Things is a task management solution that helps to organize your tasks in an elegant and intuitive way. Things combines powerful features with simplicity through the use of tags and its intelligent filter bar. A Leopard style source list allows for quick and easy focusing. Together with a beautiful user interface, Things aims at the seemingly impossible: making task management both easy and fun.
Our screencast is a great introduction. Learn from our users why Things is different by visiting either on i use thisor Newsvine.
- The big picture. A Leopard-style source list lets you easily focus without ever switching view modes or wrapping your head around filter criteria.
- A magical tag bar automatically appears when needed and adapts to the currently displayed list. It lets you drill down even the longest list of To-Dos. Hierarchical tags? We got you covered!
- Teamwork. Things offers convenient collaboration features. Easily delegate tasks to members of your team. (This is work in progress.)
- No columns! Whether it’s multiple tags, dates or notes, To-Do items display their information on an as needed basis. No more space wasted by empty or irrelevant column cells!
- Out of your head, out of your way. A quick entry HUD lets you enter any idea the moment it hits you. Never let the thought of an unfinished business distract you again.
- Yours forever. We won’t lock you in. Things will use an open XML file format to store your data. (Not yet activated.)
- Things even supports GTD, so if you’re familiar and comfortable with GTD concepts, you’ll feel right at home.
This update brings full support for macOS Mojave and introduces a beautiful new dark mode for Things
Dark mode for Mojave
- Things will automatically switch between light and dark mode based on the appearance you’ve chosen in the macOS System Preferences.
- You can run Things in dark mode all the time by going to View > Appearance in Things’ menu bar.
Dark mode for High Sierra & earlier
- Things looks fantastic in dark mode - so we had to bring it to earlier macOS versions as well.
- Simply go to View > Appearance in Things’ menu bar to switch between light and dark mode.
- Full support for macOS Mojave.
- Support for the ‘clipboard’ parameter in the URL scheme.
- Bug fixes and other improvements.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor