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BlackBerry® Z10

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Posts: 27
Registered: ‎02-18-2012
My Device: BlackBerry Z10 & BlackBerry Playbook
My Carrier: AT&T

Sync a BlackBerry Remember Folder AFTER it's been created

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I can imagine in the urgency of planning a BB "LACKberry" 10 native app IN THE EARLY DAYS (in truth, not too long ago) with designated people planning the roadmap of an app native to the upcoming BB 10, yet the with pressure from the higher-ups to CRANK SOMETHING OUT QUICKLY:


AMAZING THAT PEOPLE, SITTING IN LITTLE OFFICES CONFIGURING A NATIVE BB 10 APP WITHOUT THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX. That is to say, that I can envision a bunch of people coming in with their coffee early in the morning way back when the pressure was on to "get something out there quickly to integrate in the new BB10" and no one thinking that if, in the creation of this new BB Remember App, that if you're going to make it native and a power app in relation to other parts of the BB 10 OS body SO CONSUMERS WOULD NOT LOOK ELSEWHERE (say in BB App World) for a memo/task/productivity app), that ANY AND ALL OPTIONS would be insisted upon for the convenience and high power user.

BUT, SUCH WAS NOT THE CASE HERE, as I have delved DEEP AS POSSIBLE into the all options that BB Remember does and "what it could do", yet BEREFT how limited this app really is in every sense of the word. Does anyone get tired of recommending apps outside of native BB apps when BlackBerry should be all inclusive so that the natural tendency is to not look elsewhere? To those who have BlackBerry in their blood, who wish not to look in app world all the time and want to be an all-BlackBerry-only con/pro-sumer, it is just sad...

"The Dilemma":

I'm finding it impossible to take an existing BlackBerry Remember Folder and edit it to "Sync". By default in 10.1 (Since AT&T is always last at giving an official update), I've 20 folders. When I click on edit, to edit for example, the name of the folder and color (Can't believe how limited these color choices are), if you pull down further my "Sync To" is grayed out.

Is there any way to change this? What this means that ONLY at the start of creating a new folder (Infancy stage of creation of a Remember Folder and color) can you use the pull down as to whether or not the folder is going to sync, in this case, my only available option is Evernote when there should be a SLEW OF SYNC OPTIONS.

Critical thought: But any existing ones I cannot edit to sync with anything "after" the fact. Maybe I am doing something wrong, but there's not a whole lot of use here as in BBOS was with my 4,780 memos and tasks that were perfectly synced together. In the twenty folders now with over 3,600 current entries, I am not going to create a "new" folder and jam them all into one and not have them segregated into folder sections just for the sake of syncing when they should sync 'at will' from and at any time and to any cloud service I choose or locally on the BB 10 device as well, e.g., "the media card"...

Just crazy. No thought-arresting sense, mitigating the love and passion that each native app should be planned for inside of the blood and veins of a BB device, so that people NEVER,....NEVER, look elsewhere...

Yes, I own a LACKberry... Z10

Posts: 29
Registered: ‎01-21-2009
My Device: Bold, Torch 9800, Z10
My Carrier: O2

Re: Sync a BlackBerry Remember Folder AFTER it's been created

I thought I was the only user having probs with the BB Remember app., it rarely features in the forums and as yet I've had no helpful replies. My prob is that since upgrading to the facility to order by due date does nothing, the tasks simply remain in alphabetical order. The help video shows a button to enable a due date, I don't have this but I am able to add a due date - just wont show tasks in due date order, although it will order by last am ended date or created date! Any help/ suggestions appreciated.