Adding a note is simple:
To exit edit mode, you need to type
:end in a separate line. You can also use
C to exit.
If you have content that you want to add without entering edit mode, you can simply pipe it into remindme.
This is useful, say, you have a file with some content and want to save it as a note.
To see the notes you have added:
Reading a note is even simpler:
If you want to get the raw, unmodified content
without colors, status information, etc.,
-o/--raw flag. This is useful when you want to
pipe the content to some other process.
Editing an existing note is simple too. Although we need an external editor for this.
A simple format for this command would be:
We may require to remove a note:
When you list the remindmes with
--list, they are numbered in the list
shown. To allow faster operations, the number, here referred to as the
index, can be used instead of the title. You just have to use
to tell remindme, that it is an index.
Note: These indices change with additions and removal of other notes since the list is kept ordered alphabetically. Do not assume a remindme has the same index, without checking first.
Removing all remindmes (TAKE CARE):
See help information with:
Version information can be seen with: