This session provides practical advise to support you in using OmniFocus 3 to bring a productive flow to your upcoming travels, whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure (or perhaps a combination of the two) to a neighbouring town or a far-off land.
This session is all about taking action in the context of the bigger picture of your life. You’ll learn practical concepts and how they can be applied with OmniFocus and complementary productivity apps. Topics include, strategies for articulating projects and actions that move you forward in a meaningful way and how to tell when you’re drifting off course.
This session builds on the foundation of Automating OmniFocus 3 Using Siri Shortcuts: Basics and Automating OmniFocus 3 Using Siri Shortcuts: Beyond the Basics.
This session is a follow up to Automating OmniFocus 3 Using Siri Shortcuts: Basics and takes a deeper dive into more advanced productivity workflows that can be automated using Siri Shortcuts. Led by: Rose Orchard
This session will help you master the basics of automating OmniFocus using Siri Shortcuts, a system-level service and app that was introduced in iOS 12. No prior knowledge is assumed, so it’s a great session to attend whether you’re just getting started with iOS automation, or if you want to revisit the basics.
Whether you’re just getting started with OmniFocus or are revamping your current setup, it’s worth taking some time to clarify what purpose OmniFocus serves and to create a convenient and consistent structure that mirrors your multi-faceted life.
OmniFocus 3 for Mac is a major new release that opens up a wide array of workflow possibilities. This session is all about making effective use of OmniFocus 3 on the Mac. It's an opportunity to learn about the new features and about best practices for using them most effectively.
OmniFocus 3 for iOS is a landmark release that opens up a wide array of workflow possibilities. This session is all about making effective use of OmniFocus 3 on the iPhone and iPad. It’s an opportunity to learn about the new features and about best practices for using them most effectively.
Learn how to use OmniFocus to manage lists of things that you’d like to consider doing in the future, but that aren’t actionable in the present. In the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology, David Allen refers to these lists as “someday/maybe lists”.