OmniFocus Screencast, part 1

The OmniFocus Screencast (part 1 of 3) is live. The first episode is all about capturing with OmniFocus and is 20 minutes long. You can download it from the Mac Power Users Feed. The screencast is in Apple TV format. Enjoy.

55 Comments OmniFocus Screencast, part 1

  1. Kikai@Me.com

    Hi,
    nice work! The send to omniocus email works great for me, because at this moment I have to use Omnifocus only on iPhone(windows user at this moment) and was missing to create action out of emails in a art way. The Read it later app
    supports the Omnifocus app in the same way as instantpaper does. Greetings out of north germany(nearly Denmark)

    Reply
  2. Kikai@Me.com

    Hi,
    nice work! The send to omniocus email works great for me, because at this moment I have to use Omnifocus only on iPhone(windows user at this moment) and was missing to create action out of emails in a art way. The Read it later app
    supports the Omnifocus app in the same way as instantpaper does. Greetings out of north germany(nearly Denmark)

    Reply
  3. Kikai@Me.com

    Hi,
    nice work! The send to omniocus email works great for me, because at this moment I have to use Omnifocus only on iPhone(windows user at this moment) and was missing to create action out of emails in a art way. The Read it later app
    supports the Omnifocus app in the same way as instantpaper does. Greetings out of north germany(nearly Denmark)

    Reply
  4. Kikai@Me.com

    Hi,
    nice work! The send to omniocus email works great for me, because at this moment I have to use Omnifocus only on iPhone(windows user at this moment) and was missing to create action out of emails in a art way. The Read it later app
    supports the Omnifocus app in the same way as instantpaper does. Greetings out of north germany(nearly Denmark)

    Reply
  5. Kikai@Me.com

    Hi,
    nice work! The send to omniocus email works great for me, because at this moment I have to use Omnifocus only on iPhone(windows user at this moment) and was missing to create action out of emails in a art way. The Read it later app
    supports the Omnifocus app in the same way as instantpaper does. Greetings out of north germany(nearly Denmark)

    Reply
  6. armwood@armwood.com

    I have been eagerly awaiting these screencasts ,especially since your wonderful book “Mac At Work” inspired me to take a second look at Omnifocus. It is such a wonderful program. I enjoyed this first screencast and eagerly await the second installment. Keep up your work. You are greatly appreciated.

    Reply
  7. armwood@armwood.com

    I have been eagerly awaiting these screencasts ,especially since your wonderful book “Mac At Work” inspired me to take a second look at Omnifocus. It is such a wonderful program. I enjoyed this first screencast and eagerly await the second installment. Keep up your work. You are greatly appreciated.

    Reply
  8. armwood@armwood.com

    I have been eagerly awaiting these screencasts ,especially since your wonderful book “Mac At Work” inspired me to take a second look at Omnifocus. It is such a wonderful program. I enjoyed this first screencast and eagerly await the second installment. Keep up your work. You are greatly appreciated.

    Reply
  9. armwood@armwood.com

    I have been eagerly awaiting these screencasts ,especially since your wonderful book “Mac At Work” inspired me to take a second look at Omnifocus. It is such a wonderful program. I enjoyed this first screencast and eagerly await the second installment. Keep up your work. You are greatly appreciated.

    Reply
  10. armwood@armwood.com

    I have been eagerly awaiting these screencasts ,especially since your wonderful book “Mac At Work” inspired me to take a second look at Omnifocus. It is such a wonderful program. I enjoyed this first screencast and eagerly await the second installment. Keep up your work. You are greatly appreciated.

    Reply
  11. timwindsor@gmail.com

    David,

    Great work — looking forward to the next two.

    And, on that front, did you possibly miss a trick by not releasing the full set of three on Day One as a premium, paid product for those of us who tend toward the impatient side of the ledger?

    I'd gladly pay to be able to chew into all three at once.

    Reply
  12. timwindsor@gmail.com

    David,

    Great work — looking forward to the next two.

    And, on that front, did you possibly miss a trick by not releasing the full set of three on Day One as a premium, paid product for those of us who tend toward the impatient side of the ledger?

    I'd gladly pay to be able to chew into all three at once.

    Reply
  13. timwindsor@gmail.com

    David,

    Great work — looking forward to the next two.

