A mac tools calendar is vital to keep on top of family and friends obligations at work, events, and deadlines. It’s easy to double book yourself and forget important appointments without a mac tools calendar. Fortunately, there are a number of well-designed apps that make it easy to stay on top of your schedule. The best ones rely on Apple’s style and design guidelines, come with native macOS notifications today widgets, and icons for the menu bar, and support multi-account syncing and color-coding and easy guidelines to keep you on track.
Fantastical is a powerful menu bar calendar that offers an intuitive interface and lots of features. It’s less Apple-y than other alternatives, but it does what most people need from the calendar. Its left panel, for instance does not display a mostly ineffective list of your calendars as do most apps; instead, it offers space for an agenda view and reminders. The UI also pays close attention to small details: If an event appears in two calendars, Fantastical displays it with a pin-striped pattern to let you know which calendar it’s in.
The free version of Fantastical provides plenty of features for most people however the $6.99/month Flexibits Premium subscription includes the Calendly-style scheduling feature (which I use to manage interviews across time zones) with a wide range of customisation options, and unlimited Calendar Sets that can be switched between depending on your current Focus mode or other aspects. It also integrates with Trello and Todoist which lets you add tasks from these platforms into your calendar.