Super Productivity: A To Do List & Time Tracking App

Super Productivity: A To Do List & Time Tracking App

Super Productivity: A To Do List & Time Tracking App

While many users, either for reasons of personal tastes or work needs, tend to like  software tools full of functionalities, buttons and accessories, others tend to prefer the opposite, those that are austere, simple and straight to the point, because they feel an increase in their productivity, by having fewer distractions. This type of distraction tends to occur a lot, in office automation applications, which usually incorporate a huge amount of functionality for the user.

Which is why office or other applications are often created to help users get straight to the point of what they need to do. In the workplace and professional, the application "Super productivity"the "Superproductivity", in Spanish, stands out because it is a useful and interesting app for Task List (To-Do) y Time Tracker for programmers and other digital workers with integration of Jira, Github and Gitlab.

Productivity to the maximum: How to use the Brain application in depth?

Productivity to the maximum: How to use the Brain application in depth?

Before I jump right in on "Super productivity", we want to add that in the field of productivity on our appreciated GNU / Linux operating systems, we have also talked about other essential apps to be more productive in them, so we leave you below, some related previous posts with that topic, for you to explore and read after finishing this publication:

Brain: An Open Cross-Platform App for Productivity
Related article:
Brain: An Open Cross-Platform App for Productivity

Albert and Kupfer: 2 excellent pitchers as alternatives to Cerebro
Related article:
Albert and Kupfer: 2 excellent pitchers as alternatives to Cerebro
Ulauncher and Synapse: 2 Excellent Application Launchers for Linux
Related article:
Ulauncher and Synapse: 2 Excellent Application Launchers for Linux
Dmenu and Rofi: 2 Excellent App Launchers for WMs
Related article:
Dmenu and Rofi: 2 Excellent App Launchers for WMs

Super Productivity: Content

Super Productivity: App To-Do & Time Tracker

What is Super Productivity?

Both in his official website at Web and in GitHub, it is described as follows:

"A Personal To Do List, Time Tracker and Task Manager app, ideal for programmers and other digital workers, which also has integration to the Jira, Github and Gitlab platforms. In addition, it is cross-platform (Linux, MacOS and Windows) and its main objective is to reduce the time that users spend on repetitive tasks and to provide a place to collect all the information that is needed to do a specific job or task."

Key features

  • Allows planning, tracking and summarizing activities: By creating time sheets and job summaries, in the blink of an eye, which can then be easily exported to other applications.
  • It has excellent integration with the Jira, GitHub and GitLab platforms: Which facilitates the automatic import of the tasks that have been assigned in them. In addition, it is useful to plan the details locally, automatically create daily work logs (worklogs) and check the receipt of immediate notifications when something changes in them.
  • It facilitates the organization of the data of the managed projects: By creating notes, being able to attach files or create bookmarks for links, files and even commands.
  • Helps establish healthy work habits: Thanks to the incorporation of a rest timer, which reminds users when it is time to rest. You can also collect personal metrics, which can then be viewed to validate which work routines may need adjustments in favor of our productivity.

Screen shots

Super Productivity: Screenshot 1

Super Productivity: Screenshot 2

Super Productivity: Screenshot 3

Super Productivity: Screenshot 4

Super Productivity: Screenshot 5

Note: Your Developer ensures that "Super productivity" it does not collect any data, and it is not necessary to use user accounts or registration. Plus, it's free and open source, and it always will be. Finally, in the case of GNU / Linux it currently has installers in the ".deb" and ".AppImage" formats, so your download, installation and use It is very simple. Currently, he is going for his stable version number 6.3.3.

Generic image for article conclusions

Conclusion

We hope this "useful little post" about «Super Productivity», which is a useful and interesting app for Task List (To-Do) y Time Tracker for programmers and other digital workers with integration of Jira, Github and Gitlab; is 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».

For now, if you liked this publicación, Do not stop share it with others, on your favorite websites, channels, groups or communities of social networks or messaging systems, preferably free, open and / or more secure as Telegram, Signal, Mastodon or another of Fediverse, preferably. And remember to visit our home page at «FromLinux» to explore more news, as well as join our official channel of Telegram from DesdeLinux. While, for more information, you can visit any Online library and OpenLibra y jedit, to access and read digital books (PDFs) on this topic or others.


The content of the article adheres to our principles of editorial ethics. To report an error click here!.

2 comments, leave yours

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

*

*

  1. Responsible for the data: Miguel Ángel Gatón
  2. Purpose of the data: Control SPAM, comment management.
  3. Legitimation: Your consent
  4. Communication of the data: The data will not be communicated to third parties except by legal obligation.
  5. Data storage: Database hosted by Occentus Networks (EU)
  6. Rights: At any time you can limit, recover and delete your information.

  1.   Alain said

    Hey guys, some of you use Planner, it is a native task manager for Linux, with a beautiful UI and with support for Todoist.

    http://useplanner.com/

    1.    Linux PostInstall said

      Greetings, Alain. Thanks for your comment. I already had a look at it, we will consider it for a future publication.