Remindme configuration is placed in a JSON file at
An external editor is necessary for editing existing remindmes. This configures Remindme to open up the editor when adding or editing remindmes.
<command> can be the editor’s command e.g.
However, if you are using the built-in editor and want to change the ‘line end’,
that is, the
:end to something shorter or your preferred keys:
If you only encrypt your remindmes a few times, you may want to change
you choice on encrypting by default. Consequently, you won’t be asked
for a password unless you pass the option
--encrypt (requesting encryption):
Encryption can be disabled altogether:
When entering a password for a note that is about to be encrypted, you are prompted to re-enter the password so as to ensure they match. This can be disabled using:
When decryption fails, you may want to be prompted again for a correct password. This behavior can be enabled using: