OmniFocus Gets a Ship Date

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I’ve written before about just how much I like the OmniGroup applications for my Mac. I’ve been participating in the “sneaky peak” alpha of their latest application, OmniFocus, since it first was released. I really like this application. It allows me to manage the big and small projects in my life without getting in the way. As Omni has gone through the development cycle the application has just got better and better. Anyway, Omni has announced it will be released as 1.0 on January 8, 2008. There is still time to give it a test run though. Head on over to the OmniFocus site and check it out. Ethan has also started a series of screencasts on their site that are excellent and really give you a handle on OmniFocus in no time at all.

15 Comments OmniFocus Gets a Ship Date

  1. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    I use a pc at work. Is there anyway to access one’s OmniFocus lists from the web? I also have an iPhone, any possibilities there? If yes, I may go ahead and buy it. If no, I will keep using the Web 2.0 product I have found.

    Thanks in advance for any help with this!

    Reply
  2. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    I use a pc at work. Is there anyway to access one’s OmniFocus lists from the web? I also have an iPhone, any possibilities there? If yes, I may go ahead and buy it. If no, I will keep using the Web 2.0 product I have found.

    Thanks in advance for any help with this!

    Reply
  3. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    I use a pc at work. Is there anyway to access one’s OmniFocus lists from the web? I also have an iPhone, any possibilities there? If yes, I may go ahead and buy it. If no, I will keep using the Web 2.0 product I have found.

    Thanks in advance for any help with this!

    Reply
  4. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    I use a pc at work. Is there anyway to access one’s OmniFocus lists from the web? I also have an iPhone, any possibilities there? If yes, I may go ahead and buy it. If no, I will keep using the Web 2.0 product I have found.

    Thanks in advance for any help with this!

    Reply
  5. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    I use a pc at work. Is there anyway to access one’s OmniFocus lists from the web? I also have an iPhone, any possibilities there? If yes, I may go ahead and buy it. If no, I will keep using the Web 2.0 product I have found.

    Thanks in advance for any help with this!

    Reply
  6. david@macsparky.com

    If your web 2.0 solution works for you, stick with it. There are some tweaks that allow you to export your task list to the iPhone either as a Mobile Safari bookmark or through Leopard’s Mail To-Do function. Neither one of them are all that practical. The advantage I see with using OmniFocus is the robust capture and sorting functions and the ability to put hooks into other common applications on your Mac. A web 2.0 solution just can’t offer that.

    Reply
  7. david@macsparky.com

    If your web 2.0 solution works for you, stick with it. There are some tweaks that allow you to export your task list to the iPhone either as a Mobile Safari bookmark or through Leopard’s Mail To-Do function. Neither one of them are all that practical. The advantage I see with using OmniFocus is the robust capture and sorting functions and the ability to put hooks into other common applications on your Mac. A web 2.0 solution just can’t offer that.

    Reply
  8. david@macsparky.com

    If your web 2.0 solution works for you, stick with it. There are some tweaks that allow you to export your task list to the iPhone either as a Mobile Safari bookmark or through Leopard’s Mail To-Do function. Neither one of them are all that practical. The advantage I see with using OmniFocus is the robust capture and sorting functions and the ability to put hooks into other common applications on your Mac. A web 2.0 solution just can’t offer that.

    Reply
  9. david@macsparky.com

    If your web 2.0 solution works for you, stick with it. There are some tweaks that allow you to export your task list to the iPhone either as a Mobile Safari bookmark or through Leopard’s Mail To-Do function. Neither one of them are all that practical. The advantage I see with using OmniFocus is the robust capture and sorting functions and the ability to put hooks into other common applications on your Mac. A web 2.0 solution just can’t offer that.

    Reply
  10. david@macsparky.com

    If your web 2.0 solution works for you, stick with it. There are some tweaks that allow you to export your task list to the iPhone either as a Mobile Safari bookmark or through Leopard’s Mail To-Do function. Neither one of them are all that practical. The advantage I see with using OmniFocus is the robust capture and sorting functions and the ability to put hooks into other common applications on your Mac. A web 2.0 solution just can’t offer that.

    Reply
  11. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Another reason to move exclusively to a Mac at both home and work! Wish it could be so. But we are beholden to the pc at work.

    Thanks David!

    p.s. Tell Sam that my 10 year old daughter is very interested in the software she reviewed on Surfbits!

    Reply
  12. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Another reason to move exclusively to a Mac at both home and work! Wish it could be so. But we are beholden to the pc at work.

    Thanks David!

    p.s. Tell Sam that my 10 year old daughter is very interested in the software she reviewed on Surfbits!

    Reply
  13. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Another reason to move exclusively to a Mac at both home and work! Wish it could be so. But we are beholden to the pc at work.

    Thanks David!

    p.s. Tell Sam that my 10 year old daughter is very interested in the software she reviewed on Surfbits!

    Reply
  14. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Another reason to move exclusively to a Mac at both home and work! Wish it could be so. But we are beholden to the pc at work.

    Thanks David!

    p.s. Tell Sam that my 10 year old daughter is very interested in the software she reviewed on Surfbits!

    Reply
  15. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Another reason to move exclusively to a Mac at both home and work! Wish it could be so. But we are beholden to the pc at work.

    Thanks David!

    p.s. Tell Sam that my 10 year old daughter is very interested in the software she reviewed on Surfbits!

    Reply

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