@drewmccormack I think this is a very interesting topic, because it debates what Agenda can be or should be.
I disagree with everyone who said Agenda shouldn’t try to be Things 3 but work along side it.
I believe it only makes sense to say that, if you’ve been using Things/Omnifocus for years and have a hard time picturing yourself dropping them. And even then, I wonder why you wouldn’t wish for Agenda to have a more advance task managing system, allowing you to only use one app.
But when it comes to most people, we’re not looking for download 3 different apps to do similar tasks, especially when the point of Agenda, in the first place, is to take the best things from known great apps, to make it a more flexible tool.
So myself, and many others that I know who use the Agenda app, actually really really wish for Agenda to replace Things/Omnifocus as a decent task manager. We don’t want it to be a copy, or steal features or to be as advanced. Just to be good enough that we can no longer depend on other task managers such as Things.
No app out there should be made with the idea in mind that it needs to work with other apps made by other companies to be efficient. And check listing / task managing is obviously an important feature when it comes to taking notes, and planning projects.
So please Agenda team, don’t consider those few comments up there as the consensus.
We don’t want to use Things 3 alongside Agenda. Some people want and can, but it shouldn’t be almost a necessity to have decent task managing I don’t want to Use Omnifocus, and Notablity, and Goodnotes. And I believe that was the idea when you decided to create Agenda.