In the next article we are going to take a look at WeekToDo. This is a weekly to-do planner, which is minimal and free for our tasks. It is a program that will offer us the possibility of improving our productivity by defining and managing the week and our life plans, in an easy and intuitive way.
If you are interested in a program for better organize your week using a PC, this program may be interesting for you. In Ubuntu systems, we will have the option to get hold of this program thanks to its snap package and the .DEB package offered by its creator.
In this software it has been sought that the security of user data is not compromised. WeekToDo is totally focused on privacy, and this is so because all data will be stored on our computer. This program is a completely free project available to everyone. It can be used on any desktop operating system or web browser.
General features of WeekToDo
- It is a program multi platform.
- The interface will offer us tips on what this program can do.
- Will allow us export or import our lists, to always have them available.
- We can use a custom to-do lists.
- The program will also allow us drag and drop tasks so that we can organize them to our liking.
- The interface can be translated into different languages, among which is Spanish.
- We can create subtasks.
- It also has markdown support.
- It will also give us the possibility of change the light theme to a dark one.
- The user interface is customizable. It will allow us to see more or fewer days, see the calendar or zoom in or out.
- Storage is done locally.
Install WeekToDo on Ubuntu
In case you want try this program in web browser, without installing anything, you can go to the following Web address.
As snap package
If you are interested in installing the WeekToDo programmer in Ubuntu, you can use its corresponding snap pack. To carry out the installation with this type of package, we will only have to open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T), and install the latest stable released version of the program using the following command:
sudo snap install weektodo
If at another time, when a program update is published, we are interested update it, you just have to use the command:
sudo snap refresh weektodo
After installation, we can start the program from the Applications menu, or from any other application launcher that we have available on our computer. It will also allow us to start the program by typing in a terminal:
For uninstall the WeekToDo program installed as snap package, we will only have to open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and use the uninstall command shown below:
sudo snap remove weektodo
As deb package
To install this program as a .DEB package in Ubuntu, we will have to download said package from releases page of the project. In addition, to download the latest version published today, we can also open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run wget in it as follows:
When the download is finished, we only have to go to the folder in which we have saved the file, and install it by running in the same terminal the command:
sudo apt install ./WeekToDo_1.4.0_amd64.deb
At the end of the installation, we can search for the program launcher on our system to start the program.
If you are interested uninstall this software, it will only be necessary to open a terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and write in it:
sudo apt remove weektodo
Nowadays, completing our tasks on a regular basis may require careful planning and organization, so that you do not forget them or you can meet a deadline. In general, this is a basic tool to which users can turn when we encounter problems when prioritizing and organizing our tasks, regardless of whether they are related to home or business. Due to its simple and intuitive GUI, even users with little or no experience can benefit from this software.
For more information on this program, users can go to the project website or his repository on GitHub.