Event Planner for Mac
Event Planner is a simple, clean and self-explanatory Mac OS X application that makes it a breeze to organize events, track costs, create guest lists and schedule tasks.
Light, intuitive and handy event planer for Mac users
What is more, Event Planner features a minimalistic design that allows you to focus on your to-do and guest lists, check completed tasks and keep costs under control.
As follows, the left side panel helps you create new events and helps you switch between them with just a couple of mouse clicks.
For each created event you can easily create well-organized task lists, vendors list, guest lists and expenses list. All lists are accessible via the assigned tabs located in the top toolbar next to the “Print” button.
Helps you keep track of costs and manage guest lists
When it comes to tracking your expenses, Event Planner is capable to automatically calculate the cost per bulk and output the total cost as soon as you type in the data.
Event Planner also helps you keep count of the total number of guests and check the ones that responded to your invite. Each guest entry can be accompanied by a phone number, email address and a short note.
Unfortunately, Event Planner does not integrate with Apple’s Contacts app and you are required to enter guest data by hand. A major inconvenience, especially if you intend to use Event Planner to organize large events.
Attach notes and provide detailed information about vendors, guests and tasks
On the bright side, you can make a separate list for the involved vendors and attach descriptive notes to each entry. As expected, the ToDo List tab enables you to schedule and keep track of multiple tasks.
Although intuitive and user-oriented, Event Planner lacks a couple of useful features that should not be absent. As mentioned above, Event Planner is not capable to grab data from Apple’s Contacts app and it cannot add new events in the Calendar application.
Moreover, a sharing feature would make the task and resource management job a lot easier for the targeted users while the addition of a built-in notification system would make sure no task remains uncompleted.