Current Version: 1.5.8
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Download Size: 87.2 MB - Download
An effective to do manager. Use our Master Task 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. Ability to share your notes by email, send them in a message or post them to Facebook and Twitter
The Universal Subscription includes:
1. Power sync with other Macs and with Opus One Mobile. All in one place and on every device!
2. 10 day weather forecast.
And power features such as:
3. Daily Task lists with:
- Due Dates
- Color Coded Categories linked to specifc Calendars* (to create Events from Tasks)
- Repeating Rules
- Task Notes
4. Eisenhower Matrix View to easily prioritize Daily Tasks
5. Weekly Planner section with graphic representations of completed and uncompleted tasks by: Category, Compass Role, Value or Weekday. Ever wondered where is your time going? Opus One is here to help you find out and stay on the right track
6. Meeting Planner for Events with the ability to creat Meeting Minutes and send them by mail with just a few clicks!
7. Ability to add Images, Drawings, PDFs and Audio in Notes
* Notes can also be shared via Email, iMessage, Posted to Facebook or Twitter
8. Master Task list (for tasks without due dates) with side Planner Views, to easily schedule them later.
9. Compass Section that includes a wizard for new users, custom Roles linked to Values, compass tasks with counter and notes
10. Goals with:
- SMART description
- Custom images
- And a log to keep track of your journey.
11. Personal Growth sections featuring a Mission Builder for those who need a little help building their personal mission statement and values.
12. Tags and advanced search tools so you can find the information you're looking for with ease.
13. The ability to add tasks from your iPad or iPhone to Opus One for Mac using Siri & Reminders ... and more!
Our Universal Subscription is available on a yearly or monthly basis.
One subscription will give you access to Opus One for MacOS and iOS platforms.
– 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.
– Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.
Learn more about Opus One at www.piso13.com
- You can now activate your local subscription without iCloud
- Added Subscription Diagnostic window in the Become a Pro window at the top right. Please send us the info if you are having any trouble activating yours.
- Added Cloud Sync Diagnostic window.
Most Helpful Reviews
Great planner - I love this app and use it almost every single day. When you first start it, they walk you through writing up your mission and compasses (things you live for) so that your task lists align with the things that actually matter to you. It’s full of different ways to organize your tasks - Daily, full list of tasks that need to be scheduled, Compass items with tasks attached, Goals with tasks attached… I find it very helpful to make sure I’m not doing things during the day that just don’t matter to me. The app itself is designed a little too cutesy for my liking - I wish it didn’t look like a leatherbound binder. The space of the app could be used more effectively without these design choices. I would also love to be able to open each tab as a new window, but that’s personal preference. The sync feature works well between my two computers. I can’t wait for the iPhone app!
Good attempt but falls short - I have used Opus Domini for quite a while. It was the predecessor to this app. It appears the developers stopped supporting it a while ago. I had been quite happy with Opus Domini and had it across multiple devices. Opus Domini made by the same developers as this app (Piso13) apparently stopped supporting the app because it works very poorly as operating systems have been updated. In my frustration with the Opus Domini app, I tried to find suppport from the developer or community and there was none. At that point I realized that the developer (Piso13) made a new app, Opus One, the one I am reviewing now. What’s new with this app, not much, except now they charge a subscription. I was not happy about this but decided to look into it because I liked the FranklinCovey style planning system. I downloaded Opus One and it looks and feels similar to their original software. Because of my past support issues with Opus Domini, I decided to check the support before upgrading to the subscription. Surprise, surprise, there is no support. Their website is full of people open support tickets with no response from the developer. Don’t waste your time or money on this app. I would have been very disappointed if I paid for this app. Looke elsewhere.
More Reviews for Current Version
Goodbye Opus One - I loved this app. I used it every day for the last couple of years and paid the price gladly. I was so excited when I could sync with my iPhone/iPad because my travel schedule is brutal. To pay $25 every year….that is just plain highway robbery! The lack of updates over the years makes me believe that this will be mostly unsupported. Why, oh why, torture us? I will adapt. I will use my free calendar that syncs nicely so that I don’t lose appointments and tasks. I am not opposed to purchasing the mobile app, but to pay for the privilege over and over again!!. My love affair with Opus is crushed. Apparantly Opus does not appreciate their customers who have been loyal users over the years. I have goals and a mission. My goal is to save for the important things in my life, so Goodbye Opus.. :( UPDATE: DO NOT PURCHASE!!! I am warning you… unless you like to pay, over, and over and over again!!! Find something simple that works for you! I now use “Things”. Everytime an app goes this way, we must say no unless we all want to keep paying for stuff over and over! Say No with your wallet… the developers will eventually get the picture. But as long as we pay every year… we get whatwe deserve.
The Best Time Mangagment and Comprehensive Planner Yet!!! - This is an awesome app! I orginally tried the free version Opus Lite and Opus editions to compare. I decided on Opus One because of the print features. The Compass and Goal sections helps you to make plans and really think about what you would like to do. What is even more awsome is the search feature. If you use tags or not you can search and pull every entry with that specific word in it. You can filter the list and see only meetings with that key word or task for example. The various themes make the app useful for those who like a variety and a bit of change. It really FEELS like you are using a planner that sits on your desk! If I could make suggestions, I would like to be able to close the planner and have it sit on my desktop as a closed booked (really give it a life like feel). I would also like to see an expense or check tracker tab feature added then there would really be no need to go anywhere else! One word of caution when selecting the subscription time frame FREE TRAIL(choose the method you really want), I chose 1 week trial (monthly subscription) at first to see all the features and was so impressed that within hours I switched to the 1 month trial (yearly subscription). Well just a bit of a glitch when the one week free trial expired it wanted me to renew at the yearly rate even though I did not get to use the 1 month free trial . I put in a ticket in to see how this can be corrected and will add another review with the results just for followup. At any rate I will still purchse the product and recommend it for business and personal use. Update: the developers contacted me promptly and resovled the issue! Highly recommend!!!!
Very Good Planner - I have been searching for a planner like this for quite awhile. I’m not going to write comprehenisve review because I simply do not use all the functions. However, from what I can tell everything works bug free and as expected. My review will consist of the things that I use regularly. The organization is basically an electronic Franklin Covey planner complete with the daily planning, goals, weekly compass, mission statement and the quadrant matrix. I tried using that mess that franklinplanners sells thinking I'd get the paper experience planner experience. If you are familiar with the system or have used the paper version, I really feel that this is almost an exact replication - which is perfect for me. The calendar function is wonderful as I am an avid iCal user. The Opus planner immediately sees all of my calendars I have in iCal regardless of it’s origin (subscribed, shared or on your Mac). I like the daily view in the planner better than iCal, however you can not edit your iCal calendars through the planner. The planner is a one-way read but you can add things in the planner on the calendar and keep them out of iCal if that is a benefit to you. The daily notes function is nice. As you can see in the software pics you can add pictures, map with location, check lists, voice recordings and other items. The note function is quite robust in my opinion - not a strong as a OneNote but much better than I expected from a planning software. There is also a search function that I really like and has helped me find previous days notes. I don’t use the other tabs much, but they populate with a clander that woks as expected and listing of items that have been completed from the lists. As far as the software itself, the planner can reside on your computer and with iCloud can be available on your othe apple devices in full sync. With that being said, the software ecosystem is soley Apple. My only complaint is while I like the iCloud back up feature, I am reluctant to put all of my data into a system that doesn't have a method to backup the data in a format that is usable outside of the software. My hope is that the developer creates a way to export out of Opus One into some sort of usable format like .csv, .pdf or anything.