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Old 21st March 2017
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Default Emacs Org-mode vs Taskwarrior

Which of them do you use and why do you prefer it?
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I'm using taskwarrior for years now.
Truly underrated tool.
And fastest org-tool I know - CLI 's your friend.
A lot of options and great reporting possibilities.
And fairly simple!

I'm no emacs-User, so org-mode was never a option.... but it looks very cool too ;-)

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Thanks for opinion. It's nice to hear somebody has similar opinion to mine.
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