How to install Taskbook on Ubuntu – Best command-line Task Management & Note Taking app
Taskbook is a free and open source task management & note taking app for Linux, MacOS and Windows. This is a simple but powerful command-line terminal app where you can manage your tasks and notes across multiple board. You can view the tasks and note in board & timeline views. You can configurable Taskbook app through ~/.taskbook.json file and the data stored in JSON file at ~/.taskbook/storage file. Some of the important features are atomic storage, task Priority, task favorite, Search & filter task and notes, you can restore deleted tasks and notes. It is released under MIT license.
Install Taskbook Task Management & Note Taking app on Ubuntu:
You can install Taskbook Task Management & Note Taking app via snap and node package manager on Ubuntu.
Install Taskbook via snap:
Open your terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and run this Taskbook snap installation command.
sudo snap install taskbook
Enter your Ubuntu password. This will install the latest taskbook on your Ubuntu system.
Install Taskbook via npm:
First you need to install node and npm on Ubuntu . Please follow the below installation tutorial link.
Then run this command to install Taskbook node package.
npm install --global taskbook
You can list all your task via below command.
To create task
tb --task First Task CONNECTwww.com
tb Display board view
tb –archive Display archived items
tb –begin Start/pause task
tb –check Check/uncheck task
tb –clear Delete all checked items
tb –copy Copy item description
tb –delete Delete item
tb –edit Edit item description
tb –find Search for items
tb –help Display help message
tb –list List items by attributes
tb –move Move item between boards
tb –note Create note
tb –priority Update priority of task
tb –restore Restore items from archive
tb –star Star/unstar item
tb –task Create task
tb –timeline Display timeline view
tb –version Display installed version