Project management made painless
OmniPlan is designed to help you visualize, maintain, and simplify your projects. Break down tasks, optimize the required resources, control costs, and monitor your entire plan—all at a glance. Collaborate with your colleagues and share every detail, update a calendar with your days off, or mix and match. Accept and reject changes one-by-one or all in one go. OmniPlan provides features like Gantt charts, schedules, summaries, milestones, and critical path highlighting to let you manage all of your activities. From customizable views to fast data entry, OmniPlan helps you manage projects that are as simple or complex as you need them to be—without the complexity.
Use change tracking to keep tabs on and review the changes you've made in your project so far. If you're syncing, use change tracking to review, browse, and then accept or reject changes (task by task or en masse) from your collaborators.
Publish & Subscribe
Stop, collaborate, listen. Make changes to your project and see those from your collaborators with syncing; customize your availability and have your colleagues' calendars update instantly. Mix and match your publish and subscribe actions to meet your needs.
Establish a schedule with OmniPlan's calendar view from which your actions can be scheduled. Customize calendars for the project as a whole or on a resource by resource basis. Create exceptions to account for holidays, office closures, that too-sunny-to resist day off—you name it.
OmniPlan 2 is a major release and a paid upgrade from previous versions. License codes from OmniPlan 1 will not work with OmniPlan 2. The app runs as a fully functional trial for 14 days without a license. After the trial is over, you can purchase OmniPlan 2 from the App Store or the Omni Group Store. Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later to run.
Latest release: January 31 2013
- Improved reliability of connecting to Google calendars for syncing.
- Corrected double accounting of group assignment total cost.
- Sorry, but 2.2.3 only fixed one small corner of the French duration parsing bug. This should fix the rest.