Scheduling your time should be easy–and fast. The top calendars for mac tools apps are clean and functional designs and sync well between your Mac and iPhone or iPad. They allow you to divide your work and home calendars, and only show the events that are important to you. You can also personalize your agenda view and include features such as natural-language processing and drag-and-drop time allocation for meetings.
Apple’s Calendar one of the most well-known mac tools, is free and comes with every Mac. Its simplicity makes it an ideal option for those who wants the basics, but it’s also integrated with iMessage, Mail, and Siri so your appointments appear in those apps. It has a variety of views that include a monthly and weekly view, along with an agenda view as well as a year-in-review. Addresses show up in Apple Maps, and you will receive a techhardsoft.net travel time notification prior to an appointment. It doesn’t come with a task list however, you can choose to have your tasks pulled in from Reminders or Todoist and show them alongside your scheduled appointments.
Another option is BusyCal, which looks almost similar to Apple’s Calendar at first glance but it has a few distinct differences. It offers five main views (daily week, month, year, and list) and features natural language processing that provides animated real-time feedback, and lets you drag meetings times. It also displays your tasks and integrates with apps like Trello and Todoist to organize tasks (creating new occurrences using Todoist cards or Zapier actions). It doesn’t connect to multiple accounts as easily as the other choices on this list but it does work with iCloud and Exchange.