VSAgile, managing personal tasks is a command palette away. Considering Developers spending more time on VS Code, it would be simpler if a task board is available here.
Access command quickly from VSCode command palette Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + P
Setup base folder for your Agile Boards VSAgile: Run Setup.
Create a new board or select existing under VSAgile: Start New/Open Existing Board.
Add new columns or edit existing columns. Every board starts with a default set of columns, which cannot be deleted.
Create a new task with the add button visible at the bottom of every column.
A markdown file will be created whenever a new task is added, the same will be opened on a new view group beside the current task view.
The task can be edited or deleted later.
Install the extension from the VS Code Extension menu or download from marketplace.
Open the command palette Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + P and type VSAgile. Select VSAgile: Run Setup.
Click start and then select a directory to save your boards to.
To modify other settings, open the VS Code settings Preferences > Settings or hit Cmd/Ctrl + , and type in VSAgile in the search bar. To override the setting, copy it over to your user settings file and modify it.
Access VSNotes commands in the command pallette by pressing Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + P and typing VSAgile.