Discover top-rated to-do apps and productivity tools to improve task management on Ubuntu. From standalone software to desktop add-ons through to cloud-based services design to help you get things done.
To get stuff done you need to get organised, and to-do apps can be an invaluable tool in helping you achieve that. Tons of terrific to-do list apps for Linux are out there, ranging from […]
Todoist now has a Kanban board feature similar to Trello. Todoist boards let users visualise tasks as cards and move them between different sections easily.
Task Widget is a GNOME extension that shows your to-do list in the GNOME message tray. Learn what it can do and how to install it in this post.
An official Todoist app for Linux is available on the Snap Store. Learn all about the task management service's key features and how to install it.
I've been blogging about Ubuntu (and Linux in general I guess) for a veritable eon. So when news reached me that Getting Things GNOME was being revived I had to stop what I was doing and reach for a new draft.
If you’re looking to stay productive at the command line you’ll want to check out Taskbook. Taskbook is a terrifically well made terminal tool that lets you create todo lists, jot down notes, and organise […]
When you boot in to the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 'Bionic Beaver' later this year you'll find a new app is preinstalled by default: GNOME To Do, a personal task manager.
Super Productivity is an open-source to-do list and time tracking app with Jira integration. It's available for Windows, macOS and Linux.
I don’t like to write about things I am not confident or experienced in using. This is why don’t see listicles about Vim, op-ed’s about DevOps, and so on. But writing about a desktop application should be within my abilities¹ […]
If you manage your to-to list with a plaintext Todo.txt file this indicator applet may help you keep on top of your tasks. Sure, there are plenty of web-based clients, sticky note widgets, and feature-packed desktop task managers offering […]
Go For It! — it sounds like the name of an overly enthusiastic mobile workout app that you download with good intentions only to never actually use it. But thankfully (for our collective laziness) it’s not. Go For It! is, instead, […]
GNOME To Do is one of those apps you’ve probably heard of, but do not use. And with a bunch of rivals task managers and to-do list apps available on Linux — from Simplenote to Remember the Milk — and online, the […]