Simple multiplatform desktop app for storing TODOs, ideas or backlog items. You can organize them with boards as a plaintext or markdown. No dependencies, no internet connection required, no external accounts. Sleek flow.
No installation required. Just unzip archive and run executable
- Organize your thoughts with items & boards. Use Markdown or plaintext for adding new items
- Move items to other board or drag&drop for reordering within current one
- Filter board items by text
- Light/dark theme
- Simple progress bar
- Keyboard shortcuts full list available here
When new version is available just download it, unzip and enjoy. No additional action is required. All your boards and items will be available.
This is another huge update with number of significant improvements/features added. Hopefully it will stay for a longer.
Features & improvements
- dark theme
- backup to file feature
- new top bar unified acroos OS
- modals can be closed by pressing ESC or click outside modal area
- scroolbar ui improved
- number of keyboard shortcuts added
- check for updates on app startup
- other minor ui improvements...
- fixed issue which makes impossible to move some item to newly created board
- fix bug when specific items can't be edited nor deleted
- fixed issue when items list was not fully visible (last item was truncated)
Why I've wrote it ?
When programming I often have a number of ideas related to possible improvements for the future or a cool new project. Most often, it's just one sentence or a couple of words - just a draft of an idea to expand in the future.
I know that, there are hundreds of todo list managers or other notes manager, but this one will finally perfectly fulfill my needs. So far I wrote my thoughts on sticky notes, I tried Evernote, Simplenote... They are fine, but all of them were either bloated with unnecessary features or lacked the desired "flow" - when I open a program I want type down thoughts, hit enter, and get back to my actual work. That's how I write Backlog. No dependencies, no internet connection required, no external accounts etc.
It's free and opensource application under MIT license. You can do whatever you want as long as you include the original copyright and license notice in any copy of the software/source
You can build it yourself instead of downloading executable:
# install dependencies npm install # serve with hot reload at localhost:9080 npm run dev # build electron application for production npm run build # lint all JS/Vue component files in `src/` npm run lint