We recently launched a feature in Basecamp that allows you to move messages, to-do lists, milestones and files from one Basecamp project to another.
When we did that, bits of bcToolkit, a third-party reporting tool that integrates with Basecamp stopped working. Now, bcToolkit has mirrored this functionality. When your projects sync with bcTookit, your to-do list and its time will move from the old project to the new one.
bcTookit's Paul Fabretti says, "You are free to manage your projects anyway you like, add to dos, move to-do lists, delete to-dos and it all ends up in the right place in bcToolkit. The ability to move to-do lists like this is very useful when you decide, part-way through a project, that some of the tasks need to be moved into a separate phase. This can be due to constraints of time, cost or scope. All you need to do is to create the new project, which represents the additional phase, and move the appropriate to-do list over into your new project. The next time bcToolkit syncs with Basecamp your to-do list, all the to-dos and any time recorded to date is moved to the new project."