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  1. Dec 2019
    1. You can create sub-projects (or sub-contexts) by adding a backslash
    2. Double click on a project/context select all there sub-projects/contexts, therefore show their tasks
    3. Supported toto.txt addons: due flag future note schedule
    1. Due dates and threshold dates aren't part of the todo.txt format spec! Due date and threshold date are implemented as key:value tags, which are fully compliant with the todo.txt format spec. They both are popular extensions to the todo.txt command line scripts.
    2. What are threshold dates? A threshold date indicates that a task should not be started until the threshold date. Adding threshold dates is a way to indicate "future tasks". A threshold date is formatted as: t:yyyy-mm-dd.
    1. Feed iguana +Personal @Home (A) Ask doctor about ticks +Personal @DoctorsOffice Write elephant touchscreen post +HowToGeek @Home @Laptop (B) Research laptop prices +Personal @Home @Laptop (C) Clean the damn kitchen +Personal +Cleaning @Home
    2. the system
    3. It’s flexible in precisely the way so many modern apps aren’t, and if you like tweaking things until they’re just right, I can’t recommend it enough.
    1. It's not for beginners, but it's extremely flexible once you get a handle on things. If sticking to a system is hard for you, I highly recommend giving this system a try.
    2. Best to-do list app for taking control of your to-do list
    1. Superseded by (replacement project): https://github.com/QTodoTxt/QTodoTxt2/


      Before I realized there was a replacement project:

      Blah. Looks good but unmaintained. Too many competing forks.

      Other interesting fork: https://github.com/kmicc/QTodoTxt/tree/dev

      This branch is 17 commits ahead, 201 commits behind QTodoTxt:dev. https://github.com/QTodoTxt/QTodoTxt/compare/master...kmicc:dev https://github.com/kmicc/QTodoTxt/network