This week MacSparky is sponsored by OmniPlan 3 for the Mac
If you haven't looked at OmniPlan before, you should. Version 3 was released late last year and it really brings a lot to the table. OmniPlan has the usual level of Omni-style attention to detail to a project planning application.
Using OmniPlan, you can easily set up an outline and turn it into a Gantt chart. I use this with project planning in my day job and share the charts with clients. It lets everyone know when to expect things to start happening. As with every other Omni Group productivity application, everything looks gorgeous.
OmniPlan’s newest version also includes a substantial number of brand new power features starting with network diagrams. With the network diagram, you can see the visual flow of your project and make connections and adjustments.
With the Pro version you get a multi-project dashboard that lets you track not only one but many projects at the same time. The Pro version also has a reports feature that lets you see where things are working and not working. They've also added Monte Carlo simulation, which lets you run your project through different scenarios to see how it impacts the project outcome. It's powerful stuff and it's now in OmniPlan 3 for the Mac.
Learn more at the OmniPlan website.