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Things is a delightful and easy to use task manager.
When you start using Things, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to enter and manage your tasks. And with Things’ beautiful interface, task management becomes a delight. But all of this doesn’t come at the expense of power—everything you wish for in a task manager, Things has you covered.
What are you going to do today? Decide which tasks you want to do today and put them into your Today list. Throughout the day, come back to this list to check items off. Things will automatically show you due and scheduled items there once their date arrives - so you won’t miss anything important.
Focus. See what you need to do Today, what’s coming up Next, and what’s Scheduled for later. Put tasks in Someday if you can’t work on them right now, you can always come back to them later.
Keep yourself organised. Work, Family, Hobby - with Things, everything has its place. Projects and Areas of Responsibility let you master complex tasks and stay on top of your responsibilities in life and work.
Assign t.ags to assign contexts, priorities, time – whatever fits your personal workflow. Quickly filter a list to find those tasks which are most relevant now.
What's new in 3.8?
- Choose between three beautiful appearances – Light, Dark, and Black – or have it switch automatically based on your display brightness
One of the best personal organisers for your Mac, enables you to keep one eye on forthcoming projects and another on your daily tasks
On May 3rd, think-cell, the leading provider of productivity software for Microsoft PowerPoint users, proudly announced that it has launched think-cell 10, the first version of its signature software that empowers macOS users to create PowerPoint presentations with stunning charts and layouts in minutes.
'Today's knowledge workers and presentation professionals are at home both on macOS and Windows, and we now support our users on both of their favorite platforms,' said Markus Hannebauer, think-cell co-founder and CEO. 'In addition to supporting macOS, think-cell 10 comes in a fresh new look and brings many valuable new features.'
'Porting a complex Windows Office add-in to Office for Mac is a really challenging task and required years of development', said Arno Schödl, co-founder and CTO at think-cell. 'We are extremely proud to have done just that without sacrificing functionality, allowing users to focus on communicating and implementing recommendations instead of pushing around shapes on macOS as well as on Windows.'
Our CEO Markus Hannebauer walks you through the most important new features of think-cell 10 in the following short video. See below for further details.
After several years of development, we have achieved what no other company has done before – we have ported a complex Windows Office add-in to Office for Mac without sacrificing functionality! Your license for think-cell on Windows is also valid for macOS. think-cell 10 works with Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac version 16.9 or later, running on OS X Yosemite (10.10) or later.
With think-cell 10, you can now choose your favorite working environment and have the same great user experience. The interface is exactly the same and all features are available. Safari for mac на safari ipad.
With think-cell now branching across multiple platforms we took the opportunity to refresh the user interface. Icons in the Elements menu and context menu have a fresh new look.
With one click, you can change the chart type from this row of icons.
In the Data Links dialog you can now also easily select all charts linked to a specific Excel source file, and update them with one click. (learn more)
New buttons in the contextual toolbar help you easily update and revert, as well as switch to automatic updates for a chart.
Selecting a series in the legend of a scatter or bubble chart highlights all points or bubbles of the series.
Setting charts to the same scale is now persistent. If the scale changes in one chart, all charts with the same scale will be updated. You can set charts to the same scale even when their axes are not displayed. (learn more)
Using the same scale for multiple charts also works with axis breaks. Setting the same scale does not remove existing breaks, and adding an axis break to one chart will automatically add it to other charts using the same scale.
The X axes can also be set to same scale if they are value-based or date-based. For example, you can easily set two line charts to show the same years, even when the date range covered by the data is different. (learn more)
Scatter and bubble charts now support same scale. You independently choose whether the X- or Y-axis should use the same scale.
Value axes support a reversed axis. Scatter and bubble charts support a numerically reversed axis. Column, clustered and area charts simply flip the chart. In a line chart with two axes, you can set one to a reversed order to highlight negative correlations. (learn more)
On Windows, you can use Gmail when sending slides instead of Outlook. To enable this, you set 'think-cell Send With Gmail' as the default email program. (learn more)
The Save Slides command uses a dialog which includes your Quick Access folders. At the bottom of the dialog, you can choose which slides to include and whether date and time should be added to the filename.
When using 'Save Slides..' and 'Send Slides..', the filename better represents your choices: If you choose to send the entire presentation, for example, the file name does not contain slides numbers.
The font color of text in labels can be chosen and is not reset, even if the label background changes. (learn more)
The Load Style File command makes it easy to load previously used and default style files. Initially, it contains all styles included with think-cell for easy selection.
The color scheme for new charts is always taken from the think-cell style. The most recently used color scheme is now irrelevant when inserting a new chart. You can use a style file to set your preferred color scheme as the default. (learn more)
In the scatter chart, trendlines based on a power law, exponential or logarithmic relationship can be fitted to your data. (learn more)
You can represent the numerical scale of your chart with only grid lines instead of an axis line, instead of showing both. (learn more)
Create slides with text content based on JSON input while using the full power and flexibility of smart text fields. The new named text fields serve as placeholders in your automation templates. (learn more)