App Review: OutlineEdit, a Solid, Low-Cost Outliner for OS X

I don’t use outlines often, but whenever I’m working on a book or a long article, I create an outline. I’ve long used The Omni Group’s OmniOutliner but I know I don’t need more than a fraction of the features that app offers. There are lots of other outliners available at much nicer prices, and Robin Schnaidt’s $9 OutlineEdit is an excellent choice for those who want to make outlines but don’t need all the power and complexity of other apps.

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2 thoughts on “App Review: OutlineEdit, a Solid, Low-Cost Outliner for OS X

  1. OmniOutliner, while it may have some features you don’t use, lacks key features such as tagging, filtering, working sharing… A long time, frustrated OmniOutliner user, my head was turned today by ‘The Outliner of Giants’.

  2. OmniOutliner, while it may have some features you don’t use, lacks key features such as tagging, filtering, working sharing… A long time, frustrated OmniOutliner user, my head was turned today by ‘The Outliner of Giants’.

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