ikog: An extensive to-do list

I am not sure why, but to-do lists seem to be among the chores most often relegated to the console.

There are literally dozens of to-do applications available, each with its own style and a varying depth of intricacy.

ikog is one of those dozens, and is among the smaller subset that arranges itself with menus and commands.

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Most of the controls and actions have keyboard shortcuts and abbreviations that can trim down the time it usually takes to work a command-driven application.

And if you find it all a little intimidating at first, a simple “help” will give you a rundown of available commands.

More impressive though, is the extensive operation manual available among the source files.

Personally I still prefer hnb for to-do lists, but that’s mostly because I use it for several different things at once.

If you prefer something more powerful, give ikog a try.

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