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Process
Process
3.0.13
3.5
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Process free download for Mac

Process for Mac3.0.13

25 February 2010

Organize your ideas and projects.

What is Process for Mac

Process gives users the freedom necessary to be creative and the flexible framework needed to get things done. All within one versatile window, users can brainstorm, organize, schedule, plan, coordinate, collaborate, and do the work.

The Process 3 all-in-one-window interface was kept clean, simple and intuitive to maximize speed, convenience and flexibility. Beneath the utilitarian toolbar you find five distinct but functionally-interlocked panes that give you full control over all your projects and all the elements needed to accomplish each phase.

Features:

  • Smart Projects: Does for your tasks what Smart Playlists did for your tunes. Based on the search criteria that you define, your Smart Projects will give you the answers you want and keep them up to date through the power of Spotlight technology.
  • Resources: Websites, text documents, photos, movies, music, applications, whatever-as many resources as you need can be linked or attached to each of your project outline items. Every time you click on a particular item, the icons of all the resources that you have harnessed to it will appear instantly in the Source panel which strategically separates your project item listing from the lower Notes/Source View pane where you can display resources and do your work.
  • Collaboration: Process 3 gives you Shared Project capability. Simply select the target project and choose File menu>Share. Presto! Your project-and all its resources-are instantly shared with all the Macs on your network and clearly identified with a small shared icon. Everyone on the network can collaborate on the project and even Source documents.
  • Archive, Backup, Calendar: Now you can back up your entire Process database to .Mac. Process\'s new core engine assures seamless synchronization with iCal calendar start dates, due dates and alarms. Moreover Process 3 allows you to keep your completed items and to work or just to pass it over again in the future. Items labeled as "done" will automatically be placed in the Archive folder.

What's new in Process

Version 3.0.12:
  • Process User Manual added.
  • Styles bug fixes.
  • Interface improvements.
  • Other minor improvements and bug fixes.
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Levelbest
Levelbest
Jul 29 2017
3.0.13
0.0
Jul 29 2017
0.0
Version: 3.0.13
This is odd. I searched on MU using "Process" and got no hits for this page. I only discovered it with a separate Google search. July 2017 and Process is still dead and surprisingly, it still runs. I am just doing some housecleaning on one of my drives and, wow, I misses this app. Jumsoft was very bad in abandoning all their products like they did with no warning or communication so I am not imagining a rebirth. I am posting to ask if anyone stumbles across this, if anything can do what Process did? It was a great research tool. I used it to take a topic/idea. Then I could add notes. Active URL links, documents to a bar above the window below it. It was a great way to organize my thoughts, save or bookmark links related to an idea. I know there are other organizing tools for outlines but as far as I know, those are one idea per item. Process allowed me to put many items with one idea. I was wondering if something like Tinderbox might be tweaked to do something like this? I have never used it but, I would love to get the functionality back I had in Process. The idea in Process reminds a bit of Devonthink although Devonthink is far more robust. DT is also more dependent on indexing or importing what you already have so I am not sure it is a stand alone organization tool like Process was. And there is that little problem with Devonthink - their customer service totally sucks. We already know with Jumsoft that poor customer service is not a good thing.
ElshadN4557
ElshadN4557
Aug 6 2014
3.0.13
4.5
Aug 6 2014
4.5
Version: 3.0.13
good app
Caractacus
Caractacus
Jun 13 2012
3.0.13
0.5
Jun 13 2012
0.5
Version: 3.0.13
To all intents and purposes the software is dead. Removed from the Mac App Store, all mention of it erased from the devs website. No mention of why it's been abandoned. It was a promising little piece of software. Thank goodness I didn't pay more than a couple of quid for it in a sale. I'd be fuming if I'd paid full price for abandonware barely a year since it went on sale, and not opened out to the public, just deleted. Quite shameful of the devs really and will stop me investing in any further apps from them
theotheoria
theotheoria
Jan 2 2012
3.0.13
4.0
Jan 2 2012
4.0
Version: 3.0.13
Process is really great piece of software. It's easy and functional app. It's sad to see that Jumsoft is not interested in the development of this app. Now they are working under Bill Engine and Money. It's cool apps but Process too, I think. For this version Process often lagging with big number of tasks, haven't normal syncing between computers, haven't ios versions for iPhone and iPad. I'd like to see all these features, but all makes it clear that it can be only in my fantasies. There's no information about any processes with Process...
