Managing your tasks at the command line with TaskBook


Article from Issue 227/2019

Boost your productivity from the Linux command line with the TaskBook task manager and note board.

How do you keep track of what you need to do? Chances are, that involves a calendar, a to-do list, or some arcane and complex mix of software. Although that's one way to do the deed effectively, it might not be the most efficient way to proceed.

Instead, you can manage all your tasks under one roof, or, in this case, from a single terminal window, and you can do it with a touch of visual panache. In this article, I take a look at a simple task management system called TaskBook, which can help anyone get and stay organized quickly and easily.

Why the Command Line?

Working from the command line goes beyond merely grabbing an opportunity to embrace your inner geek. Using the terminal to organize yourself has several advantages over the use of desktop applications.


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