The streaming platform raised $1.75 billion and secured a roster of A-list talent, but it can’t get audiences to notice.
SheetPlanner helps you organize information, manage your projects, and schedule your tasks and activities with unparalleled power and flexibility.
Organize information using the Outliner to provide structure. Populate the start, finish and progress columns to create a schedule and track progress. Add custom, text, number, date, symbol, list and picture columns to track additional information.
Make a plan…
Visualize tasks with start and finish dates on the Timeline. Change the Timeline scope to get a high level view of your project over multiple years or zoom in to weeks or even days for more precision. See the progress of each task in the Timeline. Customize the color of Timeline bars. Preview and print the Timeline.
Get things done…
Use filters to focus on what’s important, due today, due tomorrow, or whatever criteria you determine. View filtered tasks in the timeline, month and yearly calendar. Check items off as they are completed in the outline, timeline, month or year views. Hide completed items to stay focused.
You can download SheetPlanner from the Mac App Store, where a 21-day trial is available.
Today, David Sparks and I are thrilled to introduce More Power Users, a special dedicated feed for MPU members that includes ad-free episodes, as well as regular bonus segments, more focused on news or current happening in the Apple community. This is something we don’t get to do very often on MPU, and we’re excited to have this conversations together.
(For example, this week after our interview with David Smith, we talked for a while about the possibility of touchscreens coming to Macs.)
You can join here:
If you are already a MPU member, just sign in to your Memberful account, select More Power Users from the drop down list and easily subscribe in your podcast app of choice.
My thanks to The Omni Group for sponsoring 512 Pixels this week.
Since their founding in 1992, The Omni Group has created powerful tools for productive professionals. Designed for Mac, iPad, and iPhone, the Omni Productivity Suite is software engineered with pros (and their work) in mind.
This week’s episode of Connected is a special one:
The guys talk with Jenny Chen, an Apple engineer who works on Apple Pencil software, and Stephen Tonna from Apple’s product marketing team about what’s new in iPad OS 14, including Scribble and the release’s updated design language. Then, Federico, Myke and Stephen discuss the future of both Apple Arcade and iPhone chargers.
I really enjoyed getting to chat with Jenny and Stephen. iPadOS 14 is seriously cool.
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This week on Ungeniused: a PSA from me (and a begrudging Myke) about how the Winter Olympics are the coolest games in town.
Haiku is an open-source project dedicated to rebuilding BeOS. The group just released the second beta, and Jim Salter has a thorough look at it over on Ars Technica.
If you aren’t familiar with BeOS, check out this episode of my podcast Flashback, on which Quinn Nelson and I dug deep into the operating system and its parent company.
A Macintosh Manager administrator can hand out files to members of the currently active workgroup, or to specific users that belong to the active workgroup (Figure 1). This feature is only available when logged in as a Macintosh Manager administrative user, either a Workgroup Administrator or a Global Macintosh Manager Administrator. When logged in to a Panels environment, this feature is found in the File menu. If the Hand Out command is dimmed, bring the Documents Panel to the foreground to make it available.
What was Macintosh Manager? Dennis Sellers has details.