TaskPaper is a Mac program designed to help you easily keep track of your daily assignments. This utility might prove to be of good use to people who are constantly dealing with busy schedules and are looking for a simple way to keep an eye on the tasks they need to complete until reaching their deadlines.
The app's interface is very intuitive and nicely-designed. All of your tasks are automatically organized into groups based on the tags you attach to your assignments. To add a status to your task, simply go to Tag panel from the main menu and select the preferred item from the list (Due, Start, Today or Done).
You can set due dates for your tasks, create a project containing multiple tasks, import data from Mac's Reminders app, and use the built-in search to quickly locate certain assignments. However, make sure you save your to-dos before exiting the program as the app doesn't automatically backs up your data.
Another thing you need to take into consideration is that the program supports only 2 output formats when exporting to-do lists: a format that's compatible only with TaskPaper and TXT. Furthermore, you can easily find cheaper solutions for keeping track of your daily tasks.
Hence, I don't think it's worth buying this app if the aforementioned issues mean much to you.