Planner: Application for tracking tasks, projects and objectives

Planner: Application for tracking tasks, projects and objectives

Planner: Application for tracking tasks, projects and objectives

Today we will explore one more application in the field of user productivity, that is, those that are usually austere, simple and straight to the point, or that usually add a high value to the performance of daily activities, avoiding distractions and increasing productivity.

This application bears the following name: «Planner ».

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For those who have not seen our previous related post with the productivity app called "Super productivity" o "Superproductivity", we leave the link below so that after reading this publication you can explore it:

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Planner: Content

Planner: Task Manager

What is Planner?

According to his Official website, it is specifically described as follows:

" It is an application of Task Administration with support for Task Lists and is specifically designed for GNU / Linux."

While, of their characteristics and benefits the following stand out:

  • It is a productivity application that helps to achieve the objectives of its users, by facilitating the monitoring of all tasks, projects and objectives in a single and simple place.
  • It allows work locally, and online, by synchronizing it with an account on the Todoist Platform (https://todoist.com/es).
  • It facilitates the planning of a project, by allowing that the tasks (many or few) that are part of it can be divided into sections, and can be carried out and managed by parts.
  • It has a beautiful and elegant visual interface that supports adding notes, displaying URLs, creating deadlines and adding tags.
  • Your calendar app can sync with the task planner to manage all your events and to-dos together in one place.
  • It has multilanguage support, including the Spanish language.

Current information

Blog

His last current version, Is the number 2.6.9 released just a few days ago. Version that among many new features and changes, includes a new visual indicator to know if a project has a subproject, an improvement to the UX to collapse or expand subprojects, a task counter added in Sections and Tables, plus updated translations. For more information on this you can visit if official website on GitHub.

Installation

Since the application is available to be installed directly from the online store of the District Elementary, and in others through ".Flatpak format", we have used this last method, as indicated in the following link, that is, using the following command:

flatpak install flathub com.github.alainm23.planner

After installed, we can run it by clicking on its Application Menu icon or by the following command command:

flatpak run com.github.alainm23.planner

Screen shots

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More information at «Planner » can be achieved in the following link.

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Conclusion

We hope this "useful little post" about «Planner», which is a useful and interesting application of Task Administration with support for Task Lists and that it is specifically designed for GNU / Linux; be of great interest and utility, for the entire «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of «GNU/Linux».

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