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hpr1899 :: MyTinyTodo List

Introduction to one of my favorite productivity tools, the web-based todo list called MyTinyTodo

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Hosted by Jon Kulp on 2015-11-12 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: productivity, organization, web apps, self-hosting.
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This show is about my favorite tool to keep track of stuff I have to do, stuff I want to do, gift ideas for my family, books I want to read, HPR topics to record, etc. It's called MyTinyTodo. It's a web app that you can host on your own server and access from any device that has a web browser.

The website claims that it is already mobile friendly, but I did not like the mobile interface they had, and also did not like the fact that I had to use a different URL to get the mobile interface, so I hacked the stylesheet and the index.html file in the code to make it a responsive design. Now it looks great on all of my devices.

Features

  • Multiple lists
  • Task notes
  • Tags (and tag cloud)
  • Due dates (input format: y-m-d, m/d/y, d.m.y, m/d, d.m)
  • Priority (-1, 0, +1, +2)
  • Different sortings including sort by drag-and-drop
  • Search
  • Password protection

System requirements

  • PHP 5.2.0 or greater;
  • PHP extensions: php_mysql (MySQL version), php_pdo and php_pdo_sqlite (SQLite version).

Installation

Setup is very easy as these things go. Check out the installation instructions at their website.


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