Generally, Gnu / Linux is focused on the business world, the enterprise world and the server world, but sometimes there are gaps, gaps. One of them is the absence of good applications to manage our time and improve productivity.
And I emphasize the good applications because there are many applications to improve productivity but they are not suitable either for the user or for the productive systems. But each time that is being solved. And although we still do not have any final application of Evernote, the famous productivity app, we already have another application that can fill the gap, this application is called Remember The Milk.
Remember The Milk is a web service that is accompanied by an application in which we can manage all the tasks and projects we have and order them to be more productive. In addition to the service connects to our calendars and other web services so we will not only have project reminders but also files, subtasks, etc ... that will be gathered together with the main project.
Although Evernote is not officially, Remember The Milk is already, a great alternative
Until recently, Remember The Milk Gnu / Linux users had it only available via the web, but that has changed recently and users of distributions that manage deb or rpm packages can get it through this link. The rest of the distributions will have to wait a bit, although something tells me that it will take little time to receive their official dose.
I have personally used Remember The Milk and it is a great app for David Allen's GTD productivity system, an application that can be used for free or paying with its extras but in any case, the basics work in the free service and this application for Gnu / Linux also works in basic mode. So maybe if I go back to using the GTD method, I will use Remember The Milk again, possibly next time it will last longer because now my computer with Gnu / Linux will also have an official application. And you Did you know Remember The Milk? Have you tried the official application? what do you think?
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