A date-focused option that’s ideal for anyone who works chronologically
Agenda has a different approach to note taking that might be just the ticket for your organization needs. It is a date-focused note-taking app that incorporates planning into the process. Agenda creates documents that can be readily converted to formats like HTML and PDF. It’s currently available on Mac, iPhone, and iPad. The iPad version has support for Apple Pencil.
Agenda organizes your notes into a timeline. You can attach dates to your notes, which is useful if you’re making meeting or lecture notes, connect notes to your calendar, and add due date reminders. You can create Projects to file notes under, or create a Category if you want to make notes for different areas of your life, work, or study.
Agenda’s Editor is nice and uncluttered, but on the iPhone you only get a small window to type in by default. You can swipe to expand to get a larger, clearer text editor to work in, however. The formatting options are comprehensive and easy to use. There is a small menu bar above the keyboard that offers expandable options that you click on to generate different header styles, list formats, text formats, and an add button that lets you add links, hashtags, images, attachments, and create Reminders in your iPhone’s app.