Second memory is a way to keep loose notes, journals and TODO lists inside of Atom editor. All text is written in plain markdown and you can structure your documents in whatever way you want.
Base features include
|ctrl-|||Toggle Sidebar visibility|
|ctrl-i d||Insert the current date in ISO-8601 format|
When in a
When in a
|tab||Indent selected items|
|shift-tab||Outdent selected items|
|enter||Create new item|
|ctrl-shift-t||Create a Task from the list item|
|ctrl->||Toggle the Priority of a Task|
|ctrl-shift-x||Add a Checkbox to a list item|
|ctrl-*||Add a Star to a list item|
When selection is a heading,
shift-tab will decrease / increase heading size
tab to decrease heading size:
# Heading -> ## Heading -> ### Heading
shift-tab to increase heading level:
### Heading -> ## Heading -> # Heading
Lists are lines that start with a
* or a
-, and list items must follow a correct identation, as per markdown standard.
* Item 1 - sub-item 1 - sub-item 2 - yet another sub-item * Item 2 - sub-item 1 - sub-item 2
To create a Task, select a List item and press
* [TODO] My first task
To change the Priority of a Task, press
* [TODO] [>] My first task * [TODO] [>>] My first task
You can also create checkboxes in Task sub-items, by pressing
ctrl-shift-x while positioned in a sub-item
* [TODO] Test task 01 - [ ] item 1 - [x] item 2
Pending Tasks (TODO items) will be displayed in the sidebar.
I write lots of notes, about almost everything. Writing is a very important part of my work and of my organization in general. After trying several note taking tools and not being happy with any of them, I figured I had to start building my own.
This project has been released under the MIT license. Please see the LICENSE.md file for more details.
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