Organize:Pro
Organize:Pro
4.10.34

2.0

Organize:Pro free download for Mac

Organize:Pro

4.10.34
19 October 2019

Take back control of your tasks.

Overview

Organize:Pro is the project and task manager for freelancers, project managers and professional users. With powerful features to manage large task lists, track task delegations and task progress. Organize:Pro is your perfect companion for every meeting and for managing projects.

Features
  • Simple: Easy-to-use, intuitive interface with multiple themes
  • Beautiful: Choose your favorite layout from different UI Themes
  • Powerful: Supports leading project management methods (like GTD, Contexts, PMBOK, PRINCE2)
  • Review: By date (daily, weekly, monthly) or duration
  • Visual: View and organize your tasks as lists, mind maps, or work-breakdown structures
  • Flexible: Give your projects structure: subtasks, sub-projects, sub-contexts
  • Meetings: Supports you during meetings (AID classification - Action, Information, Decision)
  • RACI Task Delegation: Makes task delegation and tracking easy (RACI matrix - Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed)
  • Dashboard: Easily manage multiple projects with the Project Dashboard
  • Templates and defaults for tasks: Set default values for new tasks
  • System Integration: Quick-Add window and system-wide shortcuts to capture new tasks
  • Plays well with Others: Drag-and-drop emails, Web links, or files on Organize to create follow-up tasks
  • Calendar Integration: Display your calendar entries side by side with your tasks
  • Project Templates: Save and re-use your own projects or choose from our template library
  • Taskfabric Cloud2 Sync: Free cloud-based auto-sync for your tasks on all major platforms
  • Free online access: Easy access with your Web browser from anywhere; team members can access shared lists on the Web for free.

What's new in Organize:Pro

Version 4.10.34:
  • UI and Workflow Improvements
  • Improved Inspector Menu

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6 Organize:Pro Reviews

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lemon-kun
22 September 2012

Most helpful

Organize seems to be umm… well: "inspired" by OmniFocus. However, OmniFocus is probably the best app in this field, so it is worth to be copied. And, if you need an OmniFocus clone that works on Windows as well, Organize may be interesting for you. It does add some features to the original, like the ability to link multiple contexts to tasks. Also it looks quite nice, though with some design inconsistencies. However, personally, I didn't feel the extended features brought me much else than adding clutter, in fact these distracted me more than helped. It feels a bit like with Windows; if you take an elegant, in itself perfect model (the Mac) and then just add any feature that any user ever thought he'd need, you are in danger of ending up with a completely bloated piece of crap. Now, Organize is far from being that, it is a very good app, but I wouldn't trade OmniFocus for it. Somehow it lacks the "great idea" behind it. Having said that, I don't post this as a review of Organize, the app is quite new to judge about it, and actually it is a very good start and one can just wish it and the developers a good future. There is certainly a place in the market for this app.
Like (5)
Version 1.2.0
mostef
14 April 2015
Good product, but still with a lot of problems in cloud sync on Mac OS. The only reply I have after login is "No reply on login request" !
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Version 2.5.1
lemon-kun
29 December 2013
@MacUpdate At the moment the link downloads OrganizeMe instead of OrganizePro.
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Version 1.8.3
1 answer(s)
MacUpdate-Nick
MacUpdate-Nick
29 December 2013
Fixed!
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Stevie-Ackerman
25 January 2013
After a trying this app out this afternoon, I found it to be quite clunky and slow. Especially with hovering menus. I am sure some optimization and tuning will correct this in the future. I did like much of the direction that the UI was taking. However, it was on the verge of clutter. It would be nice if users had the ability to deactivate some of the features used less often (maybe by project). I was also very frustrated to learn that dropbox and iCloud were not options for syncing. I am hopeful they will be in the future. Then maybe I'll have another look.
Like (1)
Version 1.5.0
lemon-kun
22 September 2012
Organize seems to be umm… well: "inspired" by OmniFocus. However, OmniFocus is probably the best app in this field, so it is worth to be copied. And, if you need an OmniFocus clone that works on Windows as well, Organize may be interesting for you. It does add some features to the original, like the ability to link multiple contexts to tasks. Also it looks quite nice, though with some design inconsistencies. However, personally, I didn't feel the extended features brought me much else than adding clutter, in fact these distracted me more than helped. It feels a bit like with Windows; if you take an elegant, in itself perfect model (the Mac) and then just add any feature that any user ever thought he'd need, you are in danger of ending up with a completely bloated piece of crap. Now, Organize is far from being that, it is a very good app, but I wouldn't trade OmniFocus for it. Somehow it lacks the "great idea" behind it. Having said that, I don't post this as a review of Organize, the app is quite new to judge about it, and actually it is a very good start and one can just wish it and the developers a good future. There is certainly a place in the market for this app.
Like (5)
Version 1.2.0
Senemut
25 March 2012
Is Organize fully worth 5 stars, maybe not, but the multi-tagging capabilities are the best of what I have found. If you manage a larger number of staff and projects, than Organize-desktop is your choice. After waiting for years that omnifocus would add this functionality, Organize offers a solution. The program is review date driven, rather than due date. I hope that the programmers continue their work to release the full potential of this piece of software. Synchronization with ipad and iphone is not good enough for everyday use.
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Version 1.0.5
1 answer(s)
Task Fabric
Task Fabric
13 June 2012
We just released Organize 1.2.0 which improves stability and adds several new features. Please give it a try and send your feedback and feature requests to info@taskfabric.com
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Anon-Bud
03 February 2012
Just a quick comment after trying this for a little while: 1) Thanks for giving us the opportunity of a demo! 2) Thanks for giving us the opportunity to purchase online! That's the good. Now the not so good: 1) Really small font for tasks keeps me from looking at this as a serious contender with other similar to-do/task apps. 2) Really quite complicated to learn. 3) Would be nice to have pop-ups telling me what the various secions of a task item are. 4) Did I mention that the font sizes for task items is too small? I cannot seem to find any way to change this. Due to to negatives I just cannot go any further with this. I'll keep this on my watch list, though, just in case some of the above gets improved.
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Version 1.0.1
1 answer(s)
jnyc
jnyc
27 March 2013
It seems the font sizes can be customized in the Preferences panel. Maybe you can take a look and see if tweaking the settings helps you out.
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2.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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