ToDo X is a native Cocoa to-do list application for OS X. Its user interface is deliberately, almost ruthlessly simplified, yet it provides plenty of power under the hood: it allows you to maintain multiple, prioritized lists of to-do items, each with unlimited attached notes and clickable links to Web locations, documents, folders and addressbook entries; you can link items to multiple lists and use drag & drop to copy, link or move items between lists; you can search, display or print the union of selected lists. You have instant access to your to-do lists from the dock or the menu bar, and you can create a to-do item from more...
- A Split command has been implemented to split the notes of a selected category or to-do item into pieces, creating a new to-do item from each piece. This is useful if you've been keeping a list inside the notes, and decide that you want to promote that list into actual to-do items. (The original notes are unaffected, so experiment with confidence.)
- There are now three window more...
RequirementsOS X 10.4 or later
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