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Tina Huynh
Tina Huynh

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Productivity Apps for Linux

Table of Contents

  1. LunaTask.app
  2. Taskade
  3. Morgen.so
  4. Zenkit Hypernotes
  5. XMind
  6. Conclusion

lunatask

lunatask is an encrypted to-do list, notebook, habit tracker, pomodoro timer, time-blocking calendar, and journaling app all in one! They use a prioritization framework to help you sort your tasks based on age, priority, and estimated time needed. You're also able to track how you feel through the mood tracker functionality of the application. Tracking your mood will give you visibility into how you're doing over time.

The notes portion of the app has markdown support, note sharing, note templates, and password-protected notebooks. You're able to use this to keep a log of your thoughts, feelings and experiences as a reflection and journal. Lunatask also has a public API, provides a quick add link specialized to you, is ADHD-friendly, and has state of the art security.

lunatask

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taskade

Supported on Android, iOS, Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, taskade allows you to organize and manage tasks and to-do lists. There are to-do lists, project boards, calendar tasks, action sheets, and mind maps. You're able to share your to-do lists, mind maps, and projects online with your colleagues as well! Planning and organizing priority tasks have never been easier!

Check out their templates here

taskade

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morgen.so

Morgen allows you to connect to ALL your calendars. Whether it be Outlook, Google Calendar, or iCloud, it gives your calendars superpowers.

  • Get quick join links for your meetings for Zoom, Google Meet, Teams, etc.
  • Get a quick peek at your calendar without disrupting your focus
  • Universal search for all your events? Yes, please!
  • Keyboard shortcuts for changing view, checking today's tasks, calendar navigation, and more!
  • Sharing your availability couldn't be easier and defend your time for doing what you want to do
  • Create one-time links for one-on-one meetings
  • Create permanent links for meetings and get link statuses
  • Tasks lists with priorities and sorting functionality

On the free plan:

  • 1 calendar account
  • 1 recurrent scheduling link
  • unlimited one-time scheduling links
  • unlimited tasks & task lists
  • productivity tools and shortcuts

On the Personal plan ($4/ monthly)

  • 2 calendar accounts
  • Personal integrations
  • 1 Recurrent scheduling link
  • Unlimited one-time scheduling links
  • unlimited tasks & task lists
  • productivity tools and shortcuts

On the pro plan ($9 / monthly)

  • unlimited calendar accounts
  • all integrations
  • unlimited recurrent scheduling links
  • add branding to your booking page
  • unlimited one-time scheduling links
  • unlimited tasks & task lists
  • productivity tools and shortcuts

Note: both personal and pro plans have a 14-day free trial
Note: Students, academics and nonprofits can get Morgen Pro at 50% discount. Download Morgen and start your free trial. Contact Morgen from your organization email to apply for the discount.

morgen

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Zenkit Hypernotes

With Hypernotes, you're able to create outlines for your notes with hyperlinkes, develop semantic graphs of various structures, collaborate with colleagues, get offline support, track your activity, integrate other platforms such as GitHub, Slack, Google Calenders, and Trello, add annotations, and much more!. Check the features listed here.

hypernotes

There is a personal, plus, business, and enterprise tier. On the personal (FREE) tier, you get:

  • up to 2 notebooks
  • up to 2 max members per notebook
  • 200 monthly comment / message quotas
  • 600 MB files & attachments
  • 4 weeks activity history
  • up to 3 Zenkit Suite connections
  • 10.000 notes
  • Multi-level outlining
  • Bi-directional linking
  • Tasks
  • Reminders

If you're interested in a bundle price, contact them

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XMind

XMind is a mind mapping and brainstorming app that is supported on macOS, Windows, and Linux. You're able to download through Snapcraft, Flathub, deb 64-bit, and rpm 64-bit. XMind is also available for iPadOS, iOS, and Android so you can have your mind maps wherever you go.

mind mapping

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Conclusion

Whether your method is mind-mapping, time-blocking or bullet journaling, your task management has to fit for your needs. If you haven't found the method that strongly fits your personality quite yet, don't sweat. It takes time to find the right one. Try several and give it some time for those new habits to set in before hopping to the next and ruling out a potential good thing.

Happy coding!

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Bishwas Bhandari

That's cool!