Things for Mac gains support for El Capitan, Force Touch on newer Macs

Things, the Mac task manager from Cultured Code, has updated with support for OS X El Capitan. Things 2.8 adds support for El Capitan's Split View mode, along with the new San Francisco system font.

This update also brings support for Force Touch on compatible Macs. Here's a list of everything in Things for Mac 2.8:

  • Full compatibility with OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
  • New! Support for El Capitan's Split View mode—click and hold the green zoom button to move Things into the left or right pane.
  • New! Support for spring-loading lists in the sidebar via Force click—drag a to-do over a list in the sidebar, click deeper to open that list, and then position the to-do exactly where you'd like. (This feature requires El Capitan and a Mac with a Force Touch trackpad.)
  • Adjustments for El Capitan's new San Francisco font.
  • Improved handling of emails dragged into Things from Mail on El Capitan.
  • Various smaller tweaks and fixes for El Capitan.
  • The app now requires OS X 10.9 or later.

Grab Things for Mac 2.8 from the Mac App Store now.

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