Opus One: Daily Planner

Opus One: Daily Planner for PC and Mac

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  • Category: Productivity
  • Release date: 2022-12-26
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 2.2.5
  • File size: 36.96 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.11
  • How it works | What is Opus One: Daily Planner?

Whatʹs Great

1. A subscription is valid for all Apple devices (iPhone, iPad and Mac) that have the same iCloud account.

2. ● Synchronization of your notes, tasks and events in the cloud of other iOS devices and MacOs.

3. whole month or even establish your personal long-term goals.

4. Remember that you won’t be able to cancel it at the period that it’s already active.

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Opus One: Daily Planner Features and Description

Key Features

Latest Version: 2.2.5

  • Licence: Free

  • What does Opus One: Daily Planner do? An effective to do manager. Use our Master Task section to get everything off your mind, easily glance at your day or week on the Planner, move from the list to the schedule. Finally drag and drop to reorder, prioritize or reschedule tasks & events. Our powerful tools include: 1. Daily Task lists with status, priority and notes 2. Daily Schedule and Event integration with Calendar 3. Daily Notes with Motivational Quotes and the ability to include text and maps. 4. Master Task list with side Planner Views. 5. Task Alarms synced through out devices. 6. New Daily Notes section that allow you to change font, size and color for a specific text, phrase or paragraph. 7. Daily Quotes Widgets. 8. New Widgets for Daily Tasks and events at a glance, Mission statement, Values & Principles. 9. Planner Themes. 10. The new notes section will allow you to change font at any point in the note, Change font size up or down and Change font color. 11. Meeting Planner section The Universal Subscription includes: 1. Cloud synchronization across other iOS Devices and PC. 2. Weather Information including Current Weather, 10 Day Weather forecast with automatic city location. 3. Images, PDF's, checklists, maps & audio notes. 4. Sketch drawing canvas optimized for Microsoft Pencil 5. Color Coded Categories 6. Repeating Rules with advanced customization 7. Goals. 8. Add tasks using Siri. 9. Planner Themes. 10. The new notes section will allow you to change font at any point in the note, Change font size up or down and Change font color. Our auto renewable Universal Subscription is available on a Yearly or Monthly basis. One subscription will give you access to Opus One for iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) and PC Information About our Universal Subscription: - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period - One subscription is valid for all Microsoft devices (iPhone, iPad and Windows) that have the same iCloud account. Privacy Policy: http://www.piso13.com/privacy-policy.html Terms of Service: http://www.piso13.com/terms-of-service.html

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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)


    Opus One: Daily Planner - 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 Eva Joy

      A Digital "Paper Planner" You Can't Leave Behind

      I have always loved the idea of staying organized with a paper planner, but didn't like having to remember to bring one more thing with me when I leave the house, and frankly, a paper planner can get lost--where it doesn't help you at all. This is visually EXACTLY the same as a paper planner with so many more wonderful features-such as the ability to search through the entire book (all dates) for one name or one phrase to find a note that you left yourself months ago on a particular topic. It syncs between computers as well as to the iPhone, so all info is up to date. I mostly use the desktop version on my big Windows and keep it open in the corner so I have a blank page each day to record notes about what I am working on, phone numbers, lists of things, etc. This is a DREAM app. Totally worth the annual subscription fee. I don't use all the priortiy ordering and other features yet--maybe someday. But even the basic functions are so useful it gives me hope for my crazy busy world in which I own several small companies and need ONE place to keep all things organized. Thank you for this app! I hope you continue to add features and keep it updated!

    • By Writeside

      Once I understood it's super powers! Update

      Updated April 2022: By far, the best get-it-done app period! This app is so good, really really good. I don't understand why the 'Productivity Gurus' have not reviewed it. Opus One works hand in hand with your daily acivities, goals, and where you are in life. There are so many bells and whistle to keep you on track. And these bell and whistle are ask it to do for you. It has everything to help your dreams come true. Because of the videos, which are ok but felt like I was in a chemistry class... I didn't really get into Opus One. Only recently, I revisited this app. But this time, I really looked at the features and started using them. OMG... Opus One is now my #1 app, and Things 3 is my #2 (if I use it at all). I discovered OPUS ONE's superpower. I can easily see what my day consists of. Simple and to the point. I can choose what is important, check it off, and build good habits. Don't get me wrong, you have to work with it, but once you get the hang of it... there's no turning back. With Windows's Big Sur, I just found out that Opus One will work. So I'm good. The support team is excellent... answering questions I had quickly.

    • By TravelPam

      Best Productivity App I Have Purchased

      I think I have only written one other review, but I am using this app so much that I thought I would give the team there a “shout out.” I have purchased and/or used about a dozen calendar and to-do apps over the past few years. It always seemed that something was missing in each of them—not so with Opus One. It lets me use the hybrid David Allen, Franklin Covey system I use, just like I would on paper. Syncs well with iPhone, iPad, MacMini and MaxAir. As one other reviewer mentioned, I initially had a glitch getting them all to sync, but the support team worked it out and set good information on what needed to be done and where. Unlike a lot of apps, this one has a full user manual. Although it is very easy to use, I have opened the manual (access from the Windows version) and got familiar with some of the deep functionality. I like the Eisenhower Matric and the Weekly Planner for that productivity overview I sometimes need. The only think they could add that would set my world on fire is the ability to use my Microsoft Pencil in the notes view on the iPad, but even there they thought things through with an icon for a date time stamp. Great app.

    • By NadaGamer

      The closest thing to the Franklin Planner

      Opus One is the embodiment of an old-school paper dayplanner with the benefit of calendar synchronization and cloud backup. It is phenomal that the program ("app" doesn't do it justice) is seemlessly crossplatform and scales beautifully between desktop, tablet, and phone. Beyond the technical merit, Opus One is about improving the quality of life, not just organization and efficiency. The dayplanner is only 20% of the interface. The other tabs are for you to articulate your personal missions in life, the roles you fill, the goals you have, and the steps to achieve those goals. The dayplanner tab enables you to schedule those steps so that, instead of an endless "to do" list, you schedule the important things you need to accomplish instead of trying to fit them into each day on the fly. The result is a daily list of tasks that is achievable, which gives you a sense of accomplishment for completing a days work instead of guilt for not completing a list that couldn't reasonably fit into your day anyway. The developers are actively improving the platform in response to users.

    • By HMoore62

      New Notes Section is the final touch.

      I have been a "Pro" user since 2017. First, for all of you who complain about the price and the subscription-think about how much you would have to spend on a paper planner each year to get the same features that Opus One has. And, think about how thick your paper planner would be to contain the same information that Opus One does. Opus One contiunes to improve and the lastest "Notes Section" is the icing on the cake. It's laid out nicely and extremely useful. The only complaint that I have (which is not really a complaint) is that the Notes Section only works on my newest Windows and the IOS devices. It is not backwards compatable like the rest of the app. I have a couple of older Macs, one at home and another in a seperate office, and the Notes section is not available there. It's the only thing that keeps me from completely ditching One Note and Microsoft Notes. This is a very robust application and I use it for every day. I have purchased other apps such as Planner Pro, and most recently Anyplan, but side by side, none do a better overall job. Five stars if the notes section worked on older Macs. Ya, I know, nothing lasts forever.