Sticky Agenda for Mac
Sticky Agenda is a cross-platform application that enables you to write, manage and sync sticky notes across multiple computers. The application was written in Java, so you can use it on almost every major desktop operating system.
Using Sticky Agenda does not require any special knowledge and can be easily operated within minutes after the first launch. The user interface initially consists of a yellow sticker window on your desktop that you can resize and multiply.
Furthermore, you are able to write anything into the note and then schedule it. In other words, you can create reminders using the text in the note. The scheduling options are quite flexible, as the app allows you to set reminders for next days, months or year and to select which days and months to activate it.
In addition to this, you can use a built-in calendar to select the timer date and manually adjust the date and time according to a specific date format (day-month-year hour:minutes) on the bottom area of the sticky window.
A nice advantage of using Sticky Agenda is the possibility to change the color of each sticky from the contextual menu. You are allowed to choose from a variety of colors. Additionally, Sticky Agenda features a history manager tool and can sync notes using the app’s own cloud service.
All things considered, Sticky Agenda might not be the best looking sticky utility on the OS X software market, and the English translation could use more work, but it comes with a simple workflow and a powerful set of features for everyday sticky note creation.