With NotePlan you get serious work done. It helps you to spend less time planning and more time doing. It lets you track your work and get things quickly out of your head, so you have the headspace to be creative - that's what brains are made for. Find out how!
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
1. Capture Your Thoughts
Open up today and get things off your mind. Quickly capture anything important: to-dos, details, journal entries, quotes, etc. Your mind works much better if you write down everything and don’t have to hold it in your memory.
2. Plan Your Day
Organise your tasks for the day by structuring them into headings and lists to get clarity and an overview of what needs to be done - Today. “Ultra-productive people don’t work from a to-do list, but they do live and work from their calendar.” - Forbes
3. Organize Your Projects
Create project notes for each of your goals, then schedule the to-dos into your calendar. Manage your calendar events & reminders alongside your to-dos to plan your time effectively.
4. Setup Your Routines
Establish daily routines that minimize decision making and free up your mental resources to tackle the important things. Create repeating reminders and events you do every day, week or month.
5. Review and Re-Schedule
Chances are, at the end of the day some to-dos are still open or you collected a few ideas which need your attention. Take your time and review them at the end of the day or week and make a quick decision: cancel, re-schedule or finish them right now.
WHAT ELSE IS NOTEWORTHY?
1. Your Notes, Not Our’s
NotePlan saves and syncs all your notes in plain-text files securely on your iCloud Drive. We can’t see your notes, events, reminders or anything else. Events and Reminders are integrated with your iCloud account.
2. It’s Distraction-Free
NotePlan gets out of your way with a minimalistic design. It’s just you and your day. Tools are tucked away into a custom toolbar and you can use simple, adjustable Markdown to format your notes and to-dos.
3. It Gives You a Bird’s Eye View
The weekly and monthly calendar gives you an overview of your tasks. Days in the past will be marked if they still have open tasks. And a glimpse into the future days tell you what’s coming up.
4. It Combines Notes and Calendar
NotePlan allows you to work from notes and calendar at the same time, while giving you a glance at all the events and reminders of the day.
5. It Has Themes for Every Taste
Dark, light and everything in between. Select one of many themes to change the colors of the whole app, from clear white to elegant and complete black.
NOTEPLAN FOR ALL YOUR DEVICES
Get NotePlan for Mac and iOS (iPhone + iPad) to enjoy the full power of NotePlan across your devices (sold separately). The apps stay securely synced via iCloud and iCloud Drive. We don’t store your data on our servers.
If you have any questions, suggestions or problems, please contact us. We provide fast and professional support: firstname.lastname@example.org
- New: Planned to make a call? Write the phone number directly into the todo, NotePlan can detect it now and makes it tappable!
- Fixed: Dated todos below the events were kept indented, even though the master todo was not present (now its always non indented).
- Fixed: Bold or italic links were not correctly detected, such as **https://noteplan.co**
- Updated: Onboarding improved
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Ratings and Reviews
Version 2.0 is excellent
As a person who is always looking for a better way to keep up with all the stuff I have to do, I have tried most to-do apps. The simplicity of NotePlan’s approach makes it the winner in this category for me. There’s something about having an official, discrete note for each day that just clicks with me. The manual act of rescheduling items is an automatic opportunity to re-evaluate what’s really important and decide when I actually intend to tackle each task. I can include as many or as few details as I care to when I enter an item since it’s all just plain text. The app automates enough of the process to be a help, but it doesn’t force me to use it in any particular way. It’s very flexible.
Version 2.0 is a great improvement. The interface is smooth and snappy and the themes look great. I like the way the Markdown in the actual notes is rendered in the agenda view. It perfectly blends the simplicity of Markdown with the polish and visual appeal of a more formatted presentation. I can write my notes any way I care to, and then NotePlan makes them look nice when I just need to quickly review my daily list or check off an item.
The developer is very responsive and has put a lot of thought into the UI/UX. Because of his commitment, I expect NotePlan to get even better in the future. But v2.0 is already a great step in the right direction.
An app that does exactly what I need
I loved NotePlan before, but with all the work done for version 2, I have been able to use just one app for most of my day. And within that one app, I can navigate everywhere very easily from my Today note where I have my running list of todos. I can see all my calendar events and reminders right in the today note, there’s a handy jump button to notes, arrows to get back to where I was before, pull down to create an event/reminder, touch the top of the screen from anywhere to get to Today, see todos from a note and quickly get to that note by touching the title. And everything is plain text, so my notes take hardly any storage and everything exports and shares easily to anywhere.
A very polished app that is almost universal (just needs an Apple Watch complication for that device’s home screen). I’m not a big fan of apps that are reliant on Apple’s Calendar and Reminders apps, but this app usually has those programs in the background. I also appreciate that this app has a notes feature so that I can keep track of all my lists of things that I’ll eventually schedule.
I would like to see a timeboxing feature, which for this kind of app basically means an optional setting that automatically adds an alarm to the end time of every event. This way, users can be reminded of when to start and stop a task and efficiently move on to the next objective.
- Eduard Metzger
- 25.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Eduard Metzger
- In-App Purchases
- Full Unlock $14.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
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