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I want to have two types of todonotes:

  1. Type1: note goes to todo list (color red)
  2. Type1: note doesn't go to todo list (color yellow)

So when I run \listoftodos, I see only type 1 todo items.

Here is my code that define two type of todo items:

\ifsetDraft
    \usepackage[colorinlistoftodos]{todonotes}
    \newcommand{\type1}[1]{\todo[size=\small,inline,color=red!40]{#1}}
    \newcommand{\type2}[1]{\todo[size=\small,inline,color=yellow!40]{#1}}

\else
    \newcommand{\type1}[1]{}
    \newcommand{\type2}[1]{}
    \newcommand{\listoftodos}{}
\fi

Is there any way to improve code above and add this function?

or maybe there is a way to call \listoftodos and only use Type1 todo items such as \listoftodos[type1]

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The todonotes package offers a solution with the nolist option

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{todonotes}

\begin{document}
\listoftodos
\section*{First section}
Some text\todo{Do this.}\\
More text\todo{More to do}\\
Even more text\todo[nolist]{So much work to do!}\\
\end{document}

MWE

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