
*Added Automatic inbox widget refreshing every 3 minutes (with settings to change it)