Outliner Software Forum RSS Feed Forum Posts Feed

Subscribe by Email

CRIMP Defined

 

MyPersonalProductivity

 

Mac software recommendations

< Next Topic | Back to topic list | Previous Topic >

Pages:  < 1 2 3

Posted by Amontillado
Jun 7, 2021 at 01:08 PM

 

A week or two ago I spent about 10 minutes experimenting with OO styles. It’s worth learning how they work.

Styles seemed buggy at first, but that was due to assumptions I made that were wrong.

Simon wrote:
OmniOutliner is very good. If you’re also looking to go mobile it is the
>most powerful outliner you can get. Yes it has some quirks; styling; but
>once you learn how it works it’s superb. One of my most used apps.

 


Posted by satis
Jun 8, 2021 at 03:03 AM

 

OmniOutliner Styles are powerful, but very clumsy and a little buggy. I use a simple but custom style for my notes with main headings bolded but everything in the same font and size, but for no reason whatsoever I periodically find some child nodes are formatted in italics and I have to open up the Inspector to delete unwanted style attributes.

That said, I really appreciate being able to easily customize my fonts, sizes and backgrounds. I’m very sensitive to the fonts used by apps and hate being stuck with something (or a limited number of options) chosen by a developer.

 


Posted by Ahmed fawzy
Jun 8, 2021 at 06:32 AM

 

Thanks to all for suggestions,
I got devonthink and I like it (PDF web capture is great!)
I already have Scrivener
regarding outliners, I think I will go back to use dynalist (omni outliner is costly)
curio looks complex and I am confused with its yearly subscription model
I think I will get vellum and tinderbox later

if you know/use a Mac app in any category (mainly productivity) and you find it indispensable/like it please recommend
Regards

 


Posted by Darren McDonald
Jun 8, 2021 at 06:54 AM

 

satis wrote:
> >For now I’m using my purchased upgrade of UpNote ($20) as a replacement
>for Apple Notes, but I’m not sure I’ll stick with it as for my needs it
>doesn’t do too much more, while being rough around the edges compared to
>other notes apps I’ve used.
>

Thank you @satis for the reminder of UpNote. I have been searching for an app that would act as a front end to Apple’s Notes app. UpNote does a nice job with features that make notetaking a better experience than Apple Notes. I tried UpNote when it was first released and I am glad that the developers have made it into the great app it is. By the way, I saw that the app was available on the macOS app store for a discounted price for a limited time. There was no hesitation for me in pushing the “pay”  button. :)  Cheers! :)

 


Pages:  < 1 2 3

Back to topic list