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Things 3

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By Cultured Code GmbH & Co. KG

Meet the all-new Things! A complete rethinking of the original, award-winning task manager – with a perfect balance between simplicity and power, incredible new features, delightful interactions, and a timeless new design.

*** APPLE DESIGN AWARD WINNER 2017 ***


HERE’S HOW THINGS WORKS

If you’re new to Things, this is the basic workflow:

1. Collect Your Thoughts
Get things off your mind quickly: no matter what app you’re in, a keyboard shortcut instantly reveals Quick Entry. Type your thoughts and save them to the Inbox. Or just talk to Siri on any device (“Remind me to...”) and import from Reminders.

2. Get Organized
Create a project for each of your goals, then add the steps to reach them. For clarity, add structure with headings. Then group your projects by areas of responsibility, such as “Family”, “Work”, or “Health”. Review these regularly to stay on top of things.

3. Plan Your Time
See your calendar events alongside your to-dos and plan your time effectively. Create repeating to-dos for things you do every few days, weeks, or months – Things will remind you on the right day.

4. Make the Most of Your Day
Every morning, grab a coffee and prepare your list for “Today”: review previously planned to-dos and make quick decisions on what to tackle. Pick some more steps from your projects and then get going. The Today list is the only place you’ll need to look for the rest of the day.

5. Customize Your Workflow
Use tags to categorize your to-dos or add context. For example, tag places like “Office” or “Home”, or tag all your “Errands”, or everything you’re working on with “Kate”. You can easily find everything you’ve tagged via filtering or search.


HERE’S WHY WE THINK YOU’LL LOVE THINGS

1. It stays out of your way.
As you start using Things, you’ll quickly notice how seamlessly all the features fit together to give you an uncluttered, focused experience. There are no unnecessary frills. No pointless gimmicks or useless controls. In fact, you’ll hardly notice the app – it’s just you and your to-dos.

2. Everything revolves around your to-dos.
In Things, each of your to-dos are special. In a list, they simply show a checkbox and the title of your to-do. But when you open them, they extend into a beautiful white piece of paper that’s ready to hold your thoughts. Additional details (checklists, tags, reminders, deadline) are nicely tucked away in the corner until you need them.

3. It’s got a touch of magic.
Things removes friction in magical ways. As an example, take Type Travel, a remarkable new way to navigate your lists. You just start typing where you want to go – the name of any project, area, or to-do – and instantly you’re transported there. Or look at the Natural Date Input – just type “Tom(orrow)”, “Sat(urday)”, “in fou(r days)”, “Au(gust 1)”., and it will jump to all the right conclusions.

4. It’s got all the power of macOS.
Things is fully integrated with all the latest macOS technologies: Touch Bar, Today Widget, Calendars, Siri & Reminders, Share Extension, Handoff, and AppleScript.

5. And much more...
Everyone’s got their favorite feature, it’s impossible to list them all. See what our users love about Things – visit our website at: thingsapp.com


WHAT’S NEW?

This is a truly incredible update, with dozens of powerful new features. See the “What’s New” section below for a full list.


STAY PRODUCTIVE ON THE GO

Get Things for iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch and stay productive on the go (sold separately). The apps all stay updated via Things Cloud – the push sync service that we custom-built for Things.


QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions, or run into any trouble – please contact us. We provide world-class, professional support for Things, and we’ll be glad to help you.

A fully-functional 14-day trial is available on our website: thingsapp.com

Release Notes

6/12/2017 | Version : 3.0.3 | Size : 11.6 MB
—— New in 3.0.3 ——

• In addition to OmniFocus and Wunderlist, you can now import from Todoist – go to File > Import.
• Fixed an issue that prevented the OmniFocus import script from importing deferred projects.
• We now hide Calendar events that have been declined.
• Improved the user experience when expanding a to-do below an already-expanded to-do.
• We now block the setting of reserved keys as shortcuts in the tag management window.
• Improved performance when dragging an email into a to-do’s notes to create a link.
• Fixed an issue where the File menu command for “New Heading with Selection” didn’t work (hold down Option to see it).
• Fixed an issue where the main window could appear inactive when the Jump Start or Quick Entry popovers were visible.
• Fixed some AppleScript issues.
• Fixed several crashes.

