SheetPlanner for PC and Mac

Written by SheetPlanner Software LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release date: 2022-09-14
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 3.0.2
  • File size: 8.25 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.13
  • How it works | What is SheetPlanner?

Whatʹs Great

1. Dock badge count, strikethrough completed items, carry forward incomplete items, filter by cell value, print Outline or Timeline, Mojave dark mode, synchronize selection of items in month view and outline and much more.

2. View sheets in multiple tabs at once in any combination of views: month view, outline, timeline or year view.

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SheetPlanner Features and Description

Key Features

Latest Version: 3.0.2

  • Licence: Free

  • What does SheetPlanner do? SheetPlanner helps you organize information, plan your life and schedule your tasks and activities with unparalleled power and flexibility. FREE OUTLINER; advanced features available via 21 day in-app trial: SheetPlanner's outliner supporting multiple columns, styles, notes, links, and more is available completely free forever. Try advanced features including timeline and calendar views, multiple sheets, smart filters, and more, free for 21 days. At the end of the trial, purchase to unlock those features, or continue with the free outliner. Get organized: Organize all your activities in an outliner, categorize them using the standard columns including progress, start and finish dates. Create your own date, text, number, symbol or drop down list columns. Auto enter cell values. Link to documents and web sites. Make a plan: Plan and visualize your goals, project tasks and schedule in the timeline view. View task duration and sequence. View timeline by days, weeks, months, quarters or years. Create dependencies between rows. View predecessors and successors. Get things done: Use filters or focus to concentrate on whats important, due today, due tomorrow, or whatever criteria you decide. View tasks in a month or year calendar or both. Features: Outliner with columns: Organize and give structure to text. Add your own text, number, date, symbol or list type columns. Sync Syncing via iCloud Drive is now supported. Edit a document on multiple Macs, and the changes will periodically sync. Collaboration Collaborate with other people. Share a document, and see their changes highlighted, and even their selection. Notes: Notes inline below row topic and in own tab with full text editor. Row Styles: Custom fonts, size, color at each row level or specific to individual rows. Focus: Focus on a row or a row and its children. Transverse hierarchy via path bar. Search: Search the outline across columns from the toolbar with an option to save as a Smart Filter. Sorting: Sort the outline by any column, by ascending, descending order or by the order of values in a ‘List’ type column. Smart filters (in-app purchase): Create Smart Filters with simple or complex criteria and save them for future use via the Filter Bar. Link files, folders & webpages. Link to web pages, documents and folders on your Windows or in the cloud, or view them via Quick Look or tabs. Multiple Tabs: View sheets in multiple tabs at once in any combination of views: month view, outline, timeline or year view. Monthly Calendar (in-app purchase): View outline rows with assigned dates in a monthly view. Yearly Calendar (in-app purchase): Heat-mapped year view indicating number of activities commencing and/or finishing on each day. Timeline (in-app purchase): View and adjust key dates for each task on a horizontal timeline. Create dependencies between rows. Dependencies can be of the following types: Finish to start, start to finish, start to start, finish to finish. Multiple Sheets (in-app purchase): A document can now include multiple sheets, each with their own columns, rows, styles, filters, etc. Organize and access multiple sheets using the sidebar and folders. Printing: See a preview of what will be printed, including printing the outline and timeline together. Properties: Customize cell, column, row, calendar and timeline settings. Import & Export: Import & export in CSV or OPML format. Copy & Paste: Copy and Paste from/to Excel & Numbers. Themes: Personalize Outline view with green-bar, yellow notepad or green notepad themes. Templates: Ready to go templates for business, education and personal use. Save templates for future use via the template chooser. And more: Dock badge count, strikethrough completed items, carry forward incomplete items, filter by cell value, print Outline or Timeline, Mojave dark mode, synchronize selection of items in month view and outline and much more.

