Like to make your to-do's in plain text? Use TaskPaper format and Alloy's facilities to achieve that.
TaskPaper knows about three things: projects, tasks and tags.
To create a project, type a line ending with a colon:
To create a task, type a line starting with a dash followed by a space:
To create a tag, type the @ symbol followed by a name. Tags can optionally have a
value in parentheses after the tag name:
Put these things together to make lists:
- Milk @priority(1)
To utilize TaskPaper format you can use either:
- @priority(value) - defines reminder's priority. Priority value can be 0, 9, 5 or 1 (None, Low, Medium or High priorities).
- @note(text) - defines reminder's note.
- @done(value) - defines whether reminders is completed. Done value can be either 1 or 0 (completed or not).