—— New in 3.0.0 ——

• ALL-NEW DESIGN
How it looks, how it works, and how it feels – Things has been completely redesigned, with more clarity, improved workflows, better structure, and delightful animations. It’s a to-do list like no other.

• PROJECT HEADINGS
It’s so much easier to handle your projects now that you can break them up with headings. Use them 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.

• CHECKLISTS
Some things take several steps to complete but don’t require a full-blown project. Now you can use Checklists to break down the finer details of a to-do. Use them for shopping lists, when packing your bag for a trip, or to detail a process at work so you won’t miss a critical step.

• CALENDAR INTEGRATION
Display calendar events alongside your to-dos and stay on top of your schedule. They will show at the top of your Today list, and for each day in Upcoming, where you plan the week ahead.

• PLAN YOUR DAY – WITH TODAY AND THIS EVENING
Once you’ve made your plan, the Today list is your go-to place for all daily activities. Calendar events now display at the top, giving an outline of your schedule. Your to-dos follow, with a discrete section at the bottom called This Evening for things you’ll get to later in the day.

• PLAN YOUR WEEK – WITH UPCOMING
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. A quick peek at this list is all it takes to stay on top of your schedule.

• JUMP START
Working with dates is super easy with the new Jump Start date selector. Use it to quickly put to-dos in your Today list, schedule them for later, or put them on hold in Someday.

• NATURAL LANGUAGE RECOGNITION
Jump Start has a magical ingredient: Natural Language Recognition. It smartly detects what you’re typing to work out what you mean... “Tom(orrow)”, “Sat(urday)”, “in fou(r days)”, “Au(gust 1)”. As you can see, it jumps to all the right conclusions.

• REMINDERS
One of Things’ most-requested features is now here: time-based reminders! You can add a reminder by typing (natural language recognition), or just speak to Siri. For those to-dos you absolutely cannot miss, reminders will give you peace of mind.

• TYPE TRAVEL
Search and navigation in Things is now extremely fast, with Type Travel. All you need to do is start typing – the name of a list, to-do, or tag – and instantly you’re taken there. It’s magic!

• SLIM MODE
Collapse your sidebar with a two-finger swipe to cut out distractions and focus on your work. This is great when you’re working in Split View, or if you just need more room on your screen.

• MULTIPLE WINDOWS
You can now open multiple projects in their own windows and drag to-dos back and forth between them to organize with ease. Or use them across multiple displays, desktop spaces, or split views – whatever suits your personal workflow.

• AND MUCH MORE
Visit our website to see all that’s new: thingsapp.com

5/18/2017 | Version : 3.0.1 | Size : 11.6 MB
Things has been completely rebuilt, with excellent new features and a beautiful new design. Here’s what’s new on the Mac:

• ALL-NEW DESIGN
How it looks, how it works, and how it feels – Things has been completely redesigned, with more clarity, improved workflows, better structure, and delightful animations. It’s a to-do list like no other.

• PROJECT HEADINGS
It’s so much easier to handle your projects now that you can break them up with headings. Use them 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.

• CHECKLISTS
Some things take several steps to complete but don’t require a full-blown project. Now you can use Checklists to break down the finer details of a to-do. Use them for shopping lists, when packing your bag for a trip, or to detail a process at work so you won’t miss a critical step.

• CALENDAR INTEGRATION
Display calendar events alongside your to-dos and stay on top of your schedule. They will show at the top of your Today list, and for each day in Upcoming, where you plan the week ahead.

• PLAN YOUR DAY – WITH TODAY AND THIS EVENING
Once you’ve made your plan, the Today list is your go-to place for all daily activities. Calendar events now display at the top, giving an outline of your schedule. Your to-dos follow, with a discrete section at the bottom called This Evening for things you’ll get to later in the day.

• PLAN YOUR WEEK – WITH UPCOMING
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. A quick peek at this list is all it takes to stay on top of your schedule.

• WHEN SELECTOR
Working with dates is super easy with the new When selector. Use it to quickly put to-dos in your Today list, schedule them for later, or put them on hold in Someday.

• NATURAL LANGUAGE RECOGNITION
The When Selector has a magical ingredient: Natural Language Recognition. It smartly detects what you’re typing to work out what you mean... “Tom(orrow)”, “Sat(urday)”, “in fou(r days)”, “Au(gust 1)”. As you can see, it jumps to all the right conclusions.

