Introducing Agenda, an elegant new take on notes.
Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for iOS and macOS, which helps you plan and document your projects. With its unique timeline, Agenda gives you a complete picture of past, present and future, driving your projects forward.
The notes in Agenda are beautifully styled, and include powerful features like tags, lists, and links. You can even connect your notes to events in your calendar.
Locating your notes also couldn't be easier, with powerful search, a project jump bar, and related notes list. And when you find what you're looking for, simply click back in the history to where you were.
TAKE NOTES. DATE NOTES.
Agenda’s unique timeline approach to organizing notes gives your projects momentum. While other apps focus specifically on the past, present, or future, Agenda is the only notes app that keeps track of each in a single timeline.
Add notes for what is currently on your agenda, while you prepare other notes for an upcoming meeting. Use older notes as breadcrumbs to remind yourself why you took the actions you did.
WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA?
You can attach dates to individual notes, and even link them to events in your calendar. But you can also put them “On the Agenda”.
Notes that are On the Agenda are given special status. You can search for them more easily, and they get added to a special group in the sidebar so you can find them in a flash. Agenda keeps what is most relevant right in front of you.
THE "MEANING FULL" TEXT EDITOR
Agenda is a styled-text editor. Styled text combines the best of plain text and rich text. It is as easy to edit as plain text, but allows meaning to be added, leading to visually stunning documents without breaking a sweat.
Styles include headings, lists, indented blocks, and preformatted text. You focus on the meaning of your notes, and leave Agenda to handle the appearance.
The resulting documents look fantastic, are consistently styled, and can be readily converted to other styled text formats like markdown and HTML.
Group your projects into categories to make them easier to find, and order the notes for each project however you choose. You can drag them around, apply dates, or use a mixed approach. You can also collapse notes to save space.
TAKING IT TO TASK
Do you sometimes find yourself using your task manager for more than it is intended?
Agenda is a notes app that has excellent support for tasks. It supports different list styles, including checklists, and allows mixing tasks with more extensive notes.
Best of all, your completed tasks don’t get sucked into the archive abyss when you are done with them, but are there for future reference and searching.
SHARE NOTES AND PROJECTS
A notes app is not very useful if you can't share what you create. With Agenda, you can print and share notes, even whole projects, in standard formats like PDF, RTF and Markdown. You can also use the Agenda archive format to exchange exact duplicates of your notes with other Agenda users.
MANY DEVICES, ONE AGENDA
Nobody wants their data silo-ed on one device, so Agenda has apps for Mac, iPad, and iPhone, and they sync up via your iCloud account.
Agenda is free, with no time limits. You can use it forever, at no cost.
Agenda does offer extra premium features that require an In App Purchase. If you decide to purchase an upgrade, you permanently unlock all current features across all of your eligible devices. (You can purchase for iOS devices only, or both iOS and macOS.)
Even better, any features we add in the 12 months following your purchase are included, and permanently unlocked as well. All yours to keep.
The applications Agenda – A new take on notes was published in the category Productivity on 2018-05-29 and was developed by Momenta B.V.. The file size is 37.51 MB. The current version is 1.3 and works well on 11.0 and high ios versions.
- "Report an Issue" and "Contact Us" action menus now work
- Fixed a layout issue when using "Search All"
- You can now double tap the top of a note to collapse, in addition to pinching
- The top bar and add note button (+) are now always visible on launch
- You can now swipe a category to edit it, in addition to double tapping
- Creating a new project via the add note button (+) menu now opens the sidebar
- Fixed issue where linking to an event sometimes inserted the text "At"
- Correct the order of icons in the style bar
This app crashes every time I add a date to the notes
For whatever reason agenda shows projects due latest first. So for example I’ll see July 27 before 26 etc. I have to scroll to the bottom to see what’s due next... doesn’t quite make sense for an agenda app
Very powerful, intuitive, flexible! Sync just works. Thanks! Request: Filter to show check list only on agenda or any day. With that I would completely ditch my GTD apps.
