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Photo by XPSon UnsplashPersonal productivity using open source software / toolsProductivity Apps can really make your workflow that much easier. In this article I share a few of the open source applications that I either currently use or have used in order order to either streamline my workflow or just increase my overall productivity. Some of these you may or may not have heard of. The productivity applications mentioned in this article are all free linux productivity applications. Tomboy/GnoteTomboy is a simple note taking application. It can be used on Linux, Windows and MacOS. Tomboy is pretty straightforward to use. You write a note, choose whether to make it a sticky on your desktop and
delete it when you're done with it. It's a great little application for taking quick notes. I find myself very often, when I am in the middle of doing something, coming up with ideas or thoughts that I want to recall. Tomboy lets me quickly pull of a note and jot the thoughts down before I forget them. I then can transfer those thoughts to a more
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