Jief
Jief
Sep 21 2011
3.0.13
2.0
Sep 21 2011
2.0
Version: 3.0.13
I fail to see the real interest of this software in fonrt of its competitors. Ok it's simple enough to use. But it's not very communicative, not very pretty, not very rich in options. As a light To do manager, I prefer Things by large. But if it's free and if you don't already have one, take this.
xeon-Lee
xeon-Lee
Dec 18 2010
3.0.13
4.0
Dec 18 2010
4.0
Version: 3.0.13
light weight, easy to use, not complicated U
niru
niru
Dec 17 2010
3.0.13
3.0
Dec 17 2010
3.0
Version: 3.0.13
hahaha...I like it, I make full use of it as a student
Pneshati
Pneshati
Dec 15 2010
3.0.13
4.5
Dec 15 2010
4.5
Version: 3.0.13
I think that Process is a very good application, no doubt about it. I do agree, though, that for an application to be taken seriously, it must have a companion app for the iPhone, or at least for the iPad. It has excellent exporting options, and is compatible with MobileMe, something that is very important for several Mac users out there. While it is less known and probably not as preferred as Cultured Code's Things, it is a simple and powerful tool. The free license was, without a doubt, a very good move on Jumsoft's part. I appreciate the different text styles and the labels features. All in all, this is a cheaper product than OmniFocus, OmniGraffle, and Things, yet it is not lacking much. I strongly encourage that people take advantage of the free serial number giveaways, even if that means making a new Twitter account.
Mionio
Mionio
Dec 14 2010
3.0.13
4.0
Dec 14 2010
4.0
Version: 3.0.13
It's a nice product
Yappa
Yappa
Nov 14 2010
3.0.13
0.0
Nov 14 2010
0.0
Version: 3.0.13
Best steer clear of this one; both the product and the developer that is. Like other commenters below I found several significant bugs and unfinished sections/features in this product too late ... yes, I had already paid for it. Not to worry (I thought) the developers web site certainly seemed professional and the product had been included in a promotional bundle so I assumed they must also be reputable by someones reckoning; but I was oh so very wrong. After a very polite email to the developer pointing out several of the bugs and faults, and also including some feature suggestions, I still haven't even been acknowledged. I sent that email just over 6 months ago. Oh I'm sure if the developer reads this s/he will make some promise about an imminent update, just like the one made below regarding the User Manual, I can tell you it never happened. The shame of it all is that the foundation of a truly great little App was all there and quite apparent; too bad the developer just 'walks away' from his paying customers. Especially those of us who are busy IT consultants and are in the position where we can choose to expose their products to our client base/s ... or NOT.
Geccoh
Geccoh
Aug 5 2010
3.0.13
0.0
Aug 5 2010
0.0
Version: 3.0.13
Been playing with this for the past couple of hours, but although it initially seemed to be a great app, it soon became apparent that it still has some shortcomings. First an iPhone/Touch/etc app counterpart is needed, maybe I just missed it. Next, Styles need some major rethinking. Although you can add styles in Preferences, they don't seem to show up in the style picker on the Info screen. Did I mention an iPhone app is needed? I also think there should be an option to tread tasks without due dates, as due within x amount of time in Smart projects. An iPhone app would be nice. Finally, an important oversight on the developers part, which I came across. When first assigning a Pword to a project there should be a 'verify password' box. Or at least allow the user to override the PW by entering the master PW. Keep up the good work, and provide an iPhone app :)
Konfu
Konfu
Feb 10 2010
3.0.12
0.0
Feb 10 2010
0.0
Version: 3.0.12
Thanks for your comments! Incidentally, we are currently updating the Process user's guide as it's definitely been some time since we last changed it. Sorry about that, and we are going to add the new guide next week.
Anon-Bud
Anon-Bud
Feb 2 2010
3.0.11
0.0
Feb 2 2010
0.0
Version: 3.0.11
Glad I bought this on the MacUpdate Promo as there are several bugs in this app. Many keyboard shortcuts listed in the Help Viewer do not work. Help viewer also mentions items in the main menu bar that simply do not exist. Hope these are just bugs. But they're making this app a very quirky one to work with!
