"It's ideal for planning out your day, Bullet Journal style. [...] the combination of scheduling, tagging, and (plain text, portable) notes in one place makes it a true productivity tool."
Brett Terpstra, MacStories
"What makes this app truly unique is the use of Markdown, which really speeds up both taking notes and creating action items."
"If you love plain text notes, but hate that they have no way to integrate with your calendars and reminders, then you might just find this to be the perfect app."
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NotePlan Mac window showing a markdown note and iPhone and iPad showing the calendar

Keep journal of your progress towards your achievements

Quickly jot down tasks, checklists, notes and your journal into a plain markdown editor. You can format and order your todos visually into different projects like this:

# Project Title
* First Todo
* [x] Something done
* [>] Scheduled to another day

Mark tasks as done, deleted or schedule them to another day in your calendar. This makes it incredibly flexible and easy.

Markdown note with titles and todo management on NotePlan for iOS

Plan your things inside a note for every day in your calendar

Powerful planning in two steps:

  1. Write your plan with markdown notes - one note for every day

  2. Go to the calendar and see all your tasks in a bird’s eye view

Your todo’s state is color-coded. Calendar events and reminders are also pulled from your iCloud.

Markdown calendar view on NotePlan for Mac

Write lists, backlogs and other notes outside the calendar sorted by tags

Don’t build one giant list. With general notes you can make short lists, organize them with tags and link between them to create your internet of lists:

- Use #tags to filter
- Link notes by [[Title]]
- Link dates by [[YYYY-MM-DD]]

You can build a collection of reference material, check lists, backlogs, etc. and combine them in master lists. You can also link back to markdown notes in your calendar.

Markdown notes overview on NotePlan for iOS

Review your days and stay on track with your goals

NotePlan will show you open points in the calendar, so you won’t miss out on anything. It forces you to review your tasks and take a decision:

- Is it done?
- Is it not important anymore?
- Or better schedule it to another day?

This way you get reminded and nothing slips through the cracks.

Schedule todos on NotePlan for Mac
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