Things 3.12.5 LATEST
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Things for Mac 2020 full offline installer setup for Mac
Features and Highlights
The all-new Things sports an all-new design. Not just how it looks – but also how it works, and how it feels. The interactions are delightful. The animations are smooth. The content is more structured. The concepts are clearer.
Just take a look at the basic building block of the app - its to-dos. You immediately get a sense of how the new apps feel. When you open a to-do, it smoothly transforms into a clear white piece of paper, ready for your thoughts. If you like, you can add more details (tags, a checklist, a start date, a deadline), but those fields are neatly tucked away in the corner until you need them. There are no distractions here, it’s just you and your thoughts.
Design Is Not an Afterthought
There's a lot of thought, and trial, and error, that went into making these new apps simple to use while at the same time putting in all the powerful features. You'll notice this in every corner of the app. The new apps are not mere iterations of what came before, they are a whole new app experience.
Today and This Evening
Once you’ve made your plan in the morning, the Today list is your go-to place for all daily activities. Calendar events now display together with your to-dos, giving an outline of your schedule.
Decide which calendars you want to see in Things: Personal, Family, Work, and more. The events are neatly grouped at the top of your Today list. With your to-dos below, your whole day is laid out before you.
There are often to-dos you won’t get to until later in the day – such as things you can only do when you get home. It added This Evening, which allows you to keep these to-dos separate from the rest, in their own discrete list.
Plan your week ahead with the new Upcoming list. It shows everything on your agenda for the coming days: scheduled to-dos, repeating to-dos, deadlines, and calendar events.
Divide and Conquer
Use headings to create categories, milestones, or whatever you need – just give each one a name and drag your to-dos underneath. Instantly you’ve got a nice, clean structure for your list, and the plan becomes perfectly clear.
Keep It Together
Headings are a true productivity booster. Not only do they give you a nice visual structure, but you can now easily rearrange whole groups of to-dos simply by dragging and dropping their heading. And when you're done, archive your heading and all of its to-dos for future reference.
Some things take several steps to complete but don’t require a full-blown project. For those cases now have checklists, which help you break down the finer details of a to-do and outline precisely what’s required to get it done.
Insert a new item right where you want it: drag the button to insert a to-do at the right place in your Today list, or under the right heading in a project, or add a new to-do to the right day in Upcoming. Everything becomes so seamless – it's magical.
When you're inside a project, Magic Plus has another skill: creating headings! Just drag it to the left margin and let go.
Drop to Inbox
No matter what list you're in, you can send a new to-do straight to your Inbox – with a single, consistent gesture and without ever leaving the list. Simply grab the Magic Plus and drop it on the Inbox target that appears to the left.
To hold its promise, Quick Find needs to be – quick. It built it so that the moment you hit a key, the results show up instantly. And as you keep typing, the search results update blazingly fast, narrowing your search on the fly.
App-Wide Tag Search
Need to find all your "Errand"s or everything you need to discuss with "Kate"? Quick Find's got you covered – it automatically detects when you’re typing a tag and lets you pull up an app-wide filter in milliseconds.
Just a Swipe Away
The Jump Start popover helps you make scheduling decisions quickly by putting all the answers in one convenient place. With just a swipe you can add to-dos to Today or This Evening, set a time to be reminded, schedule something for a later date, or put things on hold in Someday.
Introducing Slim Mode! Collapse your sidebar with a two-finger swipe to cut out distractions and focus on the task at hand. This is also great when you’re working in split view, or if you just need more room on your screen.
Things for macOS provides a wonderfully flexible work environment on macOS. Open multiple projects in their own panes and drag to-dos back and forth between them to organize with ease. Use multiple displays? No problem! You can open different lists on each one. Same with desktop spaces and split views – whatever suits your personal setup.
Note: 15 days trial version. Requires 64-bit processor.