Sw-tester
Sw-tester
Sep 30 2009
3.0.9
2.0
Sep 30 2009
2.0
Version: 3.0.9
In a crowded market for this kind of software the one feature that makes Process good is network sharing. nice if it worked right! Your cursor moves if another user starts editing any of your shares. if you are typing at the moment the other user is typing then your typing continues in the new location that the other user is typing so it gets all messed up. multiple users can edit the same item at the same time which means data can get corrupted. Process does not use record locking. NOTE: URL source (ie attaching urls to an item) causes errors preventing sharing from working. If you don't set preferences Delete unshared project, and if you turn off your computer before the other user they will all of a sudden have your shared projects permanently in there Process. Plus next time you turn on your computer they will show your shared projects doubled. It's a nice product if they would just fix these problems that have persisted for over a year.
anonymous-coral-5138
anonymous-coral-5138
Jul 3 2009
3.0.8
5.0
Jul 3 2009
5.0
Version: 3.0.8
Very useful simple application for anyone that have small business needs. What i Like: - simple, user friendly interface - You can organize Your work in goal/ steps approach - simple sync with ical of the steps in Process (two options available as to do's or calendar items) - password encryption of every project - good price (specially when You buy with the bundle with Money and Relationship). - stable program This program is very flexible, and easy to lear to use. It matches my needs for a simple program to help me organize my complexed works or planning the achievement of my goals in the future.
Dtruett1
Dtruett1
Feb 16 2009
3.0.8
0.0
Feb 16 2009
0.0
Version: 3.0.8
Gotta agree with AROBULACK on Jumsoft and their product commitment or lack thereof. I Emailed them a week and a half ago with a question about synching via SugarSync or plans for MMe. I also sent an Email to the developer at Things. I heard from Things within hours. Still haven't heard from Jumsoft.
Tfindlay
Tfindlay
Jan 10 2009
3.0.6
5.0
Jan 10 2009
5.0
Version: 3.0.6
Way back when I used Process 2. Process 3 is a big step up. It has been working flawlessly for me and I am becoming dependent on it for keeping track of my project related tasks. I like the simple yet flexible way it lets me organize my projects. Linking and attaching files to project tasks is essential to me and Process 3 lets me do this with the ease of drag and drop. iCal integration is a big plus and is well implemented with two-way communication between Process 3 and iCal.
Macbliss
Macbliss
Feb 18 2008
3.0
4.0
Feb 18 2008
4.0
Version: 3.0
So far this app has been working wonderfully. Hasn't crashed once I might add. Favorite features thus far ... • Outliner • iCal Sync • Transfer (aka cloning) • Custom Columns • Sources -- the ability to link files and urls to individual tasks -- and view web pages and other file types within Process. After using it for a few weeks, here's some features I thought might be welcomed additions (in no particular order): Flag option, like in Mail, Mori, Yojimbo, etc. Drag and drop capability of "transfer" command (an awesome feature by the way). Trash Can for deleted items. Manual option for Archive command, in addition to automatic. Nested Project capability, like tasks. Option to not include "transfer/cloned" items in smart projects. At present duplicates show up, which limits their usefulness. Custom project icons, like Journler has for folders, where you can add an image to represent its contents/purpose. Quick entry panel -- like Things, OmniFocus, etc. -- and/or a Service that can be used with Quicksilver, for easily adding items to a project, i.e., an inbox. Keep up the good work.
Macbliss
Macbliss
Feb 7 2008
3.0
4.0
Feb 7 2008
4.0
Version: 3.0
You guys rock. Nice job. Boy it was a long time coming -- but it sure seems worth the wait. I can't wait to get started using Process 3. It even has seem-less 2-way ical syncing! Yahoo! At 39 it's a steal. And with upgrades at only $19 you have got me sold without a doubt! This is one of the fastest upgrades I've every decided upon. I'm more than excited I can't tell you. If you are overly frustrated with the state of outing and task managers -- and don't want to compromise functionality for eye candy or vice versa -- give the new Process 3 a try. I am overjoyed that these guys have revitalized this app. The syncing problems of version 2 should now be a thing of the past. Boy, I'm sure glad I upgraded to Leopard. Thanks a million guys. You have made my day.
