Go For It! - To-do list and timer on Linux MintSection: Tools | Actuality: Unspecified
Go For It! — small program for making to-do lists. For each case in the list you can start the timer and concentrate on the task in the allotted time.
The program's main window contains a list of things you plan to do. The case can be moved up or down the list by simply dragging your mouse. To mark a task as completed, click on the checkbox to the left of the task title.
But Go For It it's not just a to-do list. It is also a tool that will help to concentrate on the next task and will hasten to perform it within the allotted time.
For example, when you want to execute another case, you have to select it in the list (just click it) and switch to the Timer tab. In the settings of the timer to set the time that you now plan to spend on this task, and push the Start button. This starts the timer countdown time. Also available buttons Done immediately to complete the task, Skip and Pause — put the timer on pause.
In addition to time to perform tasks, you can set the timer for rest. Between the execution of tasks starts a rest timer, it is convenient to arrange a fasting "five-minute".
For data storage the program uses a special format Todo.txt. This means that to view and manage your's Affairs it is theoretically possible and other programs that support this format.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mank319/go-for-it && sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install go-for-it