The Best Mac Tools Calendar Apps

18-10-2023 | Property Development

The process of organizing your schedule should be easy–and fast. The top Mac apps have a clean, functional design and can easily sync between your Mac and iPhone and iPad. They allow you to separate your work and home calendars and display only those most important appointments for you. They also let you alter the view of your agenda and include features such as natural processing of language and click-and-drag time allocation for meetings.

One of the most recognizable names in mac tools, Apple’s Calendar is free and comes with every Mac. Its simplicity makes it an ideal choice for those who only need the basics. It’s also integrated with iMessages, Mail and Siri, so your techhardsoft.net/keep-the-essential-data-secure-data-room-virtual-solution appointments will show up in these apps. It has a variety of views including weekly, monthly, and an agenda view as well as an overview of the year. Apple Maps shows addresses and you can get a travel time notification before an appointment. It doesn’t have a to-do listing however, you can opt to include tasks from Reminders and Todoist listed alongside your appointments.

BusyCal is another option. It’s similar to Apple’s Calendar however it offers some key distinctions. It offers five views (daily view week view, month view year view, and a list), natural language processing, real-time animated feedback and the capability to drag meetings times. It can also display your tasks and integrates with apps like Trello and Todoist to manage tasks (creating new occurrences as Todoist cards or Zapier actions). It does not sync as easily with multiple accounts like some of the other options on this list. However it does support iCloud Exchange.

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