Sleek is a free and open source todo manager based on todo.txt for Linux, MacOS and Windows. It operates on the todo.txt framework and is distributed under the open-source MIT license. With Sleek, you have the flexibility to craft new todo.txt text files or seamlessly import tasks from an existing todo.txt file. Managing your to-dos is made intuitive, allowing you to easily mark tasks as complete and toggle their visibility. Notable features encompass the ability to group tasks by priority, sort them by due date, utilize convenient keyboard shortcuts, implement tabindex, leverage a built-in file watcher, include hyperlinks, and enjoy support for a dark theme.
Users can easily add and search for todos using a variety of criteria such as priority, contexts, projects, due date, creation date, completion date, recurrence (repeating todos), and threshold dates (deferred todos).
Sleek further enhances user experience with inline autocomplete for adding contexts and projects. Users can create todos in bulk or use the multi-line feature, making task input efficient and user-friendly. Navigating through Sleek is made intuitive with keyboard shortcuts, providing a efficient user experience. The inclusion of due date notifications ensures timely task management.
Install Sleek on Ubuntu
Sleek is available via Snap, AppImage, and in the native DEB package file format. You can install it using the terminal command line app.
Install Sleek via Snap:
Open the command-line terminal app (ctrl+alt+t) and run the sleek installation command. It will install the latest version of sleek on your system.
sudo snap install sleek
After the installation, you can open it via the Ahow Apps application menu or via below command.
Install Sleep via AppImage:
Download sleek in .AppImage file format from the above download link and save it in your Downloads folder.Open terminal and run below installation commands one by one.
Note: Here “sleek-2.0.3.AppImage” downloaded file name. You can change below commands based on your file name and path.
sudo chmod +x ~ sleek-2.0.3.AppImage
Install Sleek via DEB:
Same as like the AppImage download the latest sleek in .deb file format and save in your Downloads folder. In terminal run below command to install it.
sudo apt install ./Downloads/sleek_2.0.3_amd64.deb
Note: Here “sleek_2.0.3_amd64.deb” download file name. You can change above command based on your file name and path.