    And, on that front, did you possibly miss a trick by not releasing the full set of three on Day One as a premium, paid product for those of us who tend toward the impatient side of the ledger?

    I'd gladly pay to be able to chew into all three at once.

    Reply
  14. timwindsor@gmail.com

    David,

    Great work — looking forward to the next two.

    And, on that front, did you possibly miss a trick by not releasing the full set of three on Day One as a premium, paid product for those of us who tend toward the impatient side of the ledger?

    I'd gladly pay to be able to chew into all three at once.

    Reply
  15. timwindsor@gmail.com

    David,

    Great work — looking forward to the next two.

    And, on that front, did you possibly miss a trick by not releasing the full set of three on Day One as a premium, paid product for those of us who tend toward the impatient side of the ledger?

    I'd gladly pay to be able to chew into all three at once.

    Reply
  16. armwood@armwood.com

    Please, please don't put that idea in his head. Let him keep his money maker (law) and his passion (Apple Products) separate. David is such a wonderfully genuine ambassador for Apple products and his lack of pecuniary interest just adds to his credibility and mystique. I, however, like you, would pay for his tutorials and draw my wife's ire.

    Reply
  17. armwood@armwood.com

    Please, please don't put that idea in his head. Let him keep his money maker (law) and his passion (Apple Products) separate. David is such a wonderfully genuine ambassador for Apple products and his lack of pecuniary interest just adds to his credibility and mystique. I, however, like you, would pay for his tutorials and draw my wife's ire.

    Reply
  18. armwood@armwood.com

    Please, please don't put that idea in his head. Let him keep his money maker (law) and his passion (Apple Products) separate. David is such a wonderfully genuine ambassador for Apple products and his lack of pecuniary interest just adds to his credibility and mystique. I, however, like you, would pay for his tutorials and draw my wife's ire.

    Reply
  19. armwood@armwood.com

    Please, please don't put that idea in his head. Let him keep his money maker (law) and his passion (Apple Products) separate. David is such a wonderfully genuine ambassador for Apple products and his lack of pecuniary interest just adds to his credibility and mystique. I, however, like you, would pay for his tutorials and draw my wife's ire.

    Reply
  20. armwood@armwood.com

    Please, please don't put that idea in his head. Let him keep his money maker (law) and his passion (Apple Products) separate. David is such a wonderfully genuine ambassador for Apple products and his lack of pecuniary interest just adds to his credibility and mystique. I, however, like you, would pay for his tutorials and draw my wife's ire.

    Reply
  21. contact@alexstrick.com

    Looking forward to number 2, especially, on processing. I'm working my way through 'Creating Flow with OmniFocus' but not quite there on the processing part. Have been using OF for half a year now and learnt a number of new tips and tricks from #1.

    Reply
  22. contact@alexstrick.com

    Looking forward to number 2, especially, on processing. I'm working my way through 'Creating Flow with OmniFocus' but not quite there on the processing part. Have been using OF for half a year now and learnt a number of new tips and tricks from #1.

    Reply
  23. contact@alexstrick.com

    Looking forward to number 2, especially, on processing. I'm working my way through 'Creating Flow with OmniFocus' but not quite there on the processing part. Have been using OF for half a year now and learnt a number of new tips and tricks from #1.

    Reply
  24. contact@alexstrick.com

    Looking forward to number 2, especially, on processing. I'm working my way through 'Creating Flow with OmniFocus' but not quite there on the processing part. Have been using OF for half a year now and learnt a number of new tips and tricks from #1.

    Reply
  25. contact@alexstrick.com

    Looking forward to number 2, especially, on processing. I'm working my way through 'Creating Flow with OmniFocus' but not quite there on the processing part. Have been using OF for half a year now and learnt a number of new tips and tricks from #1.

    Reply
  26. me@sagefool.com

    Um, this was awesome – but you have left me in a state of purgatory while my entire workflow awaits the enlightenment of your next episodes. PLEASE publish your follow ups. It's too easy to procrastinate until I get onto the "final system."

    Reply
  27. me@sagefool.com

    Um, this was awesome – but you have left me in a state of purgatory while my entire workflow awaits the enlightenment of your next episodes. PLEASE publish your follow ups. It's too easy to procrastinate until I get onto the "final system."

