Agenda - Notes meets Calendar

Agenda - Notes meets Calendar for PC and Mac

Published by Momenta B.V. on 2023-03-20

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.12
  • Category: Productivity
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 17.0.2
  • File size: 47.00 MB

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Agenda Overview

What is Agenda? Agenda is a note-taking app available for macOS, iPadOS, and iOS that focuses on organizing notes by date and time. It allows users to plan and document their projects, with a complete picture of past, present, and future. The app includes features such as images, file attachments, tags, lists, and links, and allows users to connect their notes to events in their calendar and add due reminders to their tasks. Agenda also offers a unique timeline approach to organizing notes, with the ability to add notes to an overview in the sidebar for quick access. The app is free to use, with premium features available for purchase.


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Agenda - Notes meets Calendar Features and Description

Key Features:

Features of Agenda:

- Date-focused note taking app for macOS, iPadOS, and iOS

- Helps plan and document projects

- Provides a complete picture of past, present, and future

- Ideal for personal and professional projects

- Notes are beautifully styled with images, file attachments, tags, lists, and links

- Connects notes to events in your calendar and adds due reminders to tasks

- Powerful search, project jump bar, and related notes list for easy note location

- Unique timeline approach to organizing notes

- Ability to attach dates to individual notes and put them "On the Agenda"

- Supports styles like headings, lists, indented blocks, and preformatted text

- Allows file attachments to notes that sync across devices

- Group projects into categories and order notes as desired

- Apps available for Mac, iPad, and iPhone with syncing via iCloud or Dropbox

- Free with no time limits

- Offers premium features with a one-time in-app purchase

- Any features added within 12 months of purchase are included and permanently unlocked.


  • - Allows users to quickly add notes and add to notes
  • - Versatile for deploying and repurposing content
  • - Exports notes into Evernote Business files to share content with colleagues
  • - Flexible and allows users to craft their own content structures

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Agenda - Notes meets Calendar - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By BadazzByDesign

    Agenda Is My New Workhorse! LOVE IT!

    Agenda's versatility makes it perfect for deploying & repurposing content so it becomes useful at your fingetips. I use it to take notes, write drafts, capture ideas in raw form, then edit within Agenda and when ready I export in HTML & Markdown and publish to the various web projects I am working on. I export the notes into a Evernote Business files to share content with collegues. So far it has been the best interface to use as I write, refine and then quickly use & reuse my work in a polished form. I imagine the most difficult thing for people will be to craft thier own content structures and follow thier own rules. Agenda is versatile which means the user has to decide how best to use it for thier own workflow. So it can be a little tricky thinking through those parameters when you first jump into it. I had an issue with the upgrade syncing to my Windows but sent an email on Sunday night and first thing Monday morning everything was working perfectly! Great service team too. Also check out the help files and the community boards because most of the questions I have had were easily answered and quickly found there.

  • By Soren Oxlade

    Great app, love the flow, editing quirky but loveable

    Thanks devs! Absolutely love the feature based pricing model btw, I feel upset at some of the reviews from people misunderstanding the purity and transparency of the model. Soo much better than a subscription. I have really been enjoying this fusion of notes / todo / scheduler / (???) apps. I put question marks because I feel like this is one of those apps where someone could come up with a crazy left-field workflow and surprise everyone with the apps versatility. The markdown rendering has some quirks here and there, ocassional sticky formatting (ie, can’t get out of bold mode unless I copy paste some regular body text) plus some surprising performance heartbeat skips when cutting, pasting, applying formats to text you wrote 5 mins ago (rather than remembering to format on the go) or just any kind of rapid pace retrospective editing. Maybe it’s the pace not the rendering? Either way, I think my #1 most desired feature request would be a toggle into a raw Markdown editing mode: no automatic rendering, just pure Markdown, fast and performant!

  • By Quark Gluon Plasma

    Maybe someday but probably not

    It sounds like a a good idea: an app that assigns notes to projects and makes continuos narratives from them. It looks like Markdown under the hood, but the developer says it isn’t. The yellow-orange color is hard on my eyes, and the font size is too small, but they are not too bad. Figuring out how to work everything is not quite as good as it could be, but not bad either. It’s a decent implementation of a good idea. There are two major problems, though. There’s no ios version, and that’s a complete deal breaker. The developer say an ios version is in the works, though, If I were going to use this at all, it would be at the core of my workflow, and then it has to run on both PC and ios. Even if there were an ios version, there’s the question of how it would integrate into my workflow. I am never going to use this app to replace my next action lists (sorry, yes, GTD), so there has to be some path back and forth. I just don’t see anything that would make it fast and easy to get stuff in and out of a modern todo list app. More sharing options would be a good thing. Email alone looks like a headache. So maybe someday if there’s an ios app, but probably not because the benefit probably doesn’t justify the additional workflow burden.

  • By wesowell

    Love it

    Exactly what I needed. I was actually trying to do this on paper- with many little notebooks for different projects, but then they’d get misplaced or i’d forget about some and i had to calender things separtely. I thought I still wanted to use paper and pencil until I found this. This app is perfect for tracking many projects and ideas at once while keeping them organized and unforgotten. It also looks better and is way more affordable than trello, too. trello’s been good for groups in offices I’ve worked at, but this feels way better for me as an individual. And while you can write notes on trello, this makes it easier to organize and see them cause they aren’t just comments on tasks. Also, I thought I wanted to have it connect to my google calendar, where I keep everything else, but then I realized I would have to be connected to the internet at all times to see it, so it’s actually better that it’s connecting to my Microsoft calender app. (so long as it uptates it all to my phone, once the phone version comes out.

  • By Uselessdetails

    Useful for some kinds of project tracking & writing

    This is a very pretty application which has a good number of features. It's remarkably flexible and in that is the challenge. There isn't really any clear or obvious workflow or application for using it, which is a mixed blessing. On the one hand, you can do just about anything you want. On the other hand, what do you do with it? I'm giving it only 4 stars primarily for this reason. (I also think the UI is a little less than discoverable, but that's not a major issue here.) Personally, I'm using it to track a series of small personal projects that take place over time and require a little work here and a little work there. I can capture notes for those projects, todo's, any list of things I need done or things I want to remember later and they are available on all my devices. More flexible than any of the other "to do" systems I use in that regard and since I'm not using for project scheduling, that flexibility is useful to me. I do wish it had different categorizations, state machines, etc, but everyone always wants just one more tiny feature, right? The licensing and purchase model is also excellent. The app is quite usefull as it sits. The extra features are also useful, the thing you have now, (whatever that is), will continue to work in perpetuity, and the developers are also incentivized to add useful features. it's one of the more well thought out monetization schemes I've seen for any software.

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