A calendar created by mac tools helps you keep the track of important dates, like weddings, birthdays and other work commitments. Without one it’s easy for you to double-book yourself or forget important appointments. There are a variety of apps to can help you stay on top of your schedule. The top apps follow Apple’s design guidelines and have macOS notifications Today Widgets and Today Widgets as well as icons in the menu bar and multi-account sync. They also have color-coding and easy guidelines.
Fantastical is a powerful menu bar calendar that provides a simple interface and a lot of features. It’s not as Apple-y as other calendars, but it still provides everything people want from an agenda calendar. Its left panel, for example it doesn’t show a largely useless list of your calendars like other apps. Instead, it includes space for agenda views and reminders. The UI also pays close attention to tiny details: If an event shows up in two calendars, Fantastical displays it with pin-striped patterns that let you know which one it’s in.
The free version is more than adequate for the majority of people. However the Flexibits subscription, priced at $6.99/month includes an Calendly style scheduling feature, lots of customizing features, and an unlimited number of Calendar Sets, which you can switch between depending on the current Focus mode is active or not. It also integrates with Trello and Todoist to allow you to drag tasks from these services into your calendar.