It is annoying to use a separate app for each basic productivity tool. Agenda has found a simple but advanced way to combine to-do lists, calendars, and note taking. Being a student, school projects were never so easy to manage. I can put all of the information and tasks to the day the project is due. I have seen apps like this before but none of them have been this great.
I love this app! Been using OneNote for years and my collection of notes have become an unwieldy mess. Being able to tag and link notes to calendar items is awesome. There are definitely some additional features that I would love to see (Apple Pencil support) but as a fellow developer I gladly paid the premium price to help ensure more features can be added to this already very solid app.
The premise—attaching notes to calendar events is great. Could use a little more attention to organization and navigation. If you have lots of “contexts” for notes (e.g. personal, professional, hobbies, projects, etc.) it breaks down pretty fast. Also doesn’t support Apple Pencil. That alone would move me to ditch the other apps I use for note taking.
I like the idea behind Agenda, and it would be great if it can support sync via Google account, so that I can sync across multiple devices in which I logged in with different Apple IDs.
God I want to love this app but fighting it is a pain. It doesn’t respond, controls are vague and sometimes it just doesn’t work. Nice idea. Lousy implementation.
I really really want to love Agenda. Coming from an Evernote user, Agenda takes an interesting approach to task, notes, calendar, and history for all these. I sincerely appreciate the workflow and layout. While it’s not entirely intuitive (i.e. formal GTD system), I had no issues picking it up and getting going. That’s probably one of its best features; the ability to work it the way you want. The ONLY reason I deleted the app, is the lack of image support. I imported some notes from the stock notes app, then realized that all the images would not come over. I understand that it’s a focused note/task/history app, and images may interfere with that method. An image is sometimes the quickest and most convenient way to get info down. I can completely see myself coming back and subbing to Agenda in the future if image support is implemented.
Agenda promises much and delivers too little yet. I hope that it is only a matter of time until we will get full Markdown support (not only export-oriented), smarter interaction with apps like OmniFocus, and much more complete automation tools. That should be the case, as the pay-the features-you get scheme would gain meaning to me that way only.
Please be one of the few awesome developers who makes a cross-platform app that can be downloaded and synced on a PC (Windows 10) and not just Apple. That would make this app much more accessible for people who do not have all Mac products. That and the windows store is devoid of any truly well put together note taking apps. Be the first I beg of you. 10 stars if that happens
The way Agenda organizes notes clicked with me from day one. Whether I’m collecting notes for a months-long project or reviewing today-to-today requests, Agenda is a nice fit for the way I work. Excited to see how development progresses.
I have been using Agenda on my Mac for a few months now, and having an iOS companion app is wonderful. I use it now on my iPad and iPhone. And the ability to link info out of Agenda directly to a calendar appointment is sweeeet! I am not a power user of the app by any means, but I love creating projects with simple checklists that I can then move to calendar tasks with ease. It is exactly what I need to keep track of multiple projects and multiple checklists. I also use it like a simple text editor, often composing information first in Agenda, then transferring it to a document, email, or text. I love the simplicity of this app!
This app impressed me more out of the box than anything I have tried in a while. The changes from what loosely similar apps do seem at first incremental but are powerful in a way that opens up very plausible workflows. The key thing is turning a static collection of notes into something that can flow with your calendar - it took me a little while to grasp the intent, but when it clicked and I realized it is not just a notes app replacement I could imagine lots of immediate uses. It is well worth taking the time to find and learn all the features - there is quite a bit hiding under the slick surface (maybe I am slow, but it was the second day before I found the settings button on the right hand slide-in panel) and I already see several reviews complaining about the absence of things that are actually there in the program. You can’t insert images yet but I see from their blog it is likely in the pipeline along with other things, and I happily paid for premium. Thanks to the developers!