Macaholic!
Macaholic!
Dec 20 2007
2.0.3
0.0
Dec 20 2007
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
While I freely admit that I like several aspects of Process, such as iCal integration (wish for Addressbook integration as well, please), it's Cocoa UI aesthetic, it's document linking IN THEORY), there are some precarious bugs with this app. File saving should indeed be automatic. And I have on occasions experienced it NOT saving when quitting, myself. This induces a high degree of mistrust in the application... and such applications REALLY need rock-solid dependability! File linking is inconsistent -- not from a bug perspective, but rather by design. The Process data files are in fact packages, and SOME file types indeed get "eaten" by Process, as they are moved into your data file's package. This is damned dangerous if you ask me. And, it's a little too aggressive o Process' part, thinking it can be-all and do-all as well as other dedicated applications. Process should simply utilize Finder aliases. This would make tracking of files that are moved, as well as being able to reference one file more than once within Process, easier. My Process data file is littered with broken links. Unless I am not using it properly, the iCal integration is buggy. When I try to set a future iCal event as an alarm, Process puts it in on the DATE CREATED. Also, you cannot fully search note contents; only "Item" (or event heading) text. This is a major problem, as -- at least as far as I can determine -- because a lot of data is "hidden" from Process' search function. I have many Items with the default not loaded with text. But, I can't search this text. Major problem. Also, it would be great if, while being able to preview web pages within Process, an option to "Open page in default browser" would be highly welcome. And yet, with all these problems, I have twice tried OmniOutliner... but have come back to Process. Process feels like a Mac application, whereas Omnioutliner feels like a Windows port. I really like its iCal integration... if I can get it to work properly. Process is in dire need of a major revision and ironing-out of bugs. It's potential is serious. OH! AND PLEASE JUMSOFT do NOT go the way of iCal/Leopard and eliminate the shelf. I absolutely HATE the way Apple changed iCal in this regard. WAY too many clicks/keystrokes to get editing on stuff.
Arobulack
Arobulack
Nov 22 2007
2.0.3
0.0
Nov 22 2007
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
Jumsoft is clearly a very ambitious company, considering their wide variety of product offerings. However, consider carefully before you lay out your hard-earned cash for any of them. The company's support is dismal, and they permit well-known and documented bugs to exist in their products for long periods of time (i.e. Process went for almost a year without a single upgrade, despite their public acknowledgement that several of its key advertised features were non-functional). This is a company that needs to take a step back and decide if they're all about quality or quantity. Currently, for them, it's quantity, and hence the quality of their products and their support system is very low.
Arobulack
Arobulack
Nov 20 2007
2.0.3
0.0
Nov 20 2007
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
OMG!! It's ALIVE!!!!!
Cascadehush
Cascadehush
May 20 2007
2.0.2
0.0
May 20 2007
0.0
Version: 2.0.2
I would have bought this program, dispite it's limitations, if it was half the price. I love the implementation of the outline view of the project, and the ease in which you can add items, and make them into a heirachy. It is by far the most intuitive way of laying things out and navigating through a project. It combines the power of an outliner with the clarity of a 'Yojimbo' or 'Journler' wrt the notes pane. But here are the deal-breakers that are simply not tolerable in a $40 program: 1) When you drag and drop a file onto an entry, it imbeds a copy the file in the the process data file. You can create a link to a file, but you have to do this through the file open dialog. I hate the file open dialog and avoid it like the plague. Why should I have to re-navigate to a file when I already have it selected in the Finder. This could be fixed by a simple preference option to default to linked rather than embeded files. 2) It's way to easy to check and uncheck an item that contains sub-items. If you are partway through a project and have some sub-items ticked, and then by accident you tick/untick the main item, you lose track of what items are incomplete/complete. There should be an option to 'protect' item with sub-items, such that the main item only becomes checked when all the sub-items become checked. 