I learned my way around productivity by reading and listening to others talk about it. So I know the value of showing off the tips and tricks. That's exactly why I built out the Pro section of Productivity Guild.
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More often than not, I find myself surprised by the questions I get after releasing a new script or product. After releasing Working With OmniFocus I received more emails about how the site is set up then I did about the course itself. It’s apparent to me that this is something different that others are interested in. So here’s how I did it.
One piece missing in my Drafts actions arsenal was the ability to create a single draft with multiple tasks and send them all to OmniFocus via the new URL schemes. This isn’t something I use often but there are times when it would be useful and can be the difference between capturing everything and missing a vital thought.
I’ve been impressed by the speed of the Omni Group’s release cycles lately. It’s obvious they are hard at work on the automation methods for both iOS and macOS. One of these recent releases introduced the ability to create new projects within a specific folder on iOS.
Working with OmniFocus
Stop searching for the right way to use OmniFocus. There isn’t one.
If you're interested in more detail about my OmniFocus setup, take a look at my video series on it. I pull back the curtain on the concepts and nuances of OmniFocus and how I work with it.
You can always see what I'm currently working on by visiting my dedicated Now site. Where I spend my time, what I'm reading, and what I'm actively coding can all be found here.