Whilst listening to an episode of Mac Power Users there was a really great tip shared by David when using OmniFocus. I wanted to post this to help me remember more than anything but hopefully you will find this useful too. If you are deep down in a project and want to quickly get back … Continue reading How to quickly get back home in OmniFocus
Looks great on first look, I'll have a dig into it later on.
I do a lot of repeating tasks and found creating them in OmniFocus a little time consuming. For each task I had to tap 'show more' in the inspector and before I could do anything with it. Thankfully I've found a quicker way. Tap on any task you've already created (this won't work on a … Continue reading How to quickly add a repeating task in OmniFocus
I've used a few different apps over the years to try to build good habits but in the end they all fall by the wayside. The main reason for this is I'm not seeing or being reminded of them. When switching over to OmniFocus I thought I'd use their tagging system to help me with … Continue reading How to build habits using OmniFocus
A useful feature in OmniFocus 3 is the ability to add tags to your tasks. Whilst looking at the forecast view I realised I could customise and show 1 tag along with my calendar and scheduled tasks. I find this useful when I have something I'd like to get done but don't necessarily want to … Continue reading How to view tags in your forecast view (OmniFocus)
I've had an on/off relationship with OmniFocus over the years but with a period of overwhelm I've decided to stick with it and learn how to actually use it effectively. When plotting out my overwhelm I used a mind map and split everything into areas of focus. I did this is an earlier post but … Continue reading How I use folders in OmniFocus
I was feeling overwhelmed and my TO DO apps weren't serving me well so I did a brain dump to get everything out of my head and into a system to bring some calm and planning into my life, something I really need right now. I took my iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil and … Continue reading How I do a brain dump (GTD, capture, Apple Notes and TickTick)