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Introduction to Org-Mode and Worg

Org-mode is a powerful system for organizing your complex life with simple plain-text files. It seamlessly integrates all your notes, mindmaps, TODO lists, calendar, day planner, and project schedules into a single system that can be easily searched (e.g. by grep), encrypted (e.g. by GnuPG), backed up and synced, imported/exported, and accessed on the go (e.g. on an iPhone or Android smartphone). It can even be used for authoring web pages and documents.

Check out some screenshots of Org-mode in action. See what people have to say about Org-mode, and read a few user stories!

Org-mode is distributed as part of the Emacs text editor and runs wherever Emacs runs, including on GNU-Linux, Windows, and Mac. Written by Carsten Dominik, it is currently maintained by Bastien Guerry and used by many helpful people who, like you, are desperate to get and stay organized. You can read more on how Org-mode is maintained.

The page you're reading is part of Worg, a section of the Org-mode web site that is written by a volunteer community of Org-mode fans: Worg sources are hosted here.

It includes tutorials, ideas, code snippets, etc., shared to make your introduction and customization of Org-mode as easy as possible. Worg is maintained by a group of Worg contributors, and maybe you.

Org-Mode Resources

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Help us sustain our efforts

Org-mode is maintained and developed by volunteers on their free time.

You can help us dedicate more of our time by making a donation or by contributing directly.

Join the Community

Check out the list of Worgers and their User Pages and a few profiles of the Org-mode Community (with photos ☺). You can also meet other users in the flesh at OrgCamps.

Git'r done!

If you like losing your time by reading stuff on how to get organized, go and check the Git'r done! page.

Documentation from the website (either in its HTML format or in its Org format) is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License version 1.3 or later. The code examples and css stylesheets are licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 or later.