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    Software 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. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)


    SheetPlanner - 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 Critisims

    • By Jeffery Smith

      Windows Project Planner for the rest of us

      Unless you have been raised on Microsoft Project, a project planning app is going to give you a huge learning curve with many of the features being overkill for all but the most dedicated user. Omniplan and Concept Draw are more approachable than MS Project, but the learning curve is still there. Sheetplanner allows you to begin with a spreadsheet/outliner interface to get started. You can then start adding complexity as you need or want it. I'm an administrator in higher education, and have little need for many of the features in a full-blown project management app. As a result, I went without for a decade. Sheetplanner is a perfect mix of ease of use and functionality that lets you get started at the ground floor, and then lets you add features as you see fit. I would encourage anyone who wants to use project management but cannot spare a load of learning how to navigate and use a monster project manager. It likely has more than enough features for your project.

    • By WeatherDeck

      Fills several needs, nicely!

      Sheetplanner is an easy to use utility for mapping out projects as well as logging actual completion dates for tasks. Task hierarchy is supported. It will also work well as an outlining tool. The task lines can be used as hierarchical topics, columns for project planning can be hidden, and a notes field can appear inline or can be opened in a separate tab. Outlines also get the added benefit of yielding a timeline. When an outline is complete, it can be exported to OPML and then converted with the free Pandoc utility to RTF or DOCX format, yielding a document with topic headings using proper styles - the navigator pane of Nisus or Word will have the topic titles, and the notes will be inline in the document. I can export a project or an outline with start and finish dates to a CSV file, that will then import into Aeon Timeline. If the Sheetplanner file has a column for assignee, Aeon Timeline can pick that up as a participant so Aeon's grid view is already populated. For those who value data safety, my informal peek into a Sheetplanner package reveals good old JSON. That's a big plus for me, because proprietary data formats are silly things. If I lost the Sheetplanner app, I would be very sad, but I wouldn't lose my data. I can get my hands on it without the app - and that's a great thing!

    • By Jango Flatstein

      Good for Basic Overview

      I cut my teeth on the earliest PC project management software (1984 onwards). I've owned most every major app out there for consulting and business development work. Sheetplanner actually offers the main tools I find useful at a good price and it's fairly easy to figure out. These days I write books so that's what I'm using SP for. It's perfect for my basic scheduling and tracking needs. My main problem though is that a good amount of the text formatting operations don't work (unless there's a trick or something I don't know). I'm sure I'll find more issues, but the formatting one is pretty buggy. Commands don't always take; alignment can't be controlled (although there are commands...they don't work, at least for me), and there really needs to be separate level controls for formatting in general. Still, I'm sold and will use this tool happily. The useful stuff is there and that's my main concern.

    • By EditorOwl

      Flexible, powerful, and easy to use!

      I’m so glad I found SheetPlanner! It provides a very useful overview of my projects and lets me see them as both an outline and a timeline in a way that is flexible, powerful, and easy to use. While I’ve used a to-do manager for years, until now I hadn’t found a project management system that was easy enough to use regularly. While I’m continuing to use a task manager, I use SheetPlanner all the time to review my overall workflow and make sure that I’m staying on top of all my projects. As other reviewers have noted, SheetPlanner is flexible and much easier to use than full-blown project managers while still having all the features I need. In addition, the developer is super responsive—I’ve already emailed back and forth with him a couple of times about upcoming features.

    • By alizarincrimson

      THE Windows Project Software

      SheetPlanner is perfect. It’s robust, with all the features you need, but so intuitive and with such a clean interface, you’ll be able to employ it “right out of the box”. I’ve used planning software that required crawling through tons of documentation before you could start using it. SheetPlanner has simple entry, noting, tagging, etc.; plus quick switch (or side-by-side) for sheet, Gantt, and month and year calendar views. Their support is responsive and you can use this for proper projects as well as RACI, to-do lists, and other applications. This software (at a very reasonable, one-time cost) is helping me with a cohesive and trackable PLAN during a challenging 2022.