When comparing Teuxdeux vs Joplin, the Slant community recommends Joplin for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform to-do list app?” Joplin is ranked 26th while Teuxdeux is ranked 59th.
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Pro Fast, easy to use interface
On desktop, tasks are assigned to a single line. To see the full description, you can hover over that task. Editing can be done by double clicking, and re-ordering the events are as easy as dragging them around.
It also supports markdown - a common web formatting tool that allows italics by putting single asterisk (*) around words or phrases, and bold can be done by using two (**) before and after the phrase you want to be bold. It can also handle links by putting the text you want visible in square brackets, and the link in round brackets so this: [Slant Homepage](https://www.slant.co] would look like this: Slant Homepage
Pro Very focused, allowing it to be the best at one thing
Instead of trying to be a both a calendar and to-do app, it focuses much more on the to-do aspect. There is a calendar view, however your tasks aren't organized by time - just by order. You can reorder the day's events, and if you don't get them done they will automatically roll over into the next day, so you can be sure that you aren't ever missing anything.
Pro Supports markdown
Pro Offline access
Supports Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS.
Pro Supports tags for notes
Pro Supports multiple languages
English, French, and Spanish.
Pro Supports file attachments
Pro Web Clipper
Browser extension saves full pages, clean content, or screen selections to new notes.
Pro Open source
Peace of mind that there is no malicious piece of software in the app.
Pro Nextcloud support
Pro Active user forum with support from app creators
Support, troubleshooting, and new feature requests are easy to make at the user forum and you can contact the app creator directly.
Pro Optional CLI interface
Provides a CLI interface for terminal lovers.
Pro Timed alarm reminder for to-do lists
Con Subscription based will cost money each month
Instead of a single time purchase, Teuxdeux costs $3 each month, or $24 for a full year. There is a free 30 day trial, so at least you can try before put any money forwards, but a one time fee - even if it's $10 - is cheaper in the long run than a few dollars each month.
Con No Android support
Con Sync issue under Linux
The Linux client has a bug that requires the user to click the mouse frequently in order for sync to proceed. This bug has been open for a while.