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Atom. Applications - Where does Ulysses store its local content? Introduction to Ulysses: Webinar for NaNoWriMo 2015. Daedalus Touch. Bear - Notes for iPhone, iPad and Mac. Yojimbo. Yojimbo Your effortless, reliable information organizer for Mac OS X Yojimbo makes keeping all the small (or even large) bits of information that pour in every day organized and accessible.

Yojimbo

It’s so simple, there is no learning curve. D-light ▶ MacOS X ▶ NeO. NeO NeO is a powerful outliner built for MacOS X 10.6.6 or greater.

d-light ▶ MacOS X ▶ NeO

NeO is the refined and rebuilt version of TAO and is redesigned in order to support Mac OS X 10.6 or greater. Using NeO, you can efficiently manage and organize pieces of information. NeO supports basic outliner facilities, such as creating, moving, sorting, grouping, combining and gathering items. Handling References with Ulysses for Mac. When writing a thesis or scientific paper, authors often need to keep track of references to cite other works.

Handling References with Ulysses for Mac

While it might be fine to handle those manually at first, things can get complicated with a larger number of references. Dedicated reference managers can help here, because they simplify the tasks of finding, storing and citing references. Most of these tools integrate quite well with Ulysses for Mac. In the following tutorial, we’ll use Papers as a reference manager. DEVONthink Pro as a replacement for OmniFocus. I’m trying to be more organized at work.

DEVONthink Pro as a replacement for OmniFocus

I tried out OmniFocus for its trial period and liked it, but $80 is a bit steep. I also wanted a bit more functionality; specifically, for some tasks I want to include notes and thoughts and references. So I turned to DEVONthink Pro Office, which I already use extensively for organizing documents and notes. I created a new database, “Todo”. Midnight Beep Softworks. Weekly planner for effective people. Our favorite productivity and GTD app suite for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. After much deliberation, soul searching, and not a little stress, I have come to the conclusion that the best productivity and GTD application suite for Mac and iOS users is OmniFocus.

Our favorite productivity and GTD app suite for Mac, iPhone, and iPad

This is no small decision. 5–6 years ago, this was an almost non-existent category of software. Today, solid options abound — from simple list-keeping to complex project management, GTD apps cover a wide spectrum of styles, workflows, and processes. Stepping into this arena to research and choose the overall best is a daunting task. Free Productivity Guide: Download our simple guide to productivity to help you improve your workflows and be more focused with your time and attention. Get it here. Ulysses. VoodooPad API. Public interface vpwiki_api VPWiki API Version 0.5.1 Copyright 2003 August Mueller, Michael P.

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Wilson Notes: OutlineEdit. Outlinely - Powerful outliner for Mac, iPhone, iPad. The best apps. Better together. - Zapier. Natara. TreeSheets. The ultimate replacement for spreadsheets, mind mappers, outliners, PIMs, text editors and small databases.

TreeSheets

Suitable for any kind of data organization, such as Todo lists, calendars, project management, brainstorming, organizing ideas, planning, requirements gathering, presentation of information, etc. It's like a spreadsheet, immediately familiar, but much more suitable for complex data because it's hierarchical. WorkFlowy - Organize your brain. Home - Dynalist. What is Fargo? Friday, August 23, 2013 at 3:55 AM Fargo is a simple idea outliner, notepad, todo list, blogging tool, project organizer.

What is Fargo?

. # Free Online Outliner. VoodooPad from Plausible Labs. Tabs Open pages in multiple tabs, all in the same window.

VoodooPad from Plausible Labs

Support for big documents Stuff gigabytes of data inside a VoodooPad document, it won't mind. Embed images, PDFs, and other types of files. For Mac - OneNote reader for OSX. Note-taking with Outline incorporates the best of OS X and the App functionality.

for Mac - OneNote reader for OSX

Creating, organizing, storing and editing notes with Outline is as simple as that with a real paper notebook. Outline structure is flexible. It follows and reflects the way your ideas develop. ConnectedText - Personal Wiki System. MDwiki - Markdown based wiki done 100% on the client via javascript. MDwiki is a CMS/Wiki completely built in HTML5/Javascript and runs 100% on the client. No special software installation or server side processing is required. Just upload the mdwiki.html shipped with MDwiki into the same directory as your markdown files and you are good to go! Note: The website you are currently viewing is realized with MDwiki and hosted on GitHub pages. Redirects here. Natara Bonsai downloadable from the Internet Archive. I still get visitors coming to this site looking for the outliner Natara Bonsai almost daily, as I mentioned it occasionally that it was one of my alltime favourite pieces of software.

Unfortunately the Natara Bonsai download page went down sometime in 2014, never to come back again. There is now only a placeholder page for the main Natara site that points to the Natara blog (the last post on which dates 6 June 2013). A few months after the Bonsai site has disappeared, I stumbled upon some kind of a mirror site at where it was still possible to download the software from.

I was very happy to share that link, and I got a few emails from Bonsai fans thanking me for it. Apparently Bryan Nystrom, the owner of Natara Software, Inc., was kind enough to sell them a licence. Outlining and outliners. Natara Bonsai has long been my favourite outliner, but in the last couple of years it has been gradually displaced in my daily use by WorkFlowy, mainly because WorkFlowy syncs automatically and seamlessly across all my devices using different platforms, which is very useful for capturing notes and todos and having them always available.

Nevertheless, there are situations where Natara Bonsai is still my go-to choice. For example, when I need to organise, analyse, sort and resort large lists, or when I need to hierarchically structure some complex information, where it helps that different hierarchical levels can be displayed in different colour, to guide the eye. Fortunately it is very easy to get information from Natara Bonsai back into WorkFlowy. Here is a Bonsai outline (the final bullet point has a note, displayed in the pane on the right): And here it is after having been pasted into WorkFlowy (note the inline note under the last bullet point):