3) You would think that double-clicking on a linked/embeded file would open it in the appropriate program (like preview, word, etc) but it doesn't. Failing that you would think that a right-click menu would allow you to do it. Neither of these options work. Instead, you have to select the item, then use the 'gear' button, select 'Open with' and then from the sub-menu, select the appropriate program. This is just way too convoluted. 4) You can't drag and drop URLs from Firefox. I know that Firefox doesn't use standard URL drag objects like Safari does, but surely it's such a popular program that it deserves a little work on the part of the the programmers to make it work. You can drag and drop a URL from Firefox to Safari, so it is technically possible to implement such functionality. 5) When collapsing an item, it would be nice if the due-date would reflect the most recent due-date of any of the sub-items. This way you don't have to open up the item to see when the next step is due. Then you'd be able to collapse all items in a project, sort and sort them by due day, without having to have all items un-collapsed. As it is, the only way to be sure that you can see when stuff is due is to have all items uncollapsed. 6) Autosave. All programs in this catagory autosave. It's the type of program that you just expect to store your data for you, because you have it open all the time. You don't want to have to be thinking about saving and managing saved files. I lost a bunch of data when I exited the program. Even though it asked me if I wanted to save, it actually didn't save the most recent data in the file. I found that I had to manually save regularly to be sure all my data was there. No doubt some of these items are peculiar to the way I want to work. But most of them should be easy to implement. Some of them are pretty basic common-sence issues or even expected behaviour (Autosave, default to linked file on drag, double click opens a linked/embedded item). As it stands i'm still using Journler.
Mac-crazy
Mac-crazy
Apr 26 2007
2.0.2
0.0
Apr 26 2007
0.0
Version: 2.0.2
Has anyone heard of an upcoming update for this app?
Luhmann
Luhmann
Apr 20 2007
2.0.2
0.0
Apr 20 2007
0.0
Version: 2.0.2
Strange that the developer hasn't bothered to respond to anyone's comments here. Certainly makes me less willing to try this product. That and the fact that despite major bugs being listed in those comments (I haven't tried it myself) there have been no updates in a year...
Macbliss
Macbliss
Apr 9 2007
2.0.2
4.0
Apr 9 2007
4.0
Version: 2.0.2
I REALLY wanted to like this app. Process is nice eye candy and appears to be a highly usable app, but I admonish anyone from enabling the iCal sync. It will likely delete you entire iCal Calendar library. It happened to me (I'm glad I made a back up FIRST). How about an update that addresses the iSync problems ... mentioned by several customers, if you want us to invest in future development?
Mattly
Mattly
Jun 18 2006
2.0.1
0.0
Jun 18 2006
0.0
Version: 2.0.1
I get a spinning beach ball whenever I try to 'add a source' to a document. Not very promising for a version 2, revision .0.1
Olipower
Olipower
May 14 2006
2.0.1
2.3
May 14 2006
2.3
Version: 2.0.1
As much as I hate discouraging the developers from working on an otherwise promising piece of software, I hereby join the choir of people who have lost data while working with Jumsoft Process. Therefore I say DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM AS YOU WILL LOOSE DATA IT'S JUST A MATTER OF TIME! Only use it if you regularly back-up your data;-) All of a sudden I could not open the program today, since it had somehow corrupted the file I was working on. I lost an essay, some ideas, and finally a school exam report (of which I have a back-up (RTF text-export) from yesterday, thank GOD!) ... And no, I've never received any response to the 3+ emails sent to two different Jumsoft email adresses (sales and info) a few weeks ago, concerning educational pricing ...
Robv
Robv
Apr 15 2006
2.0.1
0.0
Apr 15 2006
0.0
Version: 2.0.1
I made the mistake of purchasing Process 2.0.1 so that I could load all of my projects into it. Unfortunately, I quickly discovered that the program is buggy and will easily permanently corrupt your data, causing items to appear and disappear randomly. In my line of work, data corruption is a critical bug which requires my team to fix it ASAP - usually within a few hours. The developers of Process don't seem to share that level of urgency. I reported the bug to them nearly a month ago, provided my corrupted data file with instructions on recreating the appearing/disappearing data problem, and provided steps to recreate the problem. Since then I have sent several follow-up emails offering further assistance and requesting an update - all unanswered. I'd steer clear of this product until they confirm they found and fixed this corruption problem.
