What you need to know
- Focusplan for Mac now speaks French for the first time.
- The new update also includes support for pasting styles and more.
Planning and mind mapping app Focusplan has a new version 1.6 update out on the Mac App Store and it's one that you're going to want to download if you work in French. Not only can the app now speak your language, but it has also gained some other new features to go with it.
The update, which is free for existing users, adds French to the existing support for English, Italian, and Simplified Chinese languages. The same update also adds support for copying and pasting of topic styles, making it easier to format everything the way you want it to look.
Continuing the formating theme, you can now also make sure that topics are aligned the way you'd like them to be, too. Want a topic aligned to one particular side? Not a problem after updating to Focusplan 1.6.
Focusplan is a great app for students who need to plan things out, so why not get the best MacBook for students to make it even more fun to use, too?
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