Vim/Neovim — Managing Notes and Todo List
Compared to Vim/Neovim, one of the great features of Emacs is Org Mode. Org Mode is for keeping notes, maintaining to-do lists, planning projects, authoring documents, computational notebooks, literate programming, and more — in a fast and effective plain-text system.
In this article let’s go through the available options for Vim/Neovim for taking notes and managing to-do lists.
This is one of the most popular options we have for Vim/Neovim. Combining this with
glow.nvim which I mentioned in my previous article makes writing a Markdown document extremely easy.
VimWiki, you can:
- Organize notes and ideas
- Manage to-do lists
- Write documentation
- Maintain a diary
- Export everything to HTML
Once you master the key bindings, editing Markdown documents and writing notes should be easy.
If you want a more mature and stable note-taking solution, consider using VimWiki.
Another alternative for VimWiki is
If you are just looking for a minimal to-do list for your project,
vim-bujo could be a good option.
This plugin allows people to easily access and manage to-do lists for their projects from Vim. You can easily access and manage Todo lists of specific projects or a general Todo list.
If you just want a todo list for your project, consider using