OmniFocus entered its third release cycle with the release of OmniFocus 3 for iOS.
The app became one of the most prominent task management suites on the Apple ecosystem. It is an often recommended solution for to-do, especially if investing in Getting Things Done workflows.
However, it also comes with a relatively high price and a learning curve. Is OmniFocus worth the effort, and can the solution help you with your productivity needs? I’ll go through all the features in detail and let you decide what you think about them.Read More...
And there it comes, a new major release for OmniFocus: The task management suite which is available since 2008 gets into its third release cycle. The predecessor is award winning and one of the most recommended productivity suites for the Apple ecosystem. So, what’s it all about?
I have been a regular user of OmniFocus for many years (since OF1 days,) so I’ve seen many iterations and new feature upgrades. The version 3 comes with many new features and an updated look-and-feel.
I have been testing the new version since the beginning of closed beta and discuss some thoughts on how OmniFocus 3 improves over 2.Read More...
With its initial release in early 2008, OmniFocus grew to be one of the most prominent task management suites on the Apple ecosystem. It is an often recommended solution for task management, especially in the lines of Getting Things Done.
But, it also comes with a high price and learning curve. Complex applications often need to be studied, customized and understood, before being able to use them.
Is OmniFocus worth the effort, and can the solution help you with your productivity needs? This article will cover this productivity suite in all details.Read More...