Gtie09
Gtie09
Mar 18 2006
2.0.1
3.8
Mar 18 2006
3.8
Version: 2.0.1
This is a really neat piece of software. I am it's the closest thing to project management nirvana i have seen in OS X. It has a nice project/outline 3-pane view -- complete with smart projects/folders ... well done. It's tight integration with iCal is a major plus. In fact without this, it's really just a simple outliner -- but one designed with special features for project management. Namely the multiple source files/urls it can have associated with each item. That is way cool. Yes, it has a few bugs yet to be worked out. And yes, the developer's don't answer your emails it seems -- or at least don't get to them right away. And yes, there are some needed features that could be addressed -- and hopefully will in future versions. (I'm placing bets that they do listen -- even if they aren't fast to respond). A few important needed features I can see after using this app for about a week. The two main ones: 1.) A Hoist feature (like OmniOutliner) and 2.) the ability to hide completed to-dos. Also, it would be nice to have a "clone" feature that could alias items over multiple hierchies. And it would be neat if the first source file or url would be linked to the ical URL field. Lastly, a true ALIAS manager for source files would top this app off -- quite nicely. Right now if you moved an attached file it breaks the link. And that's a bummer if you ever want to rearrange your files on your hard drive. Still, bar these shortcomings -- this app really is extremely smart -- and the best way to organize all your to-dos and projects in one place I have tried to date.
Tfindlay
Tfindlay
Mar 14 2006
2.0
5.0
Mar 14 2006
5.0
Version: 2.0
Process crashes too often for me to have confidence in storing my data in it.
Loop22al
Loop22al
Mar 10 2006
2.0
1.0
Mar 10 2006
1.0
Version: 2.0
Although Process has been released as a final version it is still quite buggy. I would strongly adivse everyone not to use this software at all - i ended up with all my calendars in ical deleted. This is unacceptable.
Rpphoto
Rpphoto
Feb 17 2006
2.0b3
5.0
Feb 17 2006
5.0
Version: 2.0b3
This new beta 3 is far more stable than the last two betas, and iCal Syncing now functions without deleting all your calendars. It even seems to play nicely by relaying ToDos to iCal and then to High Priority in the menu-bar. Most of the other bugs I had noticed are absent in this new version. I love the UI, the linking, the SmartFolders, and the iCal syncing. A very useful and very Mac-like app that's fun to use (and you don't have to worry about unintentionally erasing calendars anymore).
Joshwa
Joshwa
Jan 30 2006
2.0b2
0.0
Jan 30 2006
0.0
Version: 2.0b2
My opinion is this little app has some real potential. Like others have said, the Beta is a little too unstable to really attempt to use in a realworld setting. The biggest thing it lacks is an intuitive navigation of columns using the keyboard. It forces you to use the mouse too much in my opinion. The developer would do well to review OmniOutliners methods for nagivating columns and creating rows quickly and easily. Again, I love the potential of this application. I think once the developer gets a few things figured out it could be one of my favorite apps.
Rpphoto
Rpphoto
Jan 25 2006
2.0b2
5.0
Jan 25 2006
5.0
Version: 2.0b2
Me again. Another warning about this beta, several users have lost all of their iCal calendars with this "alpha" like "beta."
Rpphoto
Rpphoto
Jan 8 2006
2.0
5.0
Jan 8 2006
5.0
Version: 2.0
Great design and features, but the beta 2 is so unstable that you can't use it for anything. Has a zillion serious bugs, maybe more. Anyway, this is potentially incredible software, but if you actually want to use it for anything, I'd wait for the next update...
Michael154
Michael154
Oct 15 2005
1.2
2.8
Oct 15 2005
2.8
Version: 1.2
This is a great To Do List. Reminds me of In-Control which I loved. Hope this crowd develop and improve the product. Sync to Palm would be great. But it is very quick to learn and does all one needs and more to keep an efficient To Do list active on the Desktop. Sync with ICal does not work. This is a pity because one needs some way of connecting the information in Process with one's calendar management tool. Have tried exporting as OPML and then importing but this is a complex process. Potentially this is a great piece of software that could be more user friendly than many of the more ambitious stuff around. MG
Guest
Guest
Sep 6 2005
1.2
3.3
Sep 6 2005
3.3
Version: 1.2
I love the GUI from Process, but have to agree with some of the other comments on this site that there's room for improvement. Pro's: - nice interface, quite intuitive - works great as a todo list - prefs are nice, love the slider and short keys you can use for priorities for items - nice that you can assign a password to more personal checklists Con's: - iCal sync doesn't work There are some funny small bugs, • while typing a new todo, it sometimes jumps back to 'New Item', so you lose your info • indenting item with tab, collapses whole group, while you're still typing • formatting fonts doesn't work - 7 days demo is a bit short, 14 days would be nice I'm still hesitating if I will pay for it, but decided it's not yet worth the 25 dollars.