• REMINDERS
One of Things’ most-requested features is now here: time-based reminders! You can add a reminder by typing (natural language recognition), or just speak to Siri. For those to-dos you absolutely cannot miss, reminders will give you peace of mind.

• TYPE TRAVEL
Search and navigation in Things is now extremely fast, with Type Travel. All you need to do is start typing – the name of a list, to-do, or tag – and instantly you’re taken there. It’s magic!

• APP-WIDE TAG FILTERS
Just start typing the name of any tag to pull up an app-wide filter. It shows all items with that tag across all your projects and areas. It’s a fantastically versatile way to view your to-dos.

• THE NEW SIDEBAR
Projects in the sidebar are now nested under areas to keep everything tidy. Each one has a new progress indicator to show you how close you are to achieving your goal.

• SLIM MODE
Collapse your sidebar with a two-finger swipe to cut out distractions and focus on your work. This is great when you’re working in Split View, or if you just need more room on your screen.

• MULTIPLE WINDOWS
You can now open multiple projects in their own windows and drag to-dos back and forth between them to organize with ease. Or use them across multiple displays, desktop spaces, or split views – whatever suits your personal workflow.

• AND MUCH MORE
The all-new Things is also available for iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch (sold separately). Go to our website to learn more: thingsapp.com

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From everyone here at Things, thanks for your support over the years! We hope you enjoy the all-new apps – please leave us a review and let us know what you think!

Rankings

Overall :
#9 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#15 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
#2 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Productivity]
#3 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Productivity]

Screenshots Mac OSX :

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Category

Business , Productivity


Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for Things 3

Still missing key features (3.0.3)
6/11/2017 10:22:36 PM 3/5 By Bowen Roberts
I used an earlier version of this app a few years ago. I recently gave a trial run to the latest version of this app, and found it lacking compared to my current favorite. Here are a few of the features I would need to see added before I would switch: Ability to forward emails directly into my todo inbox Ability to specify time needed for a task as a stand alone parameter. This allow sorting tasks by time needed, and totaling time required by day. Ability to add parameters like tags through a mark-up language Ability to filter on more than one tag Ability to add attachments to tasks or projects Add icons to tags for easy scanning Ability to color code tasks

Exceptionally crafted experiences (3.0.3)
6/11/2017 5:25:06 PM 5/5 By Ryan Atallah
This is definitely on the more expensive side of to-do applications, but the polished-to-perfection interface, exquisitely engineered companion applicaitons for iOS and watchOS, and reliable synchronization make it all worthwhile. Very well done, and worth the money.

Great Product but Expensive (3.0.3)
6/11/2017 8:49:25 AM 4/5 By FlG8or
I’ve been looking for a tool to help me with task management and this just may be it. I love that it’s on both of my MAC comptuters, my iPhone and my IPad but I’m not really happy with what it costs. Won’t be around long at those prices.

Awesome - The best task manager I have ever used !!!! (3.0.3)
6/10/2017 5:00:11 PM 5/5 By Antuquito
I have been using Things since 2010 considering this app a very good task manager, but sincerely there were times that I thought to search another one with more capabilities or new utilities. Although never changed Things (because always was the best and most practical task manager for me, especially since I could use Things Cloud and maintain synced all my tasks in all my devices), I have to say and recognize that this time Culture Code did AN EXCELLENT JOB. Now Things has capabilities and utilities that I could never imagine, and any other apps developer could not imagine. For my job (and my life organization) Things 3 is EXACTLY what I need. Really I can not imagine what else could sugest or advice to Culture Code !!! Things 3 has everything. Culture Code thought on everyTHING and worked with all its effort !!! If Apple and other developers, magazines gave Culture awards and honors …… WELL DESERVED !!!! Congratulations for making our lives easier !!!!!

