Scheduling your time should be simple and quick. The best Mac tools have a simple, practical designs and sync easily between your Mac and iPhone and iPad. They let you separate your home and work calendars and display only those ones that are important to you. You can also customize your agenda view and add features like natural language processing and drag-and-drop time allocation for meetings.
Apple’s Calendar, one of the most popular mac tools, is free and is included with every Mac. Its simplicity makes it a great option for those who require the essentials. It’s also integrated with iMessages, Mail and Siri, so your appointments will appear in these apps. It has a variety of perspectives that include a monthly and weekly view, along with Diligent Boards an agenda view, as well as a year-in-review. Addresses will be displayed in Apple Maps, and you can get a travel-time notification before any appointment. It doesn’t come with a task list however, you can opt in to get your tasks retrieved from Todoist or Reminders and show them alongside your schedule.
BusyCal is another option. It has a similar design to Apple’s Calendar, but it offers some key distinctions. It offers five main views (daily week, month and year as well as a list) It also has natural language processing and real-time feedback in real time, and lets you change the time for meetings. It can also display to-dos and integrates with applications like Trello and Todoist in order to systematize tasks. It isn’t able to connect as easily to multiple accounts as other options in this list. However, it does support iCloud Exchange.