General Usage Information


All commands have shorter synonyms, for example ‘a’ can be used instead or ‘add’, and once a synonym is mentioned one can assume it works for any given example even if not explicitly stated.

The Two Types of Optional Arguments

Optional arguments are shown by square brackets ([]) or curly brackets ({}) throughout this command guide. Arguments in square brackets, if not given, will be asked for through a seperate prompt before the operation can be completed whereas ones in curly brackets will be automatically set to a default - for example:

add ["New Task Description"] {Date} {Repeat}

The user will be prompted for a task description if one isn’t provided but both the Date and the Repeat will be set to their default values - today’s date and no repeat respectively.