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Is there a Mac to-do-list allowing a task-tree (task hierarchy)? I just looked at "things" but found it only has "projects" and "tasks".

Any ideas what else can do the trick? (it also needs to have basic shortcuts)

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I´m not sure whether you want to create a tree or just a linear sequence of tasks; anyway I guess you might want to check out OmniFocus which has sequential tasks as an option. – Asmus Apr 9 '11 at 14:55
Any other requirements or would OmniOutliner actually suffice? – Daniel Beck Apr 9 '11 at 16:28
Consider accepting one of the answers, or adding additional requirements that aren't satisfied by any of these programs. – Daniel Beck May 22 '11 at 13:25
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TaskCoach will do what you're looking for, and there is a Mac version available.

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Thanks afrazier. Do you have experience with it? I wonder if it is better then the software I currently use on windows (todolist) – Tal Galili Sep 20 '11 at 22:38
AbstractSpoon's ToDoList? I don't really have deep experience with either one, so I can't really comment on whether one is "better" than another. What I think you'll find is that they're comparable but different. – afrazier Sep 21 '11 at 14:30

I'm not 100% sure, because I don't use it myself, but I think The Hit List supports subtasks. It's mentioned in this article which compares some Mac task list programs.

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I am not sure exactly what you require but maybe you should look at Tree. Its an outliner that allows you to view the outline vertically or horizontally. I used it occasionally in the past. Is this what you are looking for?

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Instead of marketing copy (a.k.a. fluff), it'd be more helpful/appropriate if you posted a screenshot or described the tree list feature (I can't really tell that there is one from the website). – Lèse majesté Mar 19 '12 at 16:11

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