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OmniOutliner

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By The Omni Group

Welcome to OmniOutliner 4, an amazingly flexible yet lightweight program for creating, collecting, and organizing information. Use OmniOutliner’s document structure to brainstorm new ideas, drill out specifics, and construct a beautiful document for sharing. It’s way more than just an outlining tool—you’ve got multiple columns, smart checkboxes, pop-up lists, and a fantastically rich styles system at your disposal. It’s perfect for drafting a simple to-do list, creating an agenda for a meeting, taking notes at said meeting, planning events, writing anything from diaries to screenplays, or any other task that calls for structured text.

STANDARD FEATURES

• Sync: Keep your documents up to date between Macs or to OmniOutliner for iOS with OmniPresence, our free sync technology.
• Organization: Add structure to your thoughts and notes by creating easy-to-manipulate collapsible outlines (lists of lists of lists).
• Sections: See your whole document structure in the sidebar; just click a section to instantly focus in on it.
• Columns: Use columns to associate different types of information with each item—pop-up lists, checkboxes, numerical values, dates, durations, or rich text.
• Styles: OmniOutliner helps you format on the fly with a rich Styles system designed to give you everything you need to apply style changes—from one word at a time to document-wide. Change once; change everywhere.
• Saved templates and themes: Save your favorite documents as templates; then use them as starting points for new documents or apply their styles to an existing document as a theme.
• Attachments: Insert any kind of file; images and other media appear right inline.
• Audio recording: Capture audio directly into your documents so you can, for example, refer back to the lecture or interview that you’re taking notes on.
• Exporting: OmniOutliner documents can be exported as plain text, rich text, OPML, HTML, and more.

PRO FEATURES (Available via in-app purchase)

• Column Visibility: Feel free to add as many columns as you like to your document, and show only the ones you really need at the moment.
• Folded editing: OmniOutliner actively collapses the text of all rows except the one you’re editing, so that you can see more of your document at once.
• Advanced styling: Get more control over nerdy details like custom spacing schemes and manual page breaks.
• AppleScript support: Create AppleScript shortcuts for complex tasks, automate the things you do over and over, and turn OmniOutliner into a whole new app; you’ll get more done, and with fewer mistakes.
• And more: Show notes in a separate pane, export to Microsoft Word format, and even build your own export plug-ins.

For video tutorials and other information, please visit our website!

If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support; you can reach us by email at omnioutliner@omnigroup.com, by phone at 1-800-315-6664 or 1-206-523-4152, or on twitter at @omnioutliner.

Thank you!

Release Notes

10/20/2016 | Version : 4.6.1 | Size : 56.9 MB
OmniOutliner 4.6.1 is a minor update focused on bug fixes.

Recent Changes

• OPML: Saving an OPML file while focused on a row will now retain the whole outline.
• Stability: Fixed a rare crash that occurred when adding new rows.

For more details, please see the longer release notes which are available from the Help menu.

We appreciate that you're taking the time to read these release notes. If you are enjoying OmniOutliner, please consider rating it in the Mac App Store!

If you have any feedback or questions, we'd love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support: you can reach us by email at omnioutliner@omnigroup.com, by phone at 1-800-315-6664 or +1-206-523-4152, or on twitter at @omnioutliner.

Thank you!

7/21/2016 | Version : 4.5.3 | Size : 21.2 MB
OmniOutliner 4.5.3 is a minor update containing a number of bug fixes.

Fixed
• Stability: Fixed a crash when force clicking on a selected image.
• Stability: Saving edits to an attachment with an extension such as Markup will no longer crash.
• Templates: Closing a new unsaved template and then selecting Save from the close panel will actually save the template.
• Localizations: Fixed an incorrect translation of 'Hide Sidebar' in French.


For more details, please see the longer release notes which are available from the Help menu in the app.

We appreciate that you're taking the time to read these release notes. If you are enjoying OmniOutliner, please consider rating it in the Mac App Store!

If you have any feedback or questions, we'd love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support: you can reach us by email at omnioutliner@omnigroup.com, by phone at 1-800-315-6664 or +1-206-523-4152, or on twitter at @omnioutliner.

Thank you!

5/12/2016 | Version : 4.5.2 | Size : 22.0 MB
OmniOutliner 4.5.2 is a minor update containing a number of bug fixes.

Fixed
• Export: Relaxed the XSLT parser file size limit so larger documents can be exported to HTML, CSV, docx, or pptx.
• OPML: When editing an existing OPML document, status of parents will be correctly saved.
• OPML: OPML files will always be UTF-8 encoded to avoid other unsupported encodings.
• Stability: Avoid potential crash due to automatic link detection while in the middle of keyboard manager assisted input.
• Localizations: Print panel options are now localized.


For more details, please see the longer release notes which are available from the Help menu in the app.

We appreciate that you're taking the time to read these release notes. If you are enjoying OmniOutliner, please consider rating it in the Mac App Store!

If you have any feedback or questions, we'd love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support: you can reach us by email at omnioutliner@omnigroup.com, by phone at 1-800-315-6664 or +1-206-523-4152, or on twitter at @omnioutliner.

Thank you!

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Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for OmniOutliner

All hype & minor cosmetic; essential functionality is still missing (4.2)
5/5/2015 1:56:00 PM 2/5 By greybark blackcurrant
The ripoff goes on and on… Most of the critical comments from previous versions still apply to v4.2. Only very minor cosmetic changes and critical functionality (import/export to commont formats) is missing (unless you agree to pay twice as much for it). This company deals with critical feedback by issuing small updates that reset the reviews. Spend you money elsewhere, unless you want to buy a ticket for the Titanic because it just received a fresh, Yosemite-colored paint job!

