To-do list & time tracker for programmers and other digital workers with Jira, Github, and Gitlab integration
Organize your daily tasks in one place while making time tracking a lot less annoying. Super Productivity is a ToDo List / Time Tracker / Personal Jira Task Manager for Linux, MacOS and Windows aimed at reducing the time you spend with repetitive tasks and to provide you with a place to collect all the information you need to do your job.
And much more!
Check out the web version eventhough it is a bit limited: Time tracking only works if the app is open and for idle time tracking to work, the chrome extension has to be installed.
If you want the Jira integration and idle time tracking to work, you have to also download and install the Super Productivity Chrome Extension.
Due to certification issues it's recommended to download the app from the Microsoft Store:
# stable sudo snap install superproductivity
edge channel releases
sudo snap install --channel=edge superproductivity
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/superproductivity-bin.git cd superproductivity-bin makepkg -si
Install via homebrew cask:
brew install --cask superproductivity
Please check out the CONTRIBUTING.md
There are several ways to help.
Spread the word: More users means more people testing and contributing to the app which in turn means better stability and possibly more and better features. You can vote for Super Productivity on Slant, Product Hunt, Softpedia or on AlternativeTo, you can tweet about it, share it on LinkedIn, reddit or any of your favorite social media platforms. Every little bit helps!
Make a feature or improvement request: Something can be be done better? Something essential missing? Let us know!
Contribute: You don't have to be programmer to help. Some of the icons really need improvement and many of the translations could use some love.
Pull requests are of course very welcome! Please make sure that you're following the angular commit guidelines and to also include the issue number in your commit message, if you're fixing a particular issue (e.g.:
feat: add nice feature with the number #31).
To run the development server you need to have node installed at least in the version 12. Go to https://nodejs.org for installation instructions. You also need to install yarn which is used for dependency management.
git clone https://github.com/johannesjo/super-productivity.gitInstall dependencies
cd super-productivity yarn yarn global add @angular/cliRun the dev server
ng serveAfterwards you can open http://localhost:4200 in your browser. For most adjustments this should be enough and also enables you to use the redux dev tools.
If you want to run the app standalone do the following: ``` ng serve
yarn start ```
Packaging the app is done via electron-builder. To start packaging run
yarn dist. If you want to add new platforms and experiment with the build options the easiest way to do so is manipulating the
buildproperty in the package.json, but you can also use the command line interface of electron builder.
docker run -d -p 80:80 johannesjo/super-productivity:latest
In addition to color coding your projects and tags and to the dark and light theme you can also load completely custom css to restyle everything. To load a custom theme you simply need put them into a new file named
styles.cssdirectly in the user data folder.
If using the integrated WebDAV Syncing is not working out for you, you can also try to sync all app files, which are located in the user data folder.
For the desktop version automatic backups are stored per default in the
backupsub folder of the user data folder. Once you located a backup you can restore it on the settings page under
Sync & Export/Import/Export/Import from file.
Where user data is stored differs from os to os. The most common locations are: Mac OS:
The path should be shown when you go to the "Automatic Backups` section on the configuration page (minus the "backup" sub folder). You can also see it printed out when you start the app from the command line.
For web browsers data is simply stored for the current user inside the browser storage.
You can specify a custom folder for saving your data by starting the application with the
--user-data-dirparameter like so: