When you start the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 'Bionic Beaver' later this year, you'll find that it has a brand new application installed by default - "GNOME To Do," as you may have guessed , A "personal task management tool" designed for the GNOME desktop.
GNOME To Do application
You can quickly add edit and manage lists to this app and use the drag-and-drop feature to reorder the list's tasks. Support for plugins means that it quickly adapts to your workflow.
Because the application is now part of the GNOME core upstream of the Ubuntu desktop team, it will also be selected for inclusion in Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver.
It is not just a simple, organized notepad, but it also has the following features:
For example, the app lets you assign different priorities to your tasks, displaying the lists in different colors so that you can clearly tell the difference between them.
You can choose to give the task a deadline, add a subtask, and double-click any to-do list to add, edit or view detailed notes.
The application complies with all the GNOME application-agreed standards and is also integrated with the GNOME online account, allowing you to "sync" your tasks with the online service.
For a detailed introduction to GNOME To Do, visit its wiki pagehttps://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Todo), Which details its features, modes, plug-ins, screenshots showing the full interface and more.
If you are using Ubuntu 18.04 Daily Build, you will automatically receive updates for this app when you install the next round of updates.
If you are using Ubuntu 17.10 (or based on its release), and want to use the application now, you can do the following in Ubuntu Software:
apt: // gnome-todo