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Seth's avatar

What are some good outlining programs for the Mac?

Asked by Seth (302points) May 5th, 2009

Preferably free. But if it’s worth the money, then sure.

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squirbel's avatar

Curio… you can find it… ehemm. For free.

suzyq2463's avatar


Expensive but well worth it.

Seth's avatar

@squirbel Um… doesn’t that cost about 99 bucks?

squirbel's avatar

errrr…. * cough *... yeah.

There’s one that is free that was super lightweight that I used to use, but I just went back to using the Stickies app that comes with the system. I can’t remember the name for the life of me.

sdeutsch's avatar

I don’t do a lot of outlining, but when I’ve had to, I’ve really liked OmniOutliner too. Unfortunately, I haven’t come across any really good ones that are free, but OmniOutliner is definitely worth the expense.

simpleD's avatar

OmniOutliner, like al the other Omnigroup apps, is excellent. Very Mac-like, intuitive, powerful. If you are a student or teacher, you can get the educational price of $25.

CountPollen's avatar

OmniOutliner, OmniGraffle, Pages (iWork ‘09),
GTD managers: iGTD, OmniFocus, Things


Dominic's avatar

Seconding OmniOutliner; I’ve used it the last two semesters, and I couldn’t be happier with the way it lets me organize my information. I mean, unless there were a way I could read OO3 files on my phone.

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