    Reply
  28. me@sagefool.com

    Um, this was awesome – but you have left me in a state of purgatory while my entire workflow awaits the enlightenment of your next episodes. PLEASE publish your follow ups. It's too easy to procrastinate until I get onto the "final system."

    Reply
  29. me@sagefool.com

    Um, this was awesome – but you have left me in a state of purgatory while my entire workflow awaits the enlightenment of your next episodes. PLEASE publish your follow ups. It's too easy to procrastinate until I get onto the "final system."

    Reply
  30. me@sagefool.com

    Um, this was awesome – but you have left me in a state of purgatory while my entire workflow awaits the enlightenment of your next episodes. PLEASE publish your follow ups. It's too easy to procrastinate until I get onto the "final system."

    Reply
  31. me@macappster.com

    Great piece of work. I switched to OmniFocus about 2 years ago and beforehand worked with Things.
    When I first started to use OmniFocus my wish was to do it right. So I searched the web for videos and images of examples and found a bit of material that was good enough as a starting point for my own database. This was a good first step. A year later I stilll knew basically nothing about GTD and decided to buy David Allens audiobook – it was a great help optimizing my OmniFocus workflow. Now another year later you put up this amazing compressed knowledge of your expertise and again I learned a few things that I implemented.

    Thanks a lot for this trilogy David, it will be one of the references for users of OmniFocus. This more than deserves a place on the OmniGroup website in the Video Tutorials section.

    Reply
  32. me@macappster.com

    Great piece of work. I switched to OmniFocus about 2 years ago and beforehand worked with Things.
    When I first started to use OmniFocus my wish was to do it right. So I searched the web for videos and images of examples and found a bit of material that was good enough as a starting point for my own database. This was a good first step. A year later I stilll knew basically nothing about GTD and decided to buy David Allens audiobook – it was a great help optimizing my OmniFocus workflow. Now another year later you put up this amazing compressed knowledge of your expertise and again I learned a few things that I implemented.

    Thanks a lot for this trilogy David, it will be one of the references for users of OmniFocus. This more than deserves a place on the OmniGroup website in the Video Tutorials section.

    Reply
  33. me@macappster.com

    Great piece of work. I switched to OmniFocus about 2 years ago and beforehand worked with Things.
    When I first started to use OmniFocus my wish was to do it right. So I searched the web for videos and images of examples and found a bit of material that was good enough as a starting point for my own database. This was a good first step. A year later I stilll knew basically nothing about GTD and decided to buy David Allens audiobook – it was a great help optimizing my OmniFocus workflow. Now another year later you put up this amazing compressed knowledge of your expertise and again I learned a few things that I implemented.

    Thanks a lot for this trilogy David, it will be one of the references for users of OmniFocus. This more than deserves a place on the OmniGroup website in the Video Tutorials section.

    Reply
  34. me@macappster.com

    Great piece of work. I switched to OmniFocus about 2 years ago and beforehand worked with Things.
    When I first started to use OmniFocus my wish was to do it right. So I searched the web for videos and images of examples and found a bit of material that was good enough as a starting point for my own database. This was a good first step. A year later I stilll knew basically nothing about GTD and decided to buy David Allens audiobook – it was a great help optimizing my OmniFocus workflow. Now another year later you put up this amazing compressed knowledge of your expertise and again I learned a few things that I implemented.

    Thanks a lot for this trilogy David, it will be one of the references for users of OmniFocus. This more than deserves a place on the OmniGroup website in the Video Tutorials section.

    Reply
  35. me@macappster.com

    Great piece of work. I switched to OmniFocus about 2 years ago and beforehand worked with Things.
    When I first started to use OmniFocus my wish was to do it right. So I searched the web for videos and images of examples and found a bit of material that was good enough as a starting point for my own database. This was a good first step. A year later I stilll knew basically nothing about GTD and decided to buy David Allens audiobook – it was a great help optimizing my OmniFocus workflow. Now another year later you put up this amazing compressed knowledge of your expertise and again I learned a few things that I implemented.

    Thanks a lot for this trilogy David, it will be one of the references for users of OmniFocus. This more than deserves a place on the OmniGroup website in the Video Tutorials section.

    Reply

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