A plaintext file format for todos and check lists  ↦

For now, [x]it! is merely a file format specification.

You don’t have to use a specific tool for .xit files, the basic operations like creating items or checking them off can be done in every text editor. Tools can make the experience more convenient, though, and provide support for common use cases.

The cool thing is anybody/everybody can now develop integrations for their favorite tools.


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