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5 Excellent ToDo List Apps For Linux

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Most Gnome users probably use Evolution, the default PIM, to manage their tasks and ToDo lists. However, if you are like me, who is not a user of Evolution and are looking for a native standalone ToDo list app for your Linux machine, here are 5 of the best ToDo list apps that I have tried, used, loved and recommend.

Tasque

Even though it is a simple ToDo list manager, Tasque is extremely useful and versatile that everyone will love to use it.

When you first use Tasque, you might be surprised to find that there is no menu bar or any other miscellaneous features. In fact, there is almost nothing in the whole application window except for a dropdown box (to access the categories) and an input field for you to enter your tasks. That’s it, nothing more.

One of the best thing about Tasque is its ability to synchronize with Evolution and Remember the Milk.

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