I see @bogenschlag has mentioned it before, just taking a look, it looks nice.
I’m back on Bear as my notes app. I’m a heavy Markdown user and I just really like how it handles that. (I’d use Apple’s Notes if it did a better job here — I’m trying to simplify and use the built-in tools where they do the job.)
Oh also I like how Bear’s hashtags allow you to filter your view. So I use a hashtag per project, and when I want to focus my attention my new thing, project 104, I select that and it’s like everything else doesn’t exist. That’s real nice.
I tried Agenda for a while, thinking that I’d like the idea of linking notes to events. I still do like that idea, but the reality never stuck. I still think a category for meetings and notes for each meeting (one note per recurring meeting, with the minutes appended each session) is my preferred mechanism here.
Also when I put a thing in Agenda I tend to forget that it’s there.
For to-dos I’m using a weird paper-based system modelled on the idea of a flight progress strip, an idea I had years ago that I’m playing with. So far I like it, I’ll write about it separately if anyone is interested.