5 stars on iOS -3 stars on macOS (3.0.3)
6/10/2017 11:56:39 AM 3/5 By Eeker
5 stars on iOS but 3 stars on macOS — why? You get nearly all the same amazing features on iOS, but they have decided to quadruple the price for the Mac version — that’s not cool; It seems to me they're just playing the market and deciding what they *can* get, not what they should charge fairly. I ended up paying it because I want the same amazing product on my Mac and iPhone — and if I wanted it I really had no choice. But $39 for a task manager is just not acceptable to me in this day and age. If the price had been $29 I would not be feeling like this, but if they’re gonna charge $39, that just crosses a line for me — they would need to add more features unique to the Mac that are REALLY worth it. I find myself regretting getting the Mac version, because I do 90% of my task management on my iPhone, and Things on iOS is amazingly efficient, beautiful and powerful. In short, if you have the money to burn, go for it — otherwise I’d get the iOS app first and use that for a while before determining if you *really* need the Mac app.

Switched from OmniFocus (3.0.3)
6/10/2017 9:56:22 AM 5/5 By D. C.
I’ve been using OmniFocus for about four years and thought I’d try Things3. Now I use it on my Mac, my iPad, and my iPhone. Worth paying for each one of those. I didn’t lose any features I used in OmniFocus and Things is a joy to use. Happy I switched.

No way to see all scheduled/unscheduled Things (3.0.3)
6/10/2017 9:34:15 AM 1/5 By sw1249485
The app doesn’t let you see all outstanding To-do’s on a single page. It only lets you see scheduled Things on one page and unscheduled Things on another. For me, this makes it very hard to prioritize Things.

Great Design but Poor Syncing and Data Loss with Large Todos (3.0.3)
6/9/2017 6:31:11 PM 2/5 By Cosmic Circuit
I am a long time user of Things. Things 3 has much better layout and design than the previous version. Headings, checklists are a very nice addition and it has very clean interface. In general it is a good program but it has some issues. Main Issues: Poor or unreliable syncing from the Mac to iPhone still occurring. If you use Things 3 on the Mac with Things 3 on the the iPhone, the iPhone app will not receive the updated data or updated todos occasionally and force you to reopen Things 3 on your Mac to try to get it to sync. This doesn't happen very frequently - a rough estimate would be 5% of the time. Individual Todos are supposed to have a 10,000 character limit - however, data loss and a severly truncated todo can occur when approaching a much smaller limit. If you place numerous links to files and add urls in your todo and near the 3200 character marker you may experience a warning that tells you your todo is too long and will automatically truncate the bottom of the todo without an option to save the truncated data.

Uee it every day. Worth the $ (3.0.3)
6/9/2017 10:52:37 AM 5/5 By Sic 'em
I have used Things in the past, but only seasonally. Never could get it into my workflow in a way that stuck. BUT THIS UPDATE IS A GAME CHANGER. I hesitated to dish out the cash for the Mac app & the iOS app again…but I’m glad I did. The 3D Touch integration, the new way categories work, lists within tasks, and on and on. They’ve thought out every detail in a way that lets me get all my to-do’s out of my head, into the app, and then never lose track of them. Tasks don’t get lost in endless layers of folders - everything is always right in front of me. And the design is super clean. Things was good before. Now it’s about perfect. Changing the way I get things done. Thanks!

Powerful, beautiful, and a delight to use. Won me back! (3.0.3)
6/9/2017 10:38:43 AM 5/5 By LosAngeles_83
I came back to Things thanks to this release. Having used several task managers for many years, this is by far my new favorite! • Headings and Checklists make projects and tasks robust and organized yet clear and simple. (This is the reason I left Things two years ago. It couldn’t support having many clients without making my project area a mess.) • New design is beautiful, simple, intuitive, and a delight to use! Poor UX/UI design in other apps (including older versoins of Things) meant falling behind and becoming overwhelmed due to neglect. • Very easy to use the powerful tools like calendars and tags without any effort. • Keyboard shortcuts are fantastic way to fly through the app, quickly adding, editing, or moving tasks. • Works seemlesly with Siri and iPhone/Watch apps for easy input, review, and checking off of tasks. (iPhone version is a perfect companion and a must)

An even better app now! (3.0.3)
6/9/2017 9:52:48 AM 5/5 By CotoDarin
I’ve used Things earlier versions for years and have loved it. I’m thrilled they went to the next level and incorporated the calender, and so many other features. If there was anything I could suggest, it would be that Things continues to seek out and work with as many other applicaitons to have an imbedded Things shortcut or widget … for instance, working in Pages, Numbers, Excel, Word, etc. would be nice to be able to have an Extension, widget, or ? that imports very easily back into things in some manner. Again, giving this a 5 Star still so keep up the great work!

