Cultured Code releases Things 3.5 with better tag filtering and other UI improvements

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Cultured Code releases Things 3.5 with better tag filtering and other UI improvements

Cultured Code has announced Things 3.5 for both iOS and Mac, an update the focuses on a plethora of small but welcome improvements. Referred to as a “spit-and-polish” release, Things 3.5 now allows “Areas” to be collapsed for better viewing or long project lists as well as making it easier to apply and search for tags. A small but conspicuously missing feature from the Things 2 era also finally makes a return in this version with the ability to filter for items that have not been tagged at all. Additional improvements include significant copy-and-paste improvements, allowing lists of tasks and title/note combinations to be pasted in right from the clipboard, and the Things URL scheme introduced earlier this year can now be used to update existing tasks from other apps and external workflows. Things 3.5 is available now on the iOS and macOS App Stores as a free update.

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Jesse Hollington

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