Guest
Guest
Apr 7 2005
1.2
3.3
Apr 7 2005
3.3
Version: 1.2
I'd really like to be able to try this out, but cannot get past the registration window. I keep clicking on the "Demo" button but nothing happens. The window stays in front and you cannot see the workspace. Thought this might be a fluke so I trashed everything and reinstalled. Same thing happens. Not to mention that I've had no response from the developer-and I e-mailed them with this bug over a month ago! Great way to support your product and establish a customer base! Sorry, but this bites!
Guest
Guest
Feb 27 2005
1.2
3.3
Feb 27 2005
3.3
Version: 1.2
To bad the ical sync doesn't work.
Markie
Markie
Feb 24 2005
1.2
4.3
Feb 24 2005
4.3
Version: 1.2
A great little peice of software ! It beats the standard sort of outliner application and in my view is worth the bucks ! I only hope that it will get better because as a programme its probably 80 od % there- which in itself is an achievement !
Guest
Guest
Feb 6 2005
1.1
3.3
Feb 6 2005
3.3
Version: 1.1
Wonderful UI. Really Needs: -Applescript Support --export --create new items & projects --edit items' properties -Standard File format And as great as the UI is, I'm REALLY WARY of any application that defaults to saving in a proprietary data format. This is what XML & OPML are for. Since they didn't use a standard file format, I have to suspect: 1) the developers are amateurs who couldn't learn/didn't know about the standards 2) the developers are hobbyists/students who wrote their own libraries for fun, accepting lower stability 3) the developers are trying to lock users in to their application (Microsoft Office, anyone?) None of these prospects leaves me trusting the application or the developers. Sorry if it seems harsh, but lock-in is not acceptable. Charging people for lock-in is just wrong.
Yvoyiatzis
Yvoyiatzis
Nov 28 2004
1.1
4.8
Nov 28 2004
4.8
Version: 1.1
Downloaded the application two hours ago and I am since enthralled by it. Absolutely amazing system for organizing one's diurnal burdens; worth the $$...I truly hope this application turns out to be as stable as I wish it to be...developers should have alloted trial users to fondle with their application for at least 15 days; seven days is not enough to ascertain stability...
Guest
Guest
Oct 28 2004
1.1
3.3
Oct 28 2004
3.3
Version: 1.1
Demo period expired from first download and hasn't been reset. Moved to trash.
Guest
Guest
Aug 20 2004
1.0
3.3
Aug 20 2004
3.3
Version: 1.0
Despite what it says, this is hardly a full featured outlining application (such as NoteTaker, NoteBook, OmniOutliner or DevonTHINK/Note). It's more of a hierarchical list with... well, stuff associated with each item in the hierarchy. These items can be text or Quartz/Safari-compatible file types. (Other file types can't be connected at all, which is something of a drag.) It has a fairly solid to-do list interface (with an annoying omission of AM/PM indicators on due dates and alarms, and a rather annoying alarm setup which includes browsing to a sound file and typing in a custom message for each and every alarm), and a very mouse-centric interface which is easy to understand but dangrous to click on without thinking first. (I set priorities on items pretty much every time I moved the window to the foreground!) Application crashed as soon as I did a search by "due date" and typed in "today." Managed to crash it a few more times after. Definitely a 1.0 program. It shows some promise, but it needs some greater stability and refinement. The ability to attach any file type to a note would be welcome.
Guest
Guest
Aug 20 2004
1.0
3.3
Aug 20 2004
3.3
Version: 1.0
Amazing piece of software! This app is awesome... it's very versatile and comes with an excellent UI. Although there are a few rough edges, it's a great initial release. Good job, Jumsoft!
$39.00
3.5
0.0
App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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