Taskwarrior is a Getting Things Done, todo list, task management, command line utility with a multitude of features.
It is flexible, fast, and unobtrusive. It does its job then gets out of your way.
It is a portable, well supported, very active project, and released under an open source license.
- Colorful tabbed output.
- Feature rich search function.
- Tags – a single word, without spaces, that can be added to a task.
- Special tags – tags that have some meaning to Taskwarrior.
- Getting Things Done compatible.
- Interactive editing of items in text editor.
- Customizable reports.
- Filters – command line arguments that restrict the tasks displayed in some way:
- Regular expressions.
- Attribute modifiers.
- Combined filters.
- Assign a priority to a task (H, M or L).
- Lua extensions.
- Device syncing.
Developer: Paul Beckingham, Federico Hernandez, David J Patrick, John Florianm Cory Donnelly, Johannes Schlatow, and many contributors
License: MIT License
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