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A calendar for mac tools can help you keep in mind important dates, such as weddings, birthdays and other work commitments. Without one it’s easy to double book yourself or miss important appointments. Fortunately, there are a number of well-designed apps that make it easy to stay organized. The best ones depend on Apple’s style and design guidelines, have techhardsoft.net/data-room-due-diligence-for-facilitation-on-performance native macOS notifications including Today widgets, and icons for the menu bar, and support multi-account syncing, color-coding, and easy guidelines to help you stay on track.

Fantastical is a user-friendly menu bar calendar with numerous features. It’s not as Apple-like as other options, however it does what most people need from a calendar. Its left panel for example does not show the calendars in your account which is usually useless as are the majority of apps. Instead, it offers space for an agenda view and for reminders. The UI also pays special attention to tiny details. If an event appears in two calendars, Fantastical displays it with an illustrative pin-striped pattern that lets you know which one it’s in.

The free version of Fantastical offers more than enough for most users however the $6.99/month Flexibits Premium subscription comes with a Calendly-style scheduling feature (which I use to manage my 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 factors. It also integrates with Trello and Todoist, allowing you to yank tasks from those services into your calendar.