How to Install Ora Task Management App on Ubuntu Linux

Computer screen with Windows and Linux apps
Computer screen with Windows and Linux apps

Ora is an agile task management and collaboration tool for teams. It enables teams to customize their projects and collaborate as they want. The app works on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, and this brief tutorial will show students and new users how to install it on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 desktops.

Ora brings teams together to collaborate on projects so work can get done as quickly and efficiently as possible. Ora can help your team communicate and collaborate, whether you’re a small or large enterprise. These conversations will be available on the desktop, mobile devices, and everywhere you have Ora installed.

Ora has almost everything your team might need to boost productivity. So if you need a platform that fosters collaboration, you may want to try Ora.

For more about Ora, please check its Homepage.

When you’re ready to install Ora for Linux, follow the steps below:

Ora doesn’t have a DEB package like typical Linux applications, or I couldn’t find it. You’ll need to use Snap package management to install it on Ubuntu.

Install Ora via Snap

Without a DEB installation package, your only choice to install Ora is via Snap. Snaps are containerized software packages that are simple to create and install. It’s a new way to manage packages on Linux systems and is supported by the top Linux distributions.

It’s probably the easiest way to install and manage packages on Linux systems, including Ubuntu.

To install the Ora task management app via Snap, run the commands below

sudo apt install snapd
sudo snap install ora

When you’re done, Ora should be installed and ready to use… To launch it, go to the Activities Overview, search Ora, and find it.

Ora task management

If you already have an account, sign in and start using Ora. If you don’t already have an account, you may want to register or sign in with one of those social platforms.

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