Brief: Super Productivity is an awesome open-source to-do app that helps you manage tasks, track tickets, and manage time.
No matter what you do, improving productivity is a common goal for most of the people. Usually, you would end up trying various to-do list apps or a note-taking app to help yourself organize and remind things to efficiently keep up with your work.
Sure, you can check out those lists and try them as you like. Here, I’ve come across something unique that you also may want to try if you wanted a desktop to-do application with a solid user interface, GitHub/GitLab integration, and a list of essential features.
Super Productivity seems to be an impressive to-do list app with some unique features to offer. In this article, I’ll let you know all about it briefly.
Super Productivity: A Simple & Attractive Open-Source To-do App
Super Productivity is an open-source app, and it is actively maintained by Johannes Millan on GitHub.
To me, the user experience matters the most, and I’m completely impressed with the UI offered by Super Productivity.
It also offers a bunch of essential features along with some interesting options. Let’s take a look at them.
Features of Super Productivity
Add to-do tasks, descriptionTrack time spent on tasks and breakProject management (with JIRA, GitHub, and GitLab integration)Ability to schedule tasksLanguage selection optionSync option to Dropbox, Google Drive, or any other WebDAV storage locationImport/Export functionalityAuto-backup functionalityAbility to tweak the behavior of timers and countersDark Mode them availableAdd attachment to tasksAbility to repeat tasks completely for freeCross-platform support
In addition to the features I mentioned, you will find more detailed settings and tweaks to configure.
Compared to many premium to-do web services that I’ve used so far, you will be surprised to find many useful features completely for free. You can also take a look at the video below to get some idea:
Installing Super Productivity on Linux
You get a variety of options to install. I downloaded the AppImage file to test. But, you can also get the deb package for Debian-based distros.
If you’re curious, you can check out its GitHub page to know more about it.
I found the user experience fantastic with Super Productivity. The features offered are incredibly useful and considering that you get some premium functionalities (that you’d get normally with to-do web services) it could be a perfect replacement for most of the users.
You can simply sync the data using Google Drive, Dropbox, or any other WebDAV storage location.
It could also replace a service like ActivityWatch to help you track the time you work on your tasks and remain idle. So, it could be your all-in-one solution for improving productivity!
Sounds exciting, right?
What do you think about Super Productivity? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.