Overpriced (4.1.4)
1/7/2015 12:26:00 AM 1/5 By huhitschris
No PDF export option makes this a total waste of money for me. Printing to PDF is ugly and inconvenient.

$50 for app… but to import files they need another $50 (4.1.4)
11/4/2014 5:48:00 PM 1/5 By tupuppi
I just spent $50 on this app but to import a file from one of my developers.. Now I have to spend another $50 in-app in order to import the file. OUTRAGEOUS. I liked their products in the past… but feel very nickeled & dime’d here. Deleting apps and never looking back.

Outline & Matrix combined (4.1.3)
10/23/2014 4:40:00 PM 4/5 By Clandestine Clem
This is an outliner with a built-in spreadsheet. Updated for Yosemite. It is cleaner to use for a lot of functions than a regular spreadsheet, provided you don’t need intricate calculations. Starting with a list is a good way to get organized. It has some OPML capability, so you might be able to work with a mind mapper as well. It has customizable dropbox column types, allows sorting by columns. Has a nice drag & drop side drawer/sidebar. The formatting options only get better - and its like a collapsible spreadsheet that can be used where spreadsheets come up a little short. If you need to chart out decisions, or track peripheral information in outlines, its well-suited to that use. If you’ve ever used a simpler outliner & run out of a way to further categorize your data, wishing you had more columns available - try this. Need to track research for a class project - works there. Need to track app compatibility before upgrading to Yosemite - works there. If you are submitting resumés, for another example, it works well to track all sorts of submission & feedback information & related tasks. Even embed the resumé versions themselves. The port to Word now requires the Pro version, unfortunately, but there are plenty of powerful features in the standard version to recommend. If you are a list maker tracking a lot of nuances in those lists, you will probably fall in love with this application. (That phrase sounds a little gimmicky, but I think its true).

Great for bugeting planning (4.1.3)
10/22/2014 11:47:00 PM 5/5 By Damonius907
This is the perfect tool for budget planning. I use it for my monthly home budget, and for one off project budgets. Simple, powerful = awesome.

Crashes (4.1.2)
10/1/2014 9:12:00 AM 1/5 By LateNightStudent
Its midnight. I have a test tomorrow, and Omni Outliner just crashed with my notes. Trying to figure out what to do.

Should be renamed OmniCRASH (4.1.1)
7/17/2014 6:46:00 PM 1/5 By wrathpanda
I have fought with simply getting this app to _run_ at all. Tried resetting all preferences, caches, deleting and re-installing. Nothing. Immediate Error: *** [__NSArrayM objectAtIndex:]: index 0 beyond bounds for empty array] And then, it crashes. Don’t waste your time or money.

CRAZY amount of crashes! (4.1.1)
7/14/2014 8:50:00 PM 1/5 By ahall4488
I love the app….when it works. I have never had an app that crashes so much. At first it would just crash and I would have to reopen my files, but today, it crashed completely and all of the files that I had spent so many hours on were lost forever. I was willing to work with the crashes before because I love the simplicity of the program, but this is ridiculous. Wish I could get a refund. There is no reason why they should charge so much for an application that is essentially broken.

Good App, not a lot of export options (4.0.6)
5/21/2014 9:41:00 PM 3/5 By Redlegs
I like the app and workflow but if you want to get your data out and into anything else be prepared to do reformat everything. WIth as many options for organizing, displaying and notating data you would think it would export better. The workflow from OmniOutliner to OmniPlanner is great, its the main reason I got it but if you try to go to Word or Excel it’s mostly useless. The thing I continually stumble over is that I spend a lot of time organizing my data in Outliner and then try to share it with someone who doesn’t have it (which is most people) and I have to go to something more common. I even paid $50 to get the “Pro” version which supposedly provided an export to Word only to find that it loses all formatting including nesting hierarchy. Its dissappointing to have to reformat everything to share it. If you just want something to collect and notate your thoughts or to go to a project plan then this works otherwise just build your outline in Word so you can share it - oh and don’t waste the money on the “Pro” version, I can’t really tell a difference.

Useful, but lame (4.0.4)
4/17/2014 5:44:00 AM 2/5 By seymour budtz
The document is completely mangled on every export option except for HTML. It’s lame to zip up an html folder to share with my colleagues, which I have to provide with instructions “Ok, unzip the archine, and open index.html in a web browser”. I have to manually set the style with the function keys every time I create a new line -> obnoxious. Custom columns are cool, might upgrade to Pro to get AppleScript support, but completely off the table until the wierdness gets fixed. Right now, the best option for export is to print to PDF and save, but even that is slightly janky. I have to manually set the style every time I make a new line, which is a little ridiculous—shouldn’t it automatically recognize, for example, that one tab indent is a heading 2 style, two tab indents are a heading 3 style, etc? Isn’t the whole purpose of this app to automate stuff like this for you? I’ve tried using the inspector and attaching ‘included styles’ to ‘styles’, which doesn’t make any sense to begin with, and it’s still not working. For example, why would you attach a style of ‘heading 1’ to another style of ‘heading 2’? It doesn’t make sense->Chewbacca. I’m using the default orange ‘Welcome to Outliner’ document for all of my outlines since all of the templates are pretty lame. So, all in all, quite lame, but I still use it.


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