Task Manager

sleek – todo manager

sleek is a todo manager based on the todo.txt syntax.

Stripped down to only the most necessary features, and with a clean and simple interface, sleek aims to help you focus on getting things done.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Uses existing todo.txt files or create new ones.
  • Add and search for todos by:
    • priorities.
    • contexts.
    • projects.
    • due dates.
    • creation dates.
    • recurrences (repeating todos).
    • threshold dates.
  • Sort and group todos by priority, due and creation date, context and project or as they occur in the text file.
  • Filter todos by context, project and priority.
  • Find todos using full-text search compatible with todo.txt syntax.
  • Inline autocomplete available.
  • Dates and priorities can be selected by built-in picker elements.
  • Navigable via keyboard shortcuts.
  • Tabindex available.
  • Options for due date reminders and notification badges.
  • Easily toggle between dark and light mode.
  • Compact view and zoom available.
  • Completed todos can be shown, hidden and archived.
  • Multi line todos can be created.
  • Filters are sorted alphanummerically and can be renamed or deleted.
  • Hyperlinks detected automatically.
  • File watcher scans todo.txt files for changes.
  • Simultaneously manage multiple todo.txt files.
  • Internationalization support: Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Turkish.

Website: github.com/ransome1/sleek
Support: Wiki
Developer: Robin Ahle
License: MIT License

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sleek is written in JavaScript and CSS. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn CSS with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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