Usage: todo <command> <arguments> Commands: * add <text> add new task * start <tasknumber> [text] mark task as started, with optional note * done <tasknumber> [text] mark task as completed, with optional note * block <tasknumber> [text] mark task as blocked, with optional note * wait <tasknumber> [text] mark task as waiting, with optional note * reset <tasknumber> [text] reset task to new state, with optional note * prio <tasknumber> [text] toggle high priority flag, with optional note * due <tasknumber> [date] set/unset due date (in YYYY-MM-DD format) * append <tasknumber> <text> append text to task title * rename <tasknumber> <text> rename task * del <tasknumber> delete task * note <tasknumber> <text> add note to task * delnote <tasknumber> [number] delete a specific or all notes from task * list <regex> [regex...] list tasks (only active tasks by default) * show <tasknumber> show all task details * repl enter read-eval-print loop mode * cleanup <regex> [regex...] cleanup completed tasks by regex * help this help screen With list command the following pre-defined queries can be also used: :active, :done, :blocked, :waiting, :started, :new, :all, :priority, :note, :today, :tomorrow, :next7days, :overdue, :due, :recent Due dates can be also added via tags in task title: "due:YYYY-MM-DD" In addition to formatted dates, you can use date synonyms: "due:today", "due:tomorrow", and day names e.g. "due:monday" or "due:tue" Legend: new [ ], done [x], started [>], blocked [!], waiting [@], priority *
todo.jsonl file stores the todo data which is saved into the
$HOME folder of the current user.
How to install
npm install -g todo-jsonl