Please share your setup!
I use Standard Notes for to do lists and reminders. It syncs seamlessly between my linux, windows and android.
I like bullet journaling
it is a method on how to organize analog. And I like it a lot, a lot of people moved to analog after I showed them this method.
but do yourself a favor and get a nice book, a good pen, and a pen loop so you carry both together.
I can give recommendations on all of those.
I use something that is unhackable:
Pen and paper.
And encrypt it by hand using the world’s strongest encryption:
bruh. ocr is catching up tho
Joplin, with encryption, using my Nextcloud server to sync between multiple PCs and my Android.
I don’t really keep a task list but I use calcurse which is a calendar with task/appointment stuff in the terminal. It’s awesome.
If it’s anything like my handwriting OCR or even machine learning"AI" is still very far from making heads or tails of the chaos
My current setup is a nightmare which involves at least:
- Telegram saved messages (most commonly) which has a pinned message I keep ignored saying that I have moved it to
- Matrix room with only me and E2EE with option to only send messages to verified users
- sometimes OMEMO encrypted XMPP messages between me and me
I use https://www.chriskrycho.com/2018/just-write-down-what-you-do.html with Bear.app
I want to find something like Joplin as an open-source alternative, but nothing compares to Bear.app in my honest opinion
I have tried many tools, but nothing beats Cherrytree
I use it as primary project management tool in my job And also at home for my own tasks. Main file is synced via cloud service (e2ee). There are no smartphone apps, but I try to minimize phone usage. In case I need some documents on my phone, I use Turtl. Have used Joplin before, it’s also great, maybe even better, but Turtl is better when it comes to syncing :). Also, I have Simple Notes from F-droid for shopping list
I do that too, although I do have a digital notepad app that I “carry” around for times when I don’t have paper.