Note tak­ing, reimag­ined. FREE WITH IAP | AGENDA.COM

APC Australia - - Mac - JR Book­wal­ter

Note-tak­ing apps aren’t great at keep­ing tabs on when en­tries took place, while cal­en­dar apps fo­cus strictly on date and time, with lit­tle re­gard to other de­tails. Agenda bridges this di­vide, adding a project-based work­flow to make things unique. This ap­proach comes in handy for link­ing notes to spe­cific events. The re­fined in­ter­face is de­signed around your agenda, with a col­lapsi­ble pane to view up­com­ing events and jump di­rectly to re­lated notes; you can also search across all projects at once, fil­ter­ing by date range, peo­ple or tag. Sam­ple projects do a good job ac­cli­mat­ing new users, and you can im­port ex­ist­ing Mark­down or Ap­ple Notes to pick up where you left off. New notes of­fer ba­sic text styles and for­mat­ting (lists, in­den­ta­tions), but you can’t change font or text size. The lack of an iOS com­pan­ion app or col­lab­o­ra­tion fea­tures are the big­gest lim­i­ta­tions, but de­vel­op­ers say the for­mer is com­ing soon; notes can be synced with other Macs on the same iCloud ac­count, how­ever. While Agenda is free, pre­mium fea­tures are worth pay­ing for, since any pre­mium fea­tures added over 12 months are un­locked for­ever.

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