Your favourite note taking+todo plugin and reason

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

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  • zk

    A plain text note-taking assistant

    Converted all of my notes from vimwiki to zk some time ago and haven't looked back. Having a proper index of your notes is really nice. zk includes a basic LSP server that makes integration trivial.

  • taskwarrior

    Taskwarrior - Command line Task Management

    I use vim/neovim + wiki.vim to manage my notes (I used to use Vimwiki, but I don't like it for Markdown syntax highlighting and Markdown handling in general). All of my notes are written in Markdown. I have a few custom functions in my vimrc that allow me to manage my wiki.vim like a Zettelkasten type of collection of notes. I have a simple bash script that automates building my notes as a static Hugo site, and pushing them up to my server to be self-hosted for when I'm not at my computer or to share with others. For tasks I write out tasks on paper or for work I typically use Taskwarrior which is a CLI based tool for managing tasks. I also track my time at work with Timewarrior.

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  • gkeep.nvim

    Google Keep integration for Neovim

    I use (and created, full disclosure) gkeep.nvim. I was already using Google Keep on mobile, all it needed was a decent desktop experience. Keep is fairly simple and opinionated though, so I expect it's more of a niche solution

  • zk-nvim

    Neovim extension for zk

    Some people are working on a plugin as well.

  • neuron.nvim

    Make neovim the best note taking application

  • todo.txt-cli

    ☑️ A simple and extensible shell script for managing your todo.txt file.

    i use todo.txt CLI for todo list, complemented with a todo.txt basic vim plugin.

  • taskwiki

    Proper project management with Taskwarrior in vim.

    with the https://github.com/tools-life/taskwiki plugin to bring taskwarrior into vimwiki

  • 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.

  • wiki.vim

    A wiki plugin for Vim

    I use vim/neovim + wiki.vim to manage my notes (I used to use Vimwiki, but I don't like it for Markdown syntax highlighting and Markdown handling in general). All of my notes are written in Markdown. I have a few custom functions in my vimrc that allow me to manage my wiki.vim like a Zettelkasten type of collection of notes. I have a simple bash script that automates building my notes as a static Hugo site, and pushing them up to my server to be self-hosted for when I'm not at my computer or to share with others. For tasks I write out tasks on paper or for work I typically use Taskwarrior which is a CLI based tool for managing tasks. I also track my time at work with Timewarrior.

  • Hugo

    The world’s fastest framework for building websites.

    I use vim/neovim + wiki.vim to manage my notes (I used to use Vimwiki, but I don't like it for Markdown syntax highlighting and Markdown handling in general). All of my notes are written in Markdown. I have a few custom functions in my vimrc that allow me to manage my wiki.vim like a Zettelkasten type of collection of notes. I have a simple bash script that automates building my notes as a static Hugo site, and pushing them up to my server to be self-hosted for when I'm not at my computer or to share with others. For tasks I write out tasks on paper or for work I typically use Taskwarrior which is a CLI based tool for managing tasks. I also track my time at work with Timewarrior.

  • syncthing-android

    Wrapper of syncthing for Android.

    For that kind of sync I use https://syncthing.net/

  • markor

    Text editor - Notes & ToDo (for Android) - Markdown, todo.txt, plaintext, math, ..

    Does anyone have a good solution for using any of the tools mentioned on this thread with mobile? I'm on Android and have experimented with VimWiki, Markor plus another service to sync, it's a bit convoluted though.

  • nb

    CLI and local web plain text note‑taking, bookmarking, and archiving with linking, tagging, filtering, search, Git versioning & syncing, Pandoc conversion, + more, in a single portable script.

    How does it compare to nb?

  • mkdnflow.nvim

    Tools for markdown notebook navigation and management

    Markdown + mkdnflow.nvim :)

  • nvim-config

    Personal Neovim Configurations (by marklcrns)

    Vimwiki with custom wiki2html.sh. Sample vimwiki generated notes with custom html template. Taskwiki for todo.

  • zk

    A note-taking tool based on the famous Zettelkasten method (by terror)

    Thank you very much for your reply! I was even going to ask which zk is the real zk :D There seem to exist multiple projects with the same name! zk zk

  • zk

    Zettelkasten on the command-line 📚 🔍 (by sirupsen)

    Thank you very much for your reply! I was even going to ask which zk is the real zk :D There seem to exist multiple projects with the same name! zk zk

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