Introducing Agenda, an elegant new take on notes.
Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for iOS and macOS, which helps you plan and document your projects. With its unique timeline, Agenda gives you a complete picture of past, present and future, driving your projects forward.
Whether you're a business manager noting decisions in a meeting, a teacher planning next week’s lessons, or a blogger brainstorming a post, Agenda is ideal for tracking the evolution of your notes.
It's the only note taking app with a strong emphasis on the passage of time, making it the perfect fit for any project. Use it for personal projects like jotting down recipes you’d like to try, or take on major projects at work, planning your next meeting or checking off your daily tasks.
The notes in Agenda are beautifully styled, and include powerful features like images, file attachments, tags, lists, and links. You can even connect your notes to events in your calendar.
Locating your notes also couldn't be easier, with powerful search, a project jump bar, and related notes list. And when you find what you're looking for, simply click back in the history to where you were.
TAKE NOTES. DATE NOTES.
Agenda’s unique timeline approach to organizing notes gives your projects momentum. While other apps focus specifically on the past, present, or future, Agenda is the only notes app that keeps track of each in a single timeline.
Add notes for what is currently on your agenda, while you prepare other notes for an upcoming meeting. Use older notes as breadcrumbs to remind yourself why you took the actions you did.
WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA?
You can attach dates to individual notes, and even link them to events in your calendar. But you can also put them “On the Agenda”.
Notes that are On the Agenda are given special status. You can search for them more easily, and they get added to a special overview in the sidebar so you can find them in a flash.
THE 'MEANING FULL' TEXT EDITOR
Agenda is a styled-text editor. Styled text is as easy to edit as plain text, but allows meaning to be added, leading to visually stunning documents without breaking a sweat.
Styles include headings, lists, indented blocks, and preformatted text. You focus on the meaning of your notes, and leave Agenda to handle the appearance.
The resulting documents look fantastic, are consistently styled, and can be readily converted to other styled text formats like Markdown and HTML.
Group your projects into categories to make them easier to find, and order the notes for each project however you choose. You can drag them around, apply dates, or use a mixed approach. You can also collapse notes to save space.
TAKING IT TO TASK
Do you sometimes find yourself using your task manager for more than it is intended?
Agenda is a notes app that has excellent support for tasks. It supports different list styles, including checklists, and allows mixing tasks with more extensive notes.
SHARE NOTES AND PROJECTS
A notes app is not very useful if you can't share what you create. With Agenda, you can print and share notes, even whole projects, in standard formats like PDF, RTF and Markdown. You can also use the Agenda archive format to exchange exact duplicates of your notes with other Agenda users, including any attached files.
MANY DEVICES, ONE AGENDA
Nobody wants data silo-ed on one device, so Agenda has apps for Mac, iPad, and iPhone, and they sync up via your iCloud account.
Agenda is free, with no time limits. You can use it forever, at no cost.
Agenda does offer extra premium features that require an In App Purchase. If you decide to purchase an upgrade, you permanently unlock all current features across all of your eligible devices. (You can purchase for iOS devices only, or both iOS and macOS.)
Even better, any features we add in the 12 months following your purchase are included, and permanently unlocked as well. All yours to keep.
Does Evernote have something coming?! Introducing Agenda. Agenda is the newest note-taking application on the block. How does it fair against Evernote.
NEW PREMIUM FEATURE - Attached images can be displayed at full width. NEW FEATURES - Attach files and images to notes. - Choose presentation of attachment: inline, thumbnail, thumbnail with title, and full size (premium required). - Take a photo or video, and attach it directly to a note. - Preview attached files and images. - Open attached files in other apps. - Drag files into and out of Agenda. - Drag-and-drop attached files to move them within a note. - Long tap an attachment to bring up information and actions. - Share attached files to other apps. - Use the continuity camera to insert photos and scans into Agenda on your Mac. - Attach files to notes using x-callback. ENHANCEMENTS - Renewing an expiring license is now supported. - Clicking a tag or person now shows a popover, where you can edit or select an action, such as search. - Updated sample documents for new attachments, and included some images and files. - The network spinner is now visible during long syncs. FIXES - Agenda Community now properly adapted to the iPhone screen. - Icons in the Move Note menu are now the correct size. - Checklist appearance is improved in dark mode.
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Agenda – A new take on notes Reviews (31)
The fact that you can assign a note to Siri is so great developed, Evernote is a great app, but it needs a complete overhaul before it is relevant anymore, and I hope it does come eventually, but I think I’m gonna switch to Agenda and try it out.
It's a pity you didn't discuss file format and (cloud?) storage. There is an iOS app at the time of writing...
Awesome. Really love the layout and the features. I really want it to work. Can wait until it does. But you gotta fix the sync issues. Until then, it’s really not fit for purpose. I have to use my work iCloud account.. fine, grumbled but fine. But it doesn’t sync across iOS devices without the desktop but work uses windows desktop. Home I have the desktop but that doesn’t help because I can’t use my work iCloud account. Catch 22 😤 Honestly fix the sync issues and I am sold, paid up premium member. Until then looks like you’ll have to gather dust.
