qOrganizer: A personal organizer on Linux
qOrganizer is a utility for Linux that helps you organize your daily stuff like, schedule, reminder, notes, to-dos etc. It has some good features for students to use as well like it provides them yo keep track of their timetable absence etc. Good part is it’s packaged as a deb file for easy installation on Ubuntu. Following are some of the features of qOrganizer:
- Innovative interface designed to be clear and simple
- Automatic saving of all data.
- Loud reminders
- A rich text journal for everyday in which you can even drag and drop images
- Searching through every entry in the journal and in the schedules
- A clear and simple todo list ( general one, not for every day)
- A flexible timetable for students which even supports different content for odd and even weeks (this is used by universities)
- A student booklet in which the user can keep track of the marks he gets in school, it even calculates averages and stores the date when the mark was given.It
- also contains absences too.
- The ability to print any page (the calendar, the todo list, the timetable and the booklet are separate pages)
- The ability to choose the storing mode: text files, sqlite database or MySQL database over the network.
- The ability to upload the stored data to an FTP server and download it. This is useful, because the user can access the data wherever he is.
- Ability to save between storing modes(so the risk of data loss is even lower)
- Maximal configurability
- 14 languages:
Let’s see how to install qOrganizer.
1. We’ll have to download the necessary deb file. Download link is mentioned at the end of the post.
2. Double click the downloaded file (qorganizer-3.1-4-i386.deb) to install qOrganizer.
3. You can start qOrganizer by going to Application > Office > qOrganizer
Download qOrganizer for Ubuntu