Actions by Moleskine

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By Moleskine Srl

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2018-02-14
  • Current Version: 1.5.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 67.24 MB
  • Developer: Moleskine Srl
Score: 4.5
From 3,398 Ratings

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Actions by Moleskine for PC Description

Keep on top of everything in your head, whether it’s movies to watch or the details of your next big project. Designed for busy people who live by making lists to stay on track at work and home, the digital card based design is a clutter-free way to visualise everything that needs doing. Collect your thoughts in a calm interface with simple natural language like “Water the plants every Saturday” then let Actions take care of reminding you automatically. –––FEATURES––– • Create Action Cards to note things you do not want to forget. • Type naturally like “Post status report every second Friday” and Actions takes care of the scheduling, reminders and notifications. • Drag and drop your Action Cards into custom Lists to organise them intuitively • Colour code each list to further personalise your productivity system • Use the Schedule to see all of the Actions coming up • Swipe on Action Cards to complete them, delete them and set reminders. • Add free-form notes to Action Cards for extra details like phone numbers • Get push notifications, you can quickly choose reminders for the Morning, Afternoon, Evening or custom times • Create repeating actions with advanced rules like “Call Sam every second Tuesday in June” • Automatically and securely sync all of your Actions to the cloud instantly • To keep your lists manageable, Actions will automatically suggest Action Cards that should be rescheduled or deleted • Use the iOS Share extension to bring lists from other apps into Actions easily • Use Siri to manage your actions for hands-free productivity! Actions is a sophisticated app for getting things done, but it’s even more powerful if you have Timepage. With Timepage installed, your calendar events will automatically appear in the Schedule screen in Actions so you can see everything in context. In Timepage, you can see scheduled actions alongside your events. Master your calendar events and your to-dos with the ultimate productivity app duo! –––MEMBERSHIP––– Actions is a membership service with a free trial. Download the app free to try it out without restriction or registration. After the trial period you can choose to purchase a membership which allows unlimited use across all of your devices. Without an active membership, you can still use the app in read-only mode. • Unlimited access on all your devices. • Both monthly and annual options available. Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless automatic renewal is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and automatic renewal status in Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial peri​od will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: –––QUESTIONS?––– If you’ve got a question or something isn’t working quite right, you can contact us directly from the Menu > Help > Contact Support. Got a feature idea? Let us know at –––THANK YOU––– We have put thousands of hours into creating Actions. We read every single one of your reviews. If you enjoy using Actions please take a minute to leave us a nice review, thank you!


  • Canceling Pain

    By Ashleyc8493
    Tried it to see if I would like it. Im old school and decided to stick with what I use. Im not knocking the app, just wasn't for me. BUT BEWARE of the 7 day free trial. ----if you don't cancel within 24 hours of renewal they charge you. Unlike most apps, you may cancel anytime. Dirrrttttyyyy AF. Hate slimy sales tactics to get a buck. Cancel my subscription & Ill take down my review.
  • Ropes you in

    By Gjgjvmx
    Don’t get it, it’s just a waste of time. You download it and it makes it look great and free until you realize that it costs money. smh
  • Nice, but why?

    By Al Zal
    This is a nicely designed todo app. But why does it need to have a monthly/subscription model? This seems to be an increasing trend amongst developers, but does not make sense to consumers. One dollar a month (ok two actually once the 50% promotion ends) is not much, but if every app starts going this then it will be too much. So I am not subscribing.
  • One Missing Function

    By mg8199
    If you had a location based reminder function then I would have stuck with this app. Until then, it's the basic Reminders app for me.
  • I LOVE this app! I only have one problem with it.

    By Puzzlesolver7751
    This is the to do list app I’ve been looking for for at least a year. I love the way it’s organized. How you have have items that don’t populate until scheduled. The color choices for each list are great too! My only caveat is that I accidentally swipe items and cross them out all the time. I wish that the app would respond to the “undo” motion in my iPhone. (You can choose a setting on iPhone that when you shake the phone, it preforms an undo from your last action. Usually if you accidentally delete some text.)
  • Gorgeous, but...

