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  • Which todo apps do you use?
    1 project | /r/ObsidianMD | 10 Dec 2023
    I'm curious, did you mean https://tasks.org/ or something else?
  • Welche ToDo-App nutzt ihr?
    6 projects | /r/de_EDV | 7 Dec 2023
    Kalender mit CalDav und der App "Tasks" auf Android
  • Tasks.org – Open-Source To-Do Lists and Reminders
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Nov 2023
  • ⟳ 4 apps added, 72 updated at f-droid.org
    29 projects | /r/FDroidUpdates | 23 Oct 2023
    Tasks.org: Open-source To-Do Lists & Reminders (version 13.6): Fork of Astrid Tasks & To-Do List
  • Intel 5105 mini-ITX homelab
    1 project | /r/homelab | 19 Oct 2023
    tasks for Tasks.org mobile
  • Starting from the blank canvas, trying to be lazy, and other insights from the 1st week
    4 projects | dev.to | 13 Aug 2023
    I thought it was a great idea to find out how certain features are implemented in other people’s projects. I know two open-source apps that are similar to what I want to build: uhabits and tasks.org.
  • I feel like I made a mistake investing professionally into Flutter
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Aug 2023
    I think it really depends on what your definition of "productive" is.

    Let me try and quantify it. I looked through my apps that I installed from F-Droid, then looked at their GitHub issues and picked one [0]. I bet I could implement that in less than a week with 0 Android development experience.

    > Every Android version is basically a reboot in many parts of the framework, the device fragmentation is hardly any better than J2ME days, several features are only documented via samples or Google IO talks, Gradle plugins require rewrites between upgrades, and each Android Studio release is a box of surprises what quirks it has.

    Does any of that really matter if you're hiring someone into an existing org? Doesn't Android have amazing backwards compatibility? I'm sure I have some dice app from 2012 that still runs. The company is probably targeting some version of Android and isn't changing to the latest one every time a new version is released.

    [0] https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/2435

  • Tags not syncing with DecSync CC
    1 project | /r/tasks | 13 Jul 2023
    Edit: and neither do some other features such as 'Filters'. I was aware that some of the features would not sync since that was mentioned in the tasks.org website. But I did not expect this to happen since the website specifically says that tags are synced with DecSync CC.
  • Task app for iOS
    1 project | /r/tasks | 11 Jul 2023
    I just kept bringing up replacing Synology with Nextcloud because of the reminder sync issue and the superior web app. If you don't rely heavily on reminders then its not a huge deal. You can read more about this at https://github.com/tasks/tasks/issues/1802
  • Just settled into TickTick
    1 project | /r/ticktick | 16 Jun 2023
    I've been trying out a TON of GTD-related apps over the years and recently settled on tasks.org to complement Google Tasks. Honestly, this is an amazing app, but it lacks features that I really want: A Web interface and integration with other applications. Then a week ago, I moved to Todoist, and while it worked great and provided much of what I wanted, its free account limitations were apparent. Bummer, as I didn't want to pay what they ask for a premium account.
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