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16 Best To Do List Apps for Linux Desktop [2021]

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  1. Joplin is a free, open source note taking and to-do application, which can handle a large number of notes organised into notebooks. The notes are searchable, tagged and modified either from the applications directly or from your own text editor.


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    Https:// Open source, uses Markdown, mobile apps, can sync with E2EE multiple ways. They also have a sync service you can pay for, but it's cheap and you can run it yourself if you want.
  2. Todoist is a to-do list that helps you get organized, at work and in life.

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  3. A bookshelf for your online courses

  4. Elementary OS task manager with Todoist support designed for GNU/Linux

    Looking for native Linux app for task management/reminder. about over 1 year ago:

    If all you need is a todo list (GTD style), I recommend Elementary Planner (Gtk+, sorry, but at least it's better than using an Electron app).
  5. Open source, Trello like kanban board

    Kanban board for commercial use about about 1 year ago:

    A while ago I've tried several solutions like taiga (has kanban module), kanboard, wekan, restya and in general all of them are fine for start. But eventually team has switched to Jira as current-standard for tracking system in general and agile in particular.
  6. Organize, plan, and collaborate with To Do

    Aesthetically pleasing productivity apps? about 6 months ago

    You might wan to check out their to-do list app first, as you're specifically looking for a productivity app. (Personally I prefer using the kanban board + calendar view, which works best for me).
  7. The last to-do and GTD app you'll ever need

    Search an GTD app with the following criteria about 19 days ago

    A little bit late, but I think you're thinking perhaps of something like Everdo?
  8. Track your tasks and projects in a plain text file, todo.txt. A todo.

    Using Acme with Inferno's Shell as a pkm tool about 21 days ago

    For todo and schedule I use todo.txt ( a plain file managed by scripts which build agenda and plumber to keep track of unique keys.
  9. Go For It! is a simple and stylish productivity app, featuring a to-do list, merged with a timer that keeps your focus on the current task.

  10. GNOME To Do is a simplistic personal task manager designed to perfectly fit the GNOME desktop.

  11. Task Coach is a simple open source todo manager to keep track of personal tasks and todo lists.

  12. Todour is an application for handling todo.

  13. The simple free flexible ToDo List / Time Tracker / personal Jira and Github Task Manager

    Help! What are the best tools for organizing tasks? Thank you! about about 2 months ago

    Https:// This cannot do 2 and 3 by itself, but it can integrate to many calendar services and achieve 2 and 3 through it. Manual here
  14. Make lists, organize your thoughts, and be inspired to get things done. Taskade is a collaborative space for your tasks.

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  16. Free and Open Source Minimalist Weekly Planner and To-Do list App Focused on Privacy


    Sunsama and Other Time-Blocking Apps? about 13 days ago

    I don't use that one in particular, I started with this one: It's good for keeping things simple, but not feature-rich at all.