My Personal Productivity Apps Stack

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/productivity

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  • GitHub repo logseq

    A local-first, non-linear, outliner notebook for organizing and sharing your personal knowledge base. Use it to organize your todo list, to write your journals, or to record your unique life.

    Since you mentioned you were looking at Roam Research I wanted to suggest to you logseq.

  • GitHub repo logseq-plugin-copy-ref-to-journal

    A Logseq plugin help you copy any page blocks ref to today's journal page, very useful for task management case.

    These are the ones I use: Copy ref to journal, Logseq Heatmap Plugin, Journals calendar, logseq-markdown-table, and the logseq focus mode. Feel free to click any link to see a gif of how they behave. There are also a lot of themes available, but I used the Solarized theme throughout almost all my editors so the default theme works well for me.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • GitHub repo logseq-plugin-heatmap

    Activity heatmap for logseq

    These are the ones I use: Copy ref to journal, Logseq Heatmap Plugin, Journals calendar, logseq-markdown-table, and the logseq focus mode. Feel free to click any link to see a gif of how they behave. There are also a lot of themes available, but I used the Solarized theme throughout almost all my editors so the default theme works well for me.

  • GitHub repo logseq-plugin-samples

    Logseq plugin samples for beginner 🌱

    These are the ones I use: Copy ref to journal, Logseq Heatmap Plugin, Journals calendar, logseq-markdown-table, and the logseq focus mode. Feel free to click any link to see a gif of how they behave. There are also a lot of themes available, but I used the Solarized theme throughout almost all my editors so the default theme works well for me.

  • GitHub repo logseq-plugin-markdown-table

    Logseq markdown table editor.

    These are the ones I use: Copy ref to journal, Logseq Heatmap Plugin, Journals calendar, logseq-markdown-table, and the logseq focus mode. Feel free to click any link to see a gif of how they behave. There are also a lot of themes available, but I used the Solarized theme throughout almost all my editors so the default theme works well for me.

  • GitHub repo logseq-focus-mode

    The purpose of the Focus Mode plugin is to quickly switch into a distraction-free mode or "zen" mode. This plugin allows you to quickly toggle into fullscreen mode and hide elements like the sidebar or properties section.

    These are the ones I use: Copy ref to journal, Logseq Heatmap Plugin, Journals calendar, logseq-markdown-table, and the logseq focus mode. Feel free to click any link to see a gif of how they behave. There are also a lot of themes available, but I used the Solarized theme throughout almost all my editors so the default theme works well for me.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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