In this article, you will learn how to install Todoist: todo-list, tasks, and reminders application on Linux. The guide covers all the distributions like Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Manjaro, Elementary, etc.
Todoist is a to-do list and tasks managing application for personal and professional productivity. It has millions of users using the app to organize their work and life tasks.
Recently, a desktop application for Linux is launched on the snap store. This is an official release by the developers.
Now let’s see how you can install it in your favourite Linux distribution.
Installing Todoist on Linux
The official Todoist application for Linux is available through the snap store. You can easily install it using the snap package manager.
Make sure you have snapd support in your Linux distribution. Some distros like Ubuntu, KDE Neon, Manjaro, and Zorin has snapd pre-installed.
However, many distributions do not have snap support by default so you have to set it up.
Check out this installation guide here: How to install snapd on Linux.
After having snap configured into the system, you are free to install the Todoist application. Simply execute the given installation command.
sudo snap install todoist
After the installation, you can open the app from the applications menu.
To remove the application from the system, use the command.
sudo snap remove --purge todoist
Watch Video guide on YouTube
Additionally, You can also watch a step-by-step video guide on YouTube to get a better understanding of it.
So that’s it on how to install the official Todoist application on Linux. Let me know what you think about it in the comments and subscribe to the LinuxH2O Youtube channel. Till then, keep enjoying Linux.