Now I've given Things a good crack I'm dipping back into Omnifocus. I'll report back on my thoughts in a month.
Things 3 is a great looking app that had lots of potential for me but after trying multiple times I've stopped trying to fit it in with my workflow. The bad I experienced missing notifications. I'd set a reminder and it wouldn't show so I'd forget to do my task, my number one show stopper … Continue reading Why I stopped using Things 3
I'm getting back on plan, left things slide a bit and tried to use iCloud to get things done. I've failed miserably and need to get back to using a third party app to keep me on task. I've always come back to Todoist or Omnifocus but Todoist gets my vote just now. I like … Continue reading My Todoist setup
I've tried to use a combination of reminders and calendar on iOS to manage my life over the last week. I've tried using both apps separately and Fantastical as the interface. Both haven't stuck with me. Fantastical has become more stressful having calendar and reminders in one view and switching to using the poor Reminders … Continue reading On using Apple Reminders and Calendar
I'm done with third party to do apps (famous last words), I'm feeling overwhelmed. I was in the car and used CarPlay to add a few things I needed to do via Siri. I also gave the Siri watch face a go and surprisingly liked it. Both of these combined gave me some clarity in … Continue reading Organising into Apple Reminders
I'm trying to use Apple Reminders for about the millionth time to see if it can fit the way my brain works. I've switched to do apps so many times I'm declaring app bankruptcy and trying the default. The main draw is no fiddling with other accounts and knowing where my data is. I trust … Continue reading Using Apple Reminders to get things done (again)
I know this is old news but the handwriting recognition in Apple Notes appears to have gotten better in iOS 12. I pretty much write all the time with the pencil in notes so I've picked up a habit of writing my title for the page in capitals, nice and clear. You can see in … Continue reading Apple Notes handwriting recognition