Vim outliner is an outliner tool. As the name implies you can write outlines with it, but with this particular one you can also create todo lists. A todo list can be created without much effort.
First open your todo file,
todo.otl for example. By using the
extension, Vim outliner will be loaded automatically.
Next, type a task you have to do in the future. This could something like
write blog post about Vim outliner. Remember, because this is Vim, you have to
i to start insert mode.
write blog post about Vim outliner
,,cb this will insert a checkbox in front the current line. Which
will make the line look like this:
[_] write blog post about Vim outliner
So now you start writing the blog post. When you're done after a few minutes
(about 30min). You can check of the item on the list. Do this by typing
Your file will look like this now:
[X] write blog post about Vim outliner
And this concludes this first How To blog post about Vim outliner.
|Add a checkbox||,,cb|
|Check a checkbox||,,cx|
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