A Learning Curve That’s Worth It! (3.0.3)
6/8/2017 9:47:25 PM 5/5 By Oden the Red
For years now, I’ve bounced from Omnifocus to Things to Taskpaper to Workflowy to Todoist to etc… and back again. When Things 3 was released, I was very skeptical after so many “let downs” on Things 2, so I downloaded the trial. I followed the tutorial. When I completed the tutorial, I determined that Things 3 had the best workflow of any of the many applications I have tried. Not completely sold, I decided to work for a week on nothing but Things, so I used a script to move everything from Omnifocus to Things 3. I was so pleased with the workflow that I purchased the apps for my laptop, phone and iPad. So far it has been a trully enjoyable experience and I have not skipped a beat staying true to my commmitments. Cultured Code, Danke, Danke, Danke!

Probably the best task manager I have seen in thirty years (3.0.3)
6/8/2017 9:05:10 AM 5/5 By Tripteron
I have tried dozens of personal information managers and task managers since 1986 in MS-DOS, Windows, Newton (!), and Macintosh operating systems. I have tried many of the applications that are available now. I have developed my own task managers in FileMaker, Bento, et cet. Two years ago, I licensed OmniFocus because it seemed to be the best and the folks at the Omni Group always do good work. I used it for a a year until I had to accept that the internal logic of the program, based on GTD, just does not work for me. I tried Things 2. The internal logic and capabilities were better for me. There were some flaws. Most of them were in the unattractive and inefficient user interface. A few were in the logic. I was hoping and betting that Cultured Code would make improvements over time on top of an excellent foundation. They have. With Things 3, Cultured Code has improved the user interface dramatically and also made many nice improvements in logic and functions. Some people complain about the price. I get good value for my money. I also use the iOS version and appreciate the good sync.

Yay, Things! (3.0.3)
6/8/2017 8:35:48 AM 5/5 By Kip Noll
As an entrepreneur who has a lot of different hats to wear, I rely on and love this app!!! Things is so incredibly simple and adaptable. I would be lost without it. I have used it for years now to manage projects and tasks, but also to keep my overall priorities and goals top of mind throughout the year. It's also helpful for keeping lists of all the random referrals, leads and notes I get, in addition to simply making sure I don't forget what I need for dinner tonight at the market. This is not a mega-project management tool with a million features for an organization—this is a sleek, very adaptable project and task management tool for a person. It’s super easy to use and totally dedicated to only one thing: your tasks and todo’s. Invaluable.

OmniFocus, ToDo, and 2Do, Bye (3.0.3)
6/7/2017 9:19:05 PM 5/5 By ScottNWDW
I’ve been using OmniFocus for the past 6 or 7 years, ToDo I’ve used since the iPhone 3G and I was trying out 2Do on and off the past year. There were features exclusive to each of them that I liked, but OmniFocus was the standout. A few years ago there was a special for Things 2 so I tried it, but really didn’t care much for it. After hearing about Things 3 when it first came out I downloaded the free 14 day trial offered. I fell in love with it and within a few days had it for the Mac, iPad and iPhone. Since then I have absolutely been in love using this app. It does everything I need it to do and it could be as simple or as complicated as I want. I read a few recent reviews and one review said that the checked off items has a bright blue box showing the app is complete as distracting, mine disappear when they are checked off. Maybe the setting needs to be reset. Another review complained about the Today tasks and the Upcoming tasks not being shown at the same time. Well, Today means TODAY, and UPCOMING means the future. What’s so hard to comprehend? As for price, I get tired of reading about complaints on price. Developers spend time and talent creating apps and they need to get paid, so they price their software. Why people expect them tto just give it away is beyond my comprehension. Would a chef open a restaurant to just give away the meals, or would clothing company just make clothes for free? I, for one, don’t mind paying for software that I use. I support the developers whether it be a one shot price as this or a subscription model.

Fantastic update! (3.0.3)
6/7/2017 2:10:52 PM 5/5 By Bass-o-matic
Very much worth the money. One bit of functionality I’d love to see is some rudimentary text formatting in task descriptions — maybe something based on Markdown? Bold, italics, bulleted and numbered lists, headings, and hyperlinks would be helpful additions.

