I recently stumbled upon an excellent todo.txt application over on Github called Sleek. Sleek parses todo.txt format into a nice, usable interface and is built on electron.
I requested the developer to offer .md files as an alternative to .txt, which he enabled quickly. The result - I can now use the todo.txt format in both Obsidian and Sleek! This is a nice enhancement to task management, that keeps the data file in one location.
Using the standard todo.md file, I can now also manage tasks on iOS via SwiftdoApp.com.
Nice little boost to unifying things.
Hello @roguefury Can you tell me how you integrate both, Sleek And Obsidain.
@Daniyal-Ahmed Pretty simple, just create a file called todo.md inside your Obsidian Vault, and then point sleek at that file.
This isn’t a sophisticated setup, but it does put the todo list in the same location as my vault. I hope that helps.
Oh I understood Now! This is just to Keep everything at same folder(Vault). It would be great if the Sleek Documents could be opened in Obsidian. Like a note. Thanks @roguefury
@Daniyal-Ahmed Actually, that is precisely what I can do now. While Sleek requires the todo.txt format, the developer updated the app to accept .md files. Now, my todo.md sits inside my Obsidian vault, where I can edit it. It’s also accessible by Sleek. This is pretty cool
Wait, It can also edit it! I will try that with .md file!
I started to use Todotxt.net yesterday after a week thinking about data blocking and privacy (Notion was my task and project manager until now), so I very happy to see one more app using todo.txt, specially one with a beautiful interface.
Now that I trying to use Obsidian as a simplified productivity manager, the integration between Sleek and Markdown is a good boost. Thank you for sharing it!