Using Pinned Records in Pygmynote

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Feb 17, 2014 GMT
Dmitri Popov

The pin record feature in the latest release of Pygmynote can be used to pin any existing record, so it appears in the welcome header when you launch the application.

This feature can be put to a variety of practical uses. By pinning a record, you are effectively turning it into a reminder. You can pin tasks (i.e., records with dates) to track your deadlines more efficiently. In addition to that, the pin record feature can be used as a simple memorization tool. Pin the words or snippets you need to memorize, and you'll see them every time you launch Pygmynote.

Like everything else, pinning and unpinning records in Pygmynote is easy. To pin a record, use the p command. When prompted, enter the ID of the desired record and hit Enter. To unpin a pinned record, use the x command.

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