Unbelieveable (3.0.3)
6/7/2017 9:52:42 AM 5/5 By jcohen2j
Nailed it. Thank you.

LOVE LOVE LOVE THINGS!!! (3.0.3)
6/6/2017 3:38:28 PM 5/5 By Mjp240
I don’t even know where to start. I have been using Things since the early days, when it first came out. Things has been a HUGE life and time saver for me, especially with my current position at work. I am in charge of managing multiple small and large projects across four offiice locations, scattered from Los Angeles to New York to London. Some projects an island in themselves to each location, while others are integrated across multiple locations. Without Things, I would be lost. Organizing that all in Mail, forgot about it. Using a calendar, hah, good luck. Things not only makes my life and job easier, but allows me to focus on things at hand that are critical to get done ASAP, while still keeping track of things down the road that need to get sorted. I tested out other Task Management software, but found Things to be the most user friendly and customizable of them all, at a great price point. And now with Things 3, I’m in heaven. Just love it. And besides the amazing software, I have always had amazing support when I need to figure something out or have an issue, which is rare. Cultured Code gets back to me promptly and always has a fix. Thanks again for the great software. Looking forward to many years using Things!

2 visual tweaks... (3.0.3)
6/6/2017 3:08:10 PM 4/5 By Richard KILMER
I dislike how the new app takes up more screen space. In the list itself theres a ton of unused whitespace as unnessesary padding, the font is larger and theres more space between tasks. They should have a more compact option in the preferences. The other design issue is that the “checked off” tasks get a bright blue box next to them. This visually brings More attention to the tasks that are already finished. A blue dot to the left typically signifies “unread” in most email apps and acts as a way of reminding the user there is something that needs to be looked at. The previous Things app grayed out the entire task, having it fade into the background, allowing you to focus more on the Unfinished tasks. I really hope they change these aspects because other than that it seems like theyve added a lot of functionality.

Fantastic! (3.0.3)
6/6/2017 12:17:23 PM 5/5 By Stephen Chong
This is a fantastic todo-app! Version 3 is a huge improvement over the previous version, and that was already a vital part of my workflow! I highly highly recommend this!

great update makes this a solid, full-featured to-do system (3.0.3)
6/6/2017 6:30:39 AM 4/5 By ibeatty
Version 3 is a great update, filling in lots of missing features I’d wished it had, and providing some really useful ones I hadn’t realized I wanted. (I just discovered that I can set reminders for a specific day and time. :) Biggest complaint: Some of the workflow/UI steps are a bit non-intuitive to me; it seems like different actions on one “thing” are distributed around different parts of the interface, so I’m frequently clicking around looking for the way to do something. I’ll probably get used to the layout eventually, though.

Good App. Coming from Wunderlist (3.0.3)
6/4/2017 11:43:00 PM 4/5 By strictlysuccess
I really like Things 3. I switched a few years back to Wunderlist because I needed the capability to share tasks with a team. After Microsoft gave Wunderlist the axe I decided to look around again. Not too many todo apps handle delegating/sharing tasks among teams. I decided to go back to Things partly because of the revamped look and features but mostly because of it’s ease of use and simplicity. All of that said, I would love to see delegation capabilities added. It’s really needed for those of us that don’t work in a bubble with only ourselves. The other thing I would love to see is within the “Upcoming” section. I love this section but would like to see the Today also listed in the Upcoming section. It would be helpful to see everything I’m working on at a glance… Current and upcoming. I love the ability to see only “Today” on that tab but would ike to see it combine with Upcoming to get an overall look at everything I have on my plate. Hope that isn’t too confusing. I really like Things 3. Just a few items I’d like to see added. Especially the delegation/sharing feature.

Awesome Now & Getting Better!! (3.0.3)
6/3/2017 11:45:26 AM 5/5 By Imgbook
Things 3 is an awesome app that just got better with version 3.0.3. I recently came back to Things after using OmniFocus for a few years and I am glad I did. Things 3 allows me to work the way I want too, only better!!

