Getting Things GNOME! – personal tasks and TODO list items organizer

Getting Things GNOME! (GTG) is an organizer for the GNOME desktop environment.

GTG focuses on usability and ease of use. Its main objective is to provide a simple and yet flexible organisation tool for life and work.

GTG uses a very handy system for creating and editing tasks. The task editor can automatically recognize metadata such as tags and subtasks only by the use of a very simple syntax.

Features include:

  • Processing tasks.
  • Workview.
  • Quick add entry – the quickest way to create a new task.
  • Tags – useful to sort your tasks. There is no limit to the number of tags a task can have.
  • Subtags.
  • Subtasks with multiple parents.
  • Priorities.
  • Plug-ins – has the ability to add plug-ins to extend core functionality. Some examples of the current plug-ins are: Syncing with Remember the Milk and Evolution, Tomboy/Gnote integration and Geolocalised Tasks.
  • Optional user interface features:
    • Tag sidebar.
    • Background colors.
    • Closed tasks pane.
  • Backup your tasks.
  • Keyboard shortcuts.
  • Data backup: GTG keeps several copies of your data, and it’s now able to restore the most recent backup automatically if your data are corrupted.

Developer: Lionel Dricot, Bertrand Rosseau, Paulo Cabido, Kevin Mehall, Luca Invernizzi, Luca Falavigna
License: GNU GPL v3

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GTG is written in Python. Learn Python with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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