I love it, please keep developing this, I look forward to a later version, but for now it’s relegated to my trash 😞 Simply because of the way it syncs, if it wasn’t for that I would have bought the full version but until that’s rectified and I can use it across my home and work devices, it’s just not for me, even though it is awesome 👏
I’m a physics PhD student who’d love to use this all the time but i have a few features that would make it killer for me. First, I really would be over the moon if LaTeX equation rendering were added. No note apps have this, and it would really set it apart academically! Second, it does need the ability to include images and pdfs Third, the ability to archive notes and projects is a big missing feature App performance is great on iPhone, although not as good on macOS Mojave, but that’s not so relevant Overall it is an excellent stress free note taking app that lets me organise notes without feeling overwhelmed, but it does have some missing killer features that would make it a 10/10
Zbor ecav Senec
So, I think this is similar to Omnifocus? Or I am wrong? Can You compare with OF?
This is the notetaking app I’ve been searching for! I’m a grad student and this app has managed to blend the organization system of my physical agenda and notebooks with the convenience and portability of an app that I can access from my phone and Mac. Instead of having to change my workflow to work with other notetaking platforms I’ve tried, I love that Agenda is flexible enough to adapt to my existing workflow and can keep everything organized in one place, from my research projects, extracurricular activities, and my day-to-day task-lists. I’m hooked!
I am really enjoying the application (payed for 1 year subscription) however I will need to switch back to OneNote as a lot of my notes are being taken on the iPad with the apple pen. The meeting étiqueté does not endorse taking notes by typing.
Since its its release only a few months ago tremendous improvements have been brought forward. In particular on additions, and new commitments to expansion of the url/X-Callback scheme, I wrote on their Community Board: "oh the things we will do! It is great to see the rapid progress being made (even though everyone wants “more” the hard work is more than evident - so thank you!)" Heartily recommended. Give it a try - I find that it is among the very small handful of "Productivity Tools" that can truly increase your productivity.
Majid Habib Khan
dive dive dive DIVE DIVE DIVE DIVE
I like this app and use it to track progress on a project. Basic functionality. I was thrilled to see that I could add photos to my notes in the latest update. The new functionality came at the moment I needed it. I updated on my phone, added photos...all great. However, I noticed there was no update for the iPad, and now when I try to open the application on my iPad, it crashes IMMEDIATELY. Launch app...screen flashes and goes black. I hope you fix this quickly!
I really want this app to be good; as I love the desktop version. The iOS version. Is. No. Good. It is so sluggish to the point it crashes within a minute. The app is not responsive enough for me to even browse to one note; it crashes before then. I’ve been trying to use it for 6 months and diligently updating when there is an (infrequent) release, but no hope yet. Same (sad) performance.
The functionality in this application is marvelous, if you’re willing to wait for it. The performance is so bad that sometimes an “undo” operation, or a new note, takes 30-60 seconds to complete. Throw network problems into the mix and editing individual notes is just impossible. I love the app, but the performance is so bad that I can’t use it. The performance issues have reached the point where the app is unusable, and they don’t seem to be getting addressed. At this point I’m really not using the app anymore.
This app shows promise however with no Pencil support, pics or the ability to embed or attach PDF files to notes it has limited power for me.
A tag browser will be very useful. And the ability to insert images Location tag will be useful too
I really like the premise of this app: the ability to file notes to a date is a fantastic idea and I love that it syncs with Calendar. Unfortunately, there are two areas that it really falls down for me: importing and stylus use. I would love to be able to import documents, agendas and plans, annotate them and file them. Then there is the Apple Pencil, a great tool that is ignored by this app. I will continue to use Notability for these features. Sadly, I can’t then import my notes from Notability and file them in Agenda! Hopefully these features will appear down the track!
Kevin F.J. Harris
First off, great walkthrough of the app. But the app itself is a convoluted mess of confusion. Sticking with Bear, pure and simple is where it's at.
Chuck Norris can hunt a bear with his beard tied behind his back
App crashed after 1 min so deleted it
Would also like to hear you address the differences and similarities of Agenda and Notion and where they overlap Both fantastic apps!!
It is perfect but should be turkish for like us!! Pleasee
çok emek verilmiş, takvim senkronizasyonu, kolay not alma...basit arayüz...dürüst premium satışı..tüm işlerimi hallediyor.Tebrikler.
Features are amazing, yet the poor software quality is saddening. Twitching screens, malfunctioning sliders, etc... Once fixed, this is the software to use for every note taking endeavor. Thumbs up.
Just downloaded agenda on my iPad and iPhone.... a walkthrough and review would be appreciated. Thanks for all you do!!!!!!!
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