The To-do Directory lets you choose which to-do list to view, as well as search for to-dos and create new tags and people.
Search: Search all your to-dos. Active to-dos are displayed on top.
All: Shows all your active to-dos, projects, and sub-lists in one view.
Inbox (optional): If you've turned on your Inbox, new to-dos are created here. This provides a temporary holding area for your to-dos until you assign due dates, tags, and other criteria.
Today: The Today list always shows everything that's due today, plus all to-dos that need to get started. You can have NoteSuite add something to your Today list automatically by telling it how many days it will take to finish it in when you assign a Due Date. NoteSuite will add it once it's time to get started.
This Week: The This Week list works just like the Today list, except it gives you a forecast of what's coming up during the next seven days.
Next (optional): If you've turned it on in Preferences, the Next list will show you a list of the next item that needs to be done from each of your lists. NoteSuite grabs the top item from each to-do list, plus any that aren't assigned to a list.
Lists: Open the Lists folder to see a list of all your to-do lists.
Tags: Open the Tags folder to see a list of all your tags. Then, click on any tag to see a list of all your to-dos that have been assigned to that tag. Tags are useful for categorizing to-dos. For example, you might categorize your to-dos by customers, or by the person, place, or thing needed to get them done. Keep in mind that you can use the same tags for both your notes and to-dos. A mixture of notes and to-dos assigned to any tag can be viewed from the Notes module's Tags directory.
People: The People folder shows to-dos you've assigned to individual people.
Click the New Folder icon to create new tags or people. You can enter contact info for these tags or people manually, or click "Import" to grab this contact info from your Mac's address book.