The current release, version 4, is long-awaited version 3 was released in and provides a welcome user interface refresh, as well as many tweaks to make working with outlines easier. But work remains to be done to use outlines in other programs, and you should try before you buy the Pro version. The Inspector, where you make style changes and specify how the outline displays, has been overhauled and reorganized, to good effect. Creating outlines is faster with the addition of the Resource Browser, which contains more than a dozen premade templates to help you get started. Of course, you can save your own outlines as templates. You can now also add the styles from a template—its theme—to your own outlines.
Screenshots Description This is OmniOutliner 5: OmniOutliner Essentials is simple—everything you need to get started. Pro adds powerful features like smart columns, password protection, keyboard shortcuts, and plenty more. Try out both for free! Use an outline to put structure on new ideas, rearrange them and construct beautiful documents for sharing with built-in themes.
Contexts will be replaced with tags, which can be used like contexts or to indicate other attributes of a task like its priority, location, or time. With tags, Omni is will also introduce manual reordering OmniGroup OmniOutliner Professional 3 mac tasks within a tag. The way OmniFocus deals with dates and notifications is being revamped too. With version 3, OmniFocus will add more fine-grained control over repeating tasks. Similar flexibility is being added to notifications, which will include more detail in each notification.