TaskPaper is a simple to-do list that's surprisingly adept. Unlike the competition, TaskPaper's text based interface offers you paper-like simplicity and ease of use.
- Folding items -- You can now fold items, hiding the items indented under them. To fold and item click the blue bullet point to the left of the items text.
- Focus projects -- You can now truly focus projects instead of just filtering to show a single project. The difference is when you focus a project like this you'll no longer see all the leading indentation. This means you can create deep levels of subprojects and still edit them comfortably, instead of seeing a bunch of leading whitespace everywhere.
- Outline level guides -- TaskPaper now reenforces the underlying outline structure by drawing guides down from each item that contains other items.
- Tabs are no longer used in editor -- Tabs are still part of the underlying file format. But when you open your file in TaskPaper tabs selectable characters in the editor. This puts the focus more on items and indentation without having to muck through tabs.
- More item commands -- The Item menu now has more commands for editing your lists: group, duplicate, promote, and demote. The Item > Move menu also includes commands for moving your lists as branches... the selected list items in addition to all items indented under them.
- Search syntax -- TaskPaper's search syntax has been updated to better search item hierarchies. Basic tag and boolean searches are still the same, but there are a lot more options now ... documentation on the way! If you've used FoldingText TaskPaper searches are very similar.
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.10 or later