Short Information about OpenTodoList
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Stay Organized

Organize todo lists, notes and images in libraries. Create e.g. a library for personal use and one for work. In addition, you can tag items inside a library, which allow you to easily break down larger collections into smaller parts.

Sync Your Data With NextCloud, ownCloud and More

OpenTodoList allows you to synchronize your libraries with NextCloud, ownCloud and other WebDAV enabled web storage servers. In addition, as libraries are basically just a set of folders and files, you can use any third party synchronization tool of your choice.

Your Data is Yours

We do not restrict the cloud platforms your can use to synchronize data. We have support for some platforms like NextCloud or ownCloud, which you can easily host yourself on your own or trusted hardware. In addition, you can opt to create libraries just locally e.g. on your laptop - there’s no better way to prevent confidential information to leak.

For Desktops and Mobiles

OpenTodoList is designed to run on both Desktop Operating Systems like Linux, macOS and Windows as well as mobile ones like Android.

We hope you had a pleasant start into the new year! 🎉🥳🎆

We definitely had - and on top even found some time to prepare the next release of OpenTodoList! And the list of changes that made it into this release is really not short. So, here we go:

Changelog

  • rpdev/opentodolist#280: Fixed an issue which caused the app to crash when terminating it on Android and iOS.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#203: Fixed opening images from the Gallery on Android devices.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#277: Properly install a *.desktop file, which is required for some systems like Flatpak to extract meta information.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#256: The user experience using the Snap version of the app has been improved. Concrete, the snap contains all of the dependencies, so it is no longer required to run some cryptic “connect” commands manually after the installation.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#261: Items in the library page can now be sorted (e.g. by name or due date).
  • rpdev/opentodolist#271: When running on mobile devices or when the app window is rather small, dynamically show tool bar icons and do not cut them off. Additionally, show a menu which contains all actions which are not currently shown as toolbar icons.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#272: The app is now properly packaged and available via the iOS app store.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#262: Store the created at and updated at timestamps. These properties can be used when sorting items e.g. in the library page or inside a todo list.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#259: Fix the app translations. They now work again. Additionally, users can select the language to show the app in using the settings.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#264: In todo and tasks lists, one can now use a swipe from left to right to mark the todo or task as done (or undone).
  • rpdev/opentodolist#274: Improved the todo drawer. There were several usability issues with the previous implementation, such that it did not resize properly and it was not possible to use swipe gestures in it.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#247: Added a button to set the due date in the swipe menu in todo lists to quickly add a date.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#282: Generate proper version numbers for iOS release.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#279: Ensure the app generates proper file names when adding images. This is especially important on iOS when adding images from the gallery.

Downloads

  • Please find the download links for major platforms on GitHub.
  • For Android, the release is available via Google Play.
  • For iOS, the release is available via the App Store.
  • If you use snap, you can install the app from the snapcraft.io.
  • If you use flatpak, you can install the app from Flathub.
This release - besides the many changes required to make it available on iOS - also has some very useful changes in general.

Known Issues

There are currently no known issues. If you encounter any issues, please file a bug report in the bug tracker.

We already are well into November, so actually, it is time for another OpenTodoList release. Once again, from a feature perspective, this is not the most existing one you might hope for, but for some users, it might be a very good release, though 😉

Changelog

  • rpdev/opentodolist#227: This is a minor fix in one of the unit tests of the app. Annoying for the developer, for users, it shouldn’t be too relevant.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#255: For Android, we upgraded to Qt 5.13.1 to solve an issue with HTTPS connections.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#270: The macOS release of the app is now signed, so when updating to the new release, no more annoying dialogs that the app is not from a trusted developer 🥳
  • rpdev/opentodolist#257: Again, this is more back end stuff… We now build the app again using qmake instead of cmake. This has practical reasons: qmake is a first class citizen in the Qt world, which is especially noticeable when it comes to support for mobile devices. In particular, starting with the next Qt release (5.14), we’ll be able to gain support for Android App Bundles (AAB) out of the box - something not so easily done with cmake. In the end this means: More time in the future for working on new app features!
  • rpdev/opentodolist#231: This is basically the bummer of this release. OpenTodoList now can be build and run on iOS! You won’t find the app yet in the iOS app store, but hopefully, it will only be a matter of days. We probably will start with a testing phase (with open beta, so everyone interested can join), before it goes public.

Downloads

  • Please find the download links for major platforms on GitHub.
  • For Android, the release is available via Google Play.
  • If you use snap, you can install the app from the snapcraft.io.
  • If you use flatpak, you can install the app from Flathub.
OpenTodoList now can be build for and run on iOS.

Known Issues

There are currently no known issues. If you encounter any issues, please file a bug report in the bug tracker.

Just a few days after v3.16 has been released, here comes another release of the app.

Changelog

  • rpdev/opentodolist#255: We updated the Qt version used on Android to v5.13.1. This is required as otherwise on some versions of Android the sync with servers via HTTPS is not working correctly.

Downloads

  • Please find the download links for major platforms on GitHub.
  • For Android, the release is available via Google Play.
  • If you use snap, you can install the app from the snapcraft.io.
  • If you use flatpak, you can install the app from Flathub.

Known Issues

There are currently no known issues. If you encounter any issues, please file a bug report in the bug tracker.

October has come, and with it another version of OpenTodoList is due. The list of changes might not be too long, but it still should make you excited 😉

Changelog

  • rpdev/opentodolist#252: For the Flatpak version of the app, we updated the used KDE runtime to v5.13.
  • rpdev/opentodolist#253: The latest greatest versions of Android and iOS now support a dark theme out of the box. The best way to celebrate this? Adding a dark mode to OpenTodoList as well! You can now select between a light and a dark theme. Additionally, you can also use automatic setting of the theme (however, this currently only works an Desktop systems).

Downloads

  • Please find the download links for major platforms on GitHub.
  • For Android, the release is available via Google Play.
  • If you use snap, you can install the app from the snapcraft.io.
  • If you use flatpak, you can install the app from Flathub.
The app now supports a dark mode!

Known Issues

There are currently no known issues. If you encounter any issues, please file a bug report in the bug tracker.

Another month, another release of OpenTodoList. This release comes with two new tweaks to the user interface, that you’ll hopefully will find useful.

Changelog

  • rpdev/opentodolist#235: Todo lists can now be sorted by either their title or their due date. If you have larger lists, that might be useful to keep a better overview of your lists. Of course, you can still also manually sort your todos (which is the default setting).
  • rpdev/opentodolist#246: When creating a new todo, you can select a due date, which is immediately set on the newly created todo. This is useful if often set due dates on todos, because you don’t need do open the todo after creating it, which saves you some clicks.

Downloads

  • Please find the download links for major platforms on GitHub.
  • For Android, the release is available via Google Play.
  • If you use snap, you can install the app from the snapcraft.io.
  • If you use flatpak, you can install the app from Flathub.

Known Issues

There are currently no known issues. If you encounter any issues, please file a bug report in the bug tracker.