OmniPlan 3.13 for Mac: Omni Automation and More

by Brent Simmons on August 6, 2019

OmniPlan 3.13 for Mac is a very important release — it brings Omni Automation to the Mac (in the Pro edition).

The recently released OmniPlan 3.11 for iOS also includes Omni Automation. With this release of the Mac app, you can now write scripts that work in both apps — and your scripts can work with other Omni apps that support Omni Automation.

Omni Automation has been integrated into the app in a number of different ways:

  • You can save plug-ins (bundles of scripts) and access them from the Automation menu.
  • The Automation Console gives you a place to write JavaScript, run it, and see the results.
  • In Sync & Sharing Actions, the “Run a Script” action can run an Omni Automation plug-in.

Omni Automation gives you the ability to do things we would never have thought of — and do things that make sense for your workflow, that make your job easier. It’s powerful, and we think you’re going to love it!

To learn more, visit omni-automation.com.

Other changes: View Options in the Network View are respected when exporting and printing; opening projects with very wide Gantt charts is faster; scheduling bugs related to split and hammock tasks were fixed; Sync and Sharing Actions (Pro edition) now respects the selected view (at configuration time) when publishing to an image format.

For the full scoop, read the release notes.