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It's a very simple tool to organize your workflow.
You can add main tasks and subtasks, drag and drop them around, change color, delete and save your tasks in an external file so you can continue working on your task.

How to use it v0.65:

-Finally, there's a settings tab
-It's possible to decide if you want to autoload the last file you worked on. 
-You can decide to lower the CPU usage (On by default) 
-Focus mode is here. By clicking on a Task it will automatically be clearer and vibrant in color then the other tasks. It's possible to deactivate this option on settings
-Now, it is possible to hide the subtasks of a MainTask by clicking the arrow on the left

How to use it v0.60 news:

-Changing name in Tasks, easier and immediate to say 
-Added a better menu/toolbar, now we have a tab with the name of the file we're working on. 
-New UI buttons to create, load and save the file
-Scrolling bars to have more space (experimental)

How to use it v0.55:

-Just added an autoLoad, now the STM remembers thanks to a config file the last project you were working on if you save it. It autoloads it on the bootup.
It remembers the window size as well.
-New button clears everything 

How to use it v0.5: 

-Double Mouse Click RMB add mainTask 
-Double Mouse Click LMB edit Task
-Single Click LMB to start drag and drop
-Single Click RMB to change color
-Click on the "X" btn located in the right corner to delete the task
-Click on the "+" bnt located on the right of the mainTask to add a subTask
-Drag and Drop the subtasks to change order
-Save and Load your list

Consider supporting my work, Thank you :)

Suggestions are appreciated and will be taken into consideration to be implemented in future versions

My youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/endritDevYellowHatGames
Site: https://yellowhatgames.com/

StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Linux
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(6 total ratings)
Made withGodot
Tagsgamedev, Godot, godot-engine, organizer, road-map, simple-task-manager, task-manager, to-do-list, tool, workflow
Average sessionA few seconds
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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Tasks_exSTM_0_65.zip 14 MB
Tasks_exSTM_0_65.x86_64 37 MB

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I tried to get this to start on my Laptop... I have Windows 11 (i don't know if that has anything to do with it but not a bad idea to mention) But anyway, it doesn't run when i try to execute it.

Thank you for your feedback! Honestly, I have no clue on why it's not working on win 11 and even worst I have no access to win11. Any way I can suggest a few things:
1- Extract from rar both files and make sure to have them on the same folder
2- Try to execute it like an admin(if this option is still avaible)
3- Try changing the execution mode -> left click on the stm.exe> properties>compatibility>execution mode>win10. 

Please let me know if anyone of those worked :) 


Yup did all those actions and it doesnt run :( bummer i REALLY really want something like this!

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sad to hear that, I had only an other user that used it on win11! It worked for him. I’ll try to make some other tests with other users

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i have an MSI Laptop if that makes a difference. I don't know what the other person had as far as specs but I would love to know how it worked for him! Funny enough... the highest compatibility mode i can run is for windows 8... even though its a brand new laptop. 


Would be pretty stellar if you could add features from Workflowy and markdown.


Thank you, I'll take it in consideration for the next update

Hello :) sorry for bothering, I was giving a look at the forkflowy app/software on youtube but really  I have no idea what might be some appreciated features to have :) If you have any specific feature to have I'll really appreciate it :)



It's @ and # system, node focusing, and the export features.

I’ll give a look and watch if I am able to achieve some of those features, Node focus should be definitely one of those. Thank you very much 


Of course, I love doing QA.

:), slowly improving