New Hoisting and folding, with advanced settings ❯
New Color category tags & filter: Highlight, connect and filter information. Now up to 10 tags ❯
New Add images to your outlines to insert photos, diagrams, formulas, from other apps ❯
Customizable live statistics give you an overview of your document while editing ❯
Drafts, home window and menubar access for instant creation and access to documents ❯
New Custom outline templates speed up the creation of frequently used documents ❯
New Editor themes & dark mode: Go light or dark, with colorful accents and row colors ❯
Open to the world: Export and import many file formats. OPML, PDF, RTF, plain text, more ❯
Focus on what’s important: Fold item groups, to keep the overview. Select individual items, fold to a specified level or everything.
If you want to zoom in, hoist a section of your outline. Either by click, keyboard shortcut or even through a swift trackpad gesture. Of course, you can then create a new outline from this view or export it directly.
Use up to ten color-coded category tags per document, to highlight and connect information. You can go beyond the outline structure and add a useful second layer of annotation.
Filter items based on their categories, then open them in a new document or export directly.
Sometimes, text is just not enough. Add inline images, with OutlineEdit 3. This way, you can include photos, diagrams or even formulas from other applications or the web.
To keep the overview, add up to six live stats to the editor statistics area.
Mark what’s done, with beautiful, animated checkboxes.
Quickly open recent documents and saved drafts. Find what you are looking for with built-in search. And it’s always just one global keyboard shortcut away.
Select any OutlineEdit document as the starting point for new outlines. This makes creating frequently used documents fast and easy.
Go light or dark. Make OutlineEdit 3 yours, with 10 built-in editor themes, both neutral and colorful. And the best part: It automatically switches themes, based on your system appearance.
OutlineEdit 3 was built with efficient editing in mind: For every common action, there is a keyboard shortcut. So the interface gets out of your way.