Use when away from the desktop - Zen Monk Alain M. Lafon - Conf 2019

organice looks like it could replace Orgzly for me, I'll be checking that out

@plantarum Very interesting. Did you try? What are your impressions?

@jrss not yet, but I realized it doesn't have to replace Orgzly. With an open format, there's nothing to stop us from using both, should they have complementary strengths. Just haven't had a chance to check it out yet.

@jrss the interface for working with individual org files is quite nice and intuitive.

However, it doesn't appear to support working with TODOs and scheduled items from multiple files at once, which does with its Search feature. My life is arranged in a dozen or more org files, so this is a key feature for me.

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