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Browse our collection of open source tools to increase your everyday productivity.

Chat bubbles

Keep up with your Twitter feed without leaving the terminal by using Rainbow Stream in the tenth in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
Person using a laptop

BitlBee brings multiple chat applications into a single interface. Find out how to set up and use BitlBee in the ninth in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
Writing in a notebook

Jrnl creates a searchable, timestamped, exportable, and (if you want) encrypted log of your daily activities. Learn more in the eighth in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
Team checklist

Todo is a powerful way to keep track of your task list. Learn how to use it in the seventh in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
Team communication, chat

Access your contacts more quickly by syncing them locally. Learn how in the sixth in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
Calendar close up snapshot

Keeping and sharing a calendar can be a pain. Learn how to make it easier in the fifth article in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
Filing cabinet for organization

Notmuch indexes, tags, and sorts your email. Learn how to use it in the fourth article in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
email or newsletters via inbox and browser

Mirroring your email to a local folder is the first step in taming your message pileup. Learn how in the third article in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.