Great app, but a little expensive (3.0.3)
6/3/2017 8:40:17 AM 4/5 By Blackhawkdriver12:45
Overall, this app has helped me to be a lot more productive, at home and at work. Why does it get 4 stars instead of 5? Because it begs for reviews, that's why. Normally, I give apps that beg for reviews 1 star ratings by default, but this is an exceptional app, therefore I'm making an exception. I did buy the app for iphone, iPad, and Mac. To be honest, it annoys me that I have to pay separate fees for the ipad & iphone versions. I feel like those should be grouped together. Otherwise, kudos to the developers. I've never had a "to do" app that was this useful. I find it very easy to keep track of all of my to do's and calendar events. I'm never late with anything now. Thanks!

Perfection. Easily worth the money. (3.0.3)
6/3/2017 8:27:48 AM 5/5 By sflomenb
I have tried all the todo apps you can think of, and Things has always been the best. As a user of Things 2 since 2014, I have been eagerly awaiting Things 3. It is everything I hoped for and more. It has all of the features that made v2 great, as well as some new ones that make it much better. The main concept is still wonderful, the Today list. You pick the tasks you want to complete today, drag them in any order, and go about your day. It works great, always has and always will. The Scheduled list in Things 3 has become Upcoming, in which you can actually plan your days ahead for the next week as well as the future months and years. It works great, as in Things 2 you couldn’t set the specific order of what you wanted to do the next day. Similarly, the Next list has become Anytime, which also works well. Projects have received a major overhaul that greatly increases productivity. The nice little progress indicator circles are a great addition, as well as the inclusion of Headings, to group your todos in any way you want inside a project. Finally, the main aspect of Things 2 that I didn’t like was the lack of reminders, which is now included in Things 3! It works wonderfully. To conclude, this is a great app and I would recommend it to anybody.

Things 3 surpassed my expectations! (3.0.1)
6/2/2017 9:10:34 PM 4/5 By Steven Hsu
I have been using Things for a long time. When Things 3 was finally released, it surpassed my expectations. It integrates calendar and adds functions like checklist and headline in project. I would really appreciate if they can add the function to adjust font size in Things 3.

Subtle, powerful to do list (3.0.1)
6/2/2017 7:38:53 AM 5/5 By ddmckay
I switched from OmniFocus to Things 2 when it was announced due to the simplicity of Things. Things 3 takes that simplicity further and makes powerful features easy. The “power tools” are hidden from the clean layout, but readily appear in just a right place when you need them, for example the schedule menu that appears when you mouse over the area to the left of a todo item. Didn’t need to read a manual to find that, just moved the mouse around and it appeared right when I needed it in just the right place. This is a beautiful, powerful and very helpful app! Plus it syncs reliably between MacOS, iOS and watchOS. Well done!

I agree, T3 is great (3.0.1)
6/1/2017 6:43:44 PM 5/5 By Greysong
I am using Things again and getting it done. So far I am impressed with the new features. They work well together. I had no problem converting from T2. - I do prefer the old style TAGS. I use the Tags feature and probably have too many which is why I prefer the old style of presenting tags like in a dropdown menu, that is not expanding an item until you select it or click on it. Trying to scroll thru an expanded list takes too long when you have a lot of tags, esp on IOS version. - I also wish they provided a more compact design option. T3 wastes a lot of vertical white space and uses large fonts when other vertical space saving options exist. Again this is more important for me in the IOS version. It looks splashy and bright, but I bet people into todo lists are more likely utilitarian.

Awesome, Elegant, Useful, Simplicity on the other Side of Complexity (3.0.1)
6/1/2017 1:16:57 PM 5/5 By Geni Blissón
Things 2 was a great app. Things 3 is even better. My biggest wish list with Things 2 was to have a checklist of subtasks, and Things 3 has delivered on that! Things 3 added so much more that I didn’t even know that I would find useful. I like how Things organizes projects in Areas. I love how it integrates with my calendar. And as always, I love how the Mac, iPad and iPhone versions all work seamlessly with each other. Fantastic App.

Love the app but not the $$$ (3.0.1)
6/1/2017 12:44:26 PM 4/5 By Moe Rubenzahl
Grumble. Appreciate the 20% off, I suppose, but don't like the three apps, especially the separate iPhone and iPad apps which add up to like $80 for a to-do??? I use it rarely on iPad but the iPhone app just barely works there, so I have to spend even more. The iPhone app doesn't observe screen rotation, making it clumsy and stupid on the ipad. That said, I bought it and it is slick and pretty and works well.


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