By Whetstone Apps
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Have you ever been confused by your day planner? Do you think and plan visually? We created DayMap because we believe visual people deserve an organizer tailored to their strengths.
DayMap is a visual planning app which helps you plan your days and weeks for optimum productivity. The project outliner places your projects side by side in columns so that you can see more information with less scrolling.
The calendar located below the project outliner makes it easy to schedule important todo’s.
- Sync your DayMap data between your Mac and iPhone (or any iOS Device) thanks to integrated iCloud sync support! (Requires iOS 8 or later and Mac OS X Yosemite or later)
- System-wide keyboard shortcut to quickly add new tasks to inbox without having to switch apps.
- Create deep hierarchies of tasks with subtasks.
- View all your projects and tasks at a glance.
DayMap helps you make the most of every day, every week.
We are interested in hearing what you think, so share your feedback with us on our website.
What's New in Version 2.1.0
[NEW] Translated DayMap into German, French, and Chinese.
[NEW] Hide Completed slider now only affects the Outline view. Completed tasks in the Calendar will always remain visible.
[NEW] Removed italic text to represent scheduled Tasks. Scheduled Tasks are now marked with an icon.
[NEW] Task Notes can now be previewed in the Outline view. (View > Show Task Notes in Outline)
[NEW] Holding down the Option key while dragging a task in the Outline will create a copy of the task instead of moving it.
[NEW] Added a quick “Schedule for Today” option to the Task context menu.
[IMPROVEMENT] Improved the look of the Task drag destination drawing.
[IMPROVEMENT] Apple Calendar Event time format now respects the 24-hour / 12-hour setting in System Preferences.
[IMPROVEMENT] Increased default project width.
[FIXED] Fixed problem where indentation would be long when dragging a hierarchy of tasks to another location.
[FIXED] Fixed bug where recurring Task “end on date” could shift by one day.
- If you like DayMap, please take the time to give us a nice review. We really appreciate it. -
Visually appealing, logical, flexible
Showing a range of projects and tasks together with a calendar, and making it easy to schedule tasks by drag and drop, is an appealing way to keep track of and plan tasks. But the program could be even better: for instance, it would be nice to be able to add a series of tasks quickly, to slide the calendar along by day (for, say, dragging and dropping a task to next week), and to focus on a day at a time rather than always seeing a day in the context of the whole week. I’d also like to see an iPad app (the developer is working on this)—the companion iPhone app has a very different look and feel from this desktop app.
Not ready for grown-ups...
Figured since your app was recently updated, it wasn’t beta. Plus it’s 2.1.0. Yikes, was I fooled. Not ready for grown-ups:
1. Can’t create multiday tasks. That’s rock bottom basic.
2. It does not sync to iCloud. Have uninstalled, reinstalled several times from both Macs to try. Nope.
3. So can’t use between two Macs without re-entering data. (Really?)
4. It asks whether you want to “merge” data when you try iCloud sync. Then end up with garbage demo data infesting your own work.
5. Or select “overwrite”, get the message it can’t do that. Then de-selects the “Use iCloud” automatically.
6. Then open DM on the other Mac, the one with your data, it’s gone. Gone.
7. It does not sync with Apple Calendar. Select that and the app stares back uselessly.
8. No iPad. No Dropbox. No Evernote. To be fair, that was clear upfront.
9. It’s not a $10 app. It’s a 99-cent app, at best.
Wish I’d saved the 10-spot to spend on the bottle of wine that I will need after wasting time on your amateur app.
The Best Time/Project Scheduler I’ve Ever Used.
Finally, I can see all the plates i’m spinning at once, and effortlessly arrange them, plan them, and work on them simultaneously. Thank you so much for such an intelligent design. I’ve paid a lot more money for organizers that are more confusing than they are useful. Awesome fresh layout. Great Job.