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Agenda 6.0

Momenta has released Agenda 6.0, adding full integration with Apple’s  Reminders. The date-focused note-taking app now enables you to create and edit reminders directly in the text of your notes and inserts a link to bring you directly from Reminders back to your Agenda note. The update also adds support for linking multiple notes to the same calendar event; speeds up Dropbox syncing; refines the interface for interacting with the calendar including date picking, event editing, and a Related Info panel; fixes bugs that caused iCloud and Dropbox syncs to stall; and resolves issues with copy and paste where text would be duplicated or more text pasted than expected.

If you have paid to unlock Agenda’s premium features, Agenda 6 now enables you to create Quick Reminders in the Related Info panel (without having to attach them to a note), edit reminders directly in the timeline of the Related Info panel, and reschedule reminders directly from the Related Info timeline. You can purchase Agenda’s premium features inside the app for $24.99, which permanently unlocks all current features and provides access to newly released features in the next 12 months. (Free with $24.99 in-app premium feature purchase, free update, 34.6 MB, macOS 10.12+)

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  1. I’ve been on the beta for the Mac and iOS versions of Agenda and I have to say I’ve never encountered a more responsive and communicative team of developers.

    A clear roadmap, a great set of new features, Agenda occupies a unique spot in the matrix of notes, calendar items and now reminders, once you work your way into it it, its a great productivity tool. Took me a while but stuck with it and it has sidelined the trio of Things, BusyCal and Apple Notes I had been using. It’s also really well designed.

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