    By FM_M
    The team at Molskine have done another superb job of making information feel simple and approachable, and easy to see *and understand* at a glance. That’s no small task, and the work they’ve done here with Actions (and earlier with Timepage) is absolutely superb. However... The interaction between Lists and Tasks is identical to what’s in iOS’ Reminders, but they don’t just access that iCloud data (as they do with Calendars in Timepage), they make their own. When making your own that point would be to create a better information organization model, but it’s identical. You can’t create a multi-step Task that you want to do today, you have to make a List and then put every Task in that List into your day. There’s no better way to create a slightly more complex task (“make food for the week” could have 7-8 steps you might want to keep order of, but that has to be a List). If there were a slightly more detailed data footprint vs Reminders, I’d love that. Or integration with Reminders, so I could connect to that information in other places too. But lack of both is ... well, it’s really odd. Also, while swiping to mark done is the method on the phone, for some odd reason it’s a long-hold to make the line slide to the side to reveal the Done marker. Swiping to the side to make the line slide to the side would make MUCH more sense - that’s a small detail, yet utterly baffling.
  • AMAZING, but suggestions

    By Controls are hard
    I think that there should be two things added. 1. I think that having a “hourly” option for tasks you would like to repeat every hour or every few hours would be handy. Maybe even a minute frequency option. 2. I think that have sub lists under a main action would be great. Something the like the notes option when you click on an action but it would be a sub list you had the option to add. An example would be like having an action titled “clean the bathroom” and when you clicked on the tile and option would show up saying “sub-list” where you could add “whip down counters, clean shelves” etc... Overall amazing app I love it!
  • Fantastic App

    For 30+ years I was a disciple of the Franklin planning system. I followed it religiously and it worked for me. In fact I would never even think about trying to use a different system. I experimented with GTD other systems but none of them really fit what I was doing on the h Franklin system. Of course eventually they merged with Steven Covey and it was somewhat OK but I was hooked on daily and not weekly even bough I made sense. So, fast forward... I am now 65 years old although I travel extensively both domestic and internationally I no longer wanted to carry a bulky binder like the classic size but anything smaller just didn’t work for all my data and information. Thus enters the iPhone and eventually the iPad. Well, all the companies were trying to make their systems work and they just began to make a simple planning system complicated... Until NOW. Using both the Actions and Time Page Apps are a dream come true. My only request is Please Keep These Active! A Convert, Rick Texas
  • Almost perfect

    By Esbee77
    This app is simple, beautifully designed, and integrates well with timepage. The programmers have created a beautiful, flexible way to organize a day or a project. There is one feature that keeps this from being a true staple of my productivity practice, however. When you create a reminder in the native reminders app, it populates on your lock screen when due until you dismiss it. If I really need to remember to do something, I need for it to be in my face at all times until I do the thing. This is especially true during the work week. So to remember to go to the app each day to see what’s due is tough. I’d happily subscribe every year if this feature is added.
  • Getting worse instead of better

    By Slimbergh
    Most recent update was supposed to “improve performance” of the app. Instead, it has almost completely bricked it. I run Actions on a brand new iPad Pro, and the performance is worse after the update; the app now lags for almost 60 seconds before updating simple task changes like a reminder time change. Moleskine has been promising for a YEAR that a version for Mac OS/Web is coming so we can actually see our tasks across all devices, and they have gone radio-silent and that version is still not released. And, Actions STILL cannot sync with iCloud reminders. So, while I think there are some apps that can ethically-justify charging a subscription fee to defray the costs of continuously-improving the app, Actions is NOT one of them. I would discourage anyone not already using this buggy app from starting to use it now. I hope Moleskine gets their act together because the app has a lot of potential, but it just doesn’t work well now.