@itsjonq/feels
Simple feels tracker
Last updated 10 months ago by itsjonq .
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❤ Feels

Simple feels tracker

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Installation

npm install -g @itsjonq/feels

Usage

In your Terminal, run the feel command:

feels

By default, it will output the help content:

❤️ Feels

feels <command>

Example:
  feels add "Great!"

Options:
  -V, --version  output the version number
  -h, --help     output usage information

Commands:
  config [options]  Configures Feels
  add|a [task]      Add a new feels for Today
  new|n [task]      Alias for "add"
  list|ls           List Today's feels
  edit|e            Edit Today's feels
  print|p           Print Yesterday's and Today's feels
  copy|cp           Copy Yesterday's and Today's feels
  open|o            Opens the feels directory
  which             Display location of feels

Configure

By default, Do will create .md files under the ~/.feels directory. You can customize the directory by running:

feels config --dir=~/Stuff/my-custom-do/here

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