As you might now, Agenda At Once was almost completely rewritten for v3.0 and it took much more time than we expected in the first place, as beta testers would confirm. That’s why we are more than happy to see that our multi-year efforts of development went in right direction.
As popularity of Agenda At Once grows, we hear more and more praise from the users, and it really means a lot. We are also glad to receive some feedback about what they are missing in AAO as it points us to the right direction for future development.
One of probably most enjoyable affirmation of the hard work is when one of independent websites publishes a review, especially if it’s a positive one. That’s what happened with Agenda At Once some time ago.
PC World’s reviewer Ian Harac wrote a quite pleasant description for AAO. He immediately recognizes main advantage of AAO over the competition:
“A well-designed program should be intuitive to the average user–but not at the cost of depth or functionality. AgendaAtOnce passes this test admirably. Despite not being a regular user of scheduling software (AgendaAtOnce might change that), I was easily able to set up a task and some subtasks, add contacts, schedule appointments, and perform all of the tasks one expects from a personal information manager.”