The Omni Group is one of the few big software companies that give a yearly roadmap. I understand why so few companies do this. Often priorities change. For example, last year the Omni Group ended up spending a lot of time for OmniFocus for iPad as a result of announcements at WWDC 2019 that meant some of their other plans got pushed back. As someone on the outside (and also someone that often has to deal with shifting priorities), I find it fascinating to see how the Omni Group plans and adjusts. Regardless, the 2020 Omni Group Road Map has a few highlights worth sharing.
OmniFocus for the Web
The Web version of OmniFocus shipped last year. Additional features are coming, however, so you’ll be able to get even more OmniFocus features on your office windows machine.
Omni Plan has always sought to be the planning app that is both powerful and easy to use. Version 4 is in the works that will push on both of those objectives.
The Omni Group is hoping to introduce a sign-in licensing program, so you don’t have to fiddle with software license codes anymore. The goal is to make using your Omni apps as easy as signing into Netflix.