OpenTodoList is a free and open source note-taking and to-do list software for Linux, MacOS, Windows, iOS and Android. You can use it to create and manage to-do lists, take notes, and add images to your notes. It comes with two storage options, local and cloud. If you want to sync your tasks and notes, you can use the built-in sync feature to sync between devices using DropBox like NextCloud, ownCloud, WebDAV server, or sync service. Here you can manage the data in the library. It is based on Qt and QML and licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later.
Install Open Todo List on Ubuntu
On Ubuntu, you can install OpenTodoList using snap and flatpak. Follow these steps to install on your Ubuntu system.
Install Open Todo List via Snap.
Open the terminal app, run this snap OpenTodoList todo and note the install command. If required, enter the Ubuntu user password.
sudo snap install opentodolist
This will install the latest OpenTodoList on your Ubuntu system.
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Install Open Todo List via Flatpak.
You can also install OpenTodoList via flatpak and flathub. For that you need to install and setup faltpak and flathub on Ubuntu. Follow the links below for a tutorial on this.
How to install flatpak on ubuntu
Then reboot the system. If you have already installed Flat Pack, skip the steps above. Open the terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and execute the following OpenTodoList flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub net.rpdev.OpenTodoList
During the installation, you will be asked to confirm the installation of OpenTodoList. Press y to enter. Then check again to install OpenTodoList and all required applications on your Ubuntu system.
flatpak run net.rpdev.OpenTodoList
You can uninstall it with the following command.
sudo flatpak uninstall net.rpdev.OpenTodoList
Install OpenTodoList via AppImage.
Download OpenTodoList App Image from the link above. here”OpenTodoList-x86_64.AppImage”
Save it to you download folder. Based on the filename change under the command. Run the commands one by one.
sudo chmod +x ~ OpenTodoList-x86_64.AppImage
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