ido means "I do...".
This is a re-implementation of the task tracker carpe-diem in Rust. I used Typescript to wrote the original project and ran into the callback hell.
I have just started this project for a few days so breaking changes are expected. Use it at your own risk.
cargo install is supported.
cargo install ido
idoin a terminal to launch the app.
- if it's the first time
idois being used, you should be prompted to specify the directory at which your data are stored. Enter the full path, such as
nto track a new task
- You should see
log.jsonat the directory you specified.
You may refer to the original project, carpe-diem, for a more comprehensive description.
ido will faithfully record what you have done (task, time, duration, efficiency, custom attributes) in future-proof json files. You can store them wherever you want and use them easily in your workflow (you may do a data analysis on your own behaviour, or visualize what you have done on a calendar and share with others, for example). Many fancy and expensive iPad apps won't allow you to do so.
Currently only compatible on Linux and macOS
- Menu bar (new task|view|settings)
- Notes/Custom attributes
- add past events
- set goal + progress bar