There are not many apps that really and truly deserve an unequivocal 5 Star rating, but Agenda is truly one of the best of those. I am not connected with the developers in any way other than an end user. But as an end user, much to my wife’s chagrin, I have tried out hundreds of apps. Most just go by the wayside so to speak, that is they might at first seem to hold some promise, and in fact most do have some value in at least some of their features, but then they fall short in others, and may not live up to at least my expectations. Sometimes this is because they may have been “rushed to market” before they were ready for prime time, perhaps as the classic version 1.0, but lacking the polish of a truly well developed app. Not so with Agenda. Agenda started as an app for MacOS, with the promise of an upcoming iOS version. As a MacOS version it was so well developed already, that it immediately caught my attention as an app, that if the iOS version that was soon forthcoming, was going to be an app that could replace a few of my current apps. The iOS version appeared in beta form much more quickly than I could have hoped, and even in beta, it proved to be almost everything I could have hoped for and more. There are a number of reasons that this app stands head and shoulders above all others I have tried and used, some for some time. 1. It has versions for MacOS as well as iOS, and on iOS as a universal app that does not appear to suffer from being such, as is often the case with universal apps. 2. It almost instantly syncs between the versions via iCloud, generally taking no more than a few seconds to do so. 3. The format in each version is almost identical, so one does not have the frustration of different appearance and different methods of moving from one part of the application to another. 4. Never have I ever seen a more responsive crew of developers than I see with these guys. If one has a question, swipe to the right side of the app, tap on the icon, select either help or feedback, go to the community and submit a question, and if it has not been addressed already, receive a reply within one day. 5. This is perhaps the cleanest design of an app that I’ve ever seen. On left is an outline of your folders, categories, or projects, arranged however you wish. Swipe that to the left off screen, and now you see full screen the particular project or note you happen to be working on, without any obstruction of other details. Swipe in from the right, and now you can see recently edited notes, other options, settings, connections to calendar events if you wish, preferences, connection to the community, and so on. Swipe it out of the way, and you’re back only in the project or note you’re working on. 6. When you’re working on or editing in your note, of course the keyboard comes up, but it’s not just your basic generic Apple keyboard. There are numerous additional options within the keyboard that give you all sorts of possibilities to format your note however you wish to do so. Finally, there are so many advantages to this app compared to any other that I’ve used, and I’ve used dozens and perhaps hundreds of others, (Between business, financial, and personal apps, I have over 300 active apps), that I can highly recommend Agenda without reservation. Give a try. I don’t believe you will ever regret it.
Without thinking because this approach to sales is just so classy! I want to reward this behavior as much as possible! And the APP? It’s perfection and easily worth the upgrade to premium! It is exactly what I’ve been wanting from a notes/tasks/etc. standpoint! Wow! Devs... Congrats on your app release! Wishing you lots of luck and $ 🤣. ONE LAST THING...when you get around to making improvements or adjustments...can you please incorporate the black theme? Please? Now that I’ve experienced iPhoneX’s OLED screen...my eyes have been spoiled! Your app is beautiful but just imagine it in pure black on an iPhoneX? It would be a stunner!! Congrats again! Love it!!!
High hopes but could not get past the front door. Non intuitive with insufficient directions for basic use. Might try again
This is an interesting take on a note-taking app, and it’s definitely one I’ll be keeping my eye on. But it’s still early in development, and it needs a bit more maturing before I’ll be able to use it as my main note app. Besides the bugs (and I ran across several just in the first few minutes of trying this out), there definitely need to be theme options. I find the orange a bit ugly, which makes me not want to stare at this app all day. You can’t do circle bullets, only dashes or numbers. You can’t insert an image or drawing into a note. There’s no way to view/search for incomplete checklist items. I love the overall concept of date and calendar-based notes, as well as the separation of people vs. other tags. Hopefully these issues will be addressed as the developers work on the app and I’ll be able to use it in the future.
The only reason I downloaded the app
It’s annoying to have to create an account with you guys because you don’t want to use Apple’s subscription API. I don’t think I’m the only person who is dissatisfied with have to keep track of Apple related subscriptions separately from the tab within my account. I would honestly pay the marginal difference if you guys started using their API.
This app is super and fluid but please optimize it for phones like iphone 5 and 5s