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OmniFocus for Mac

Editors' Review

by   / November 25, 2014

OmniFocus for Mac integrates seamlessly with Mac OS X to help manage tasks, projects, and other to-dos from a single interface.

Pros

Extremely customizable interface: OmniFocus offers a number of customizable views. With project, context, priority, and date-based organization, combined with custom perspectives and arrangement tools, you can tweak your to-do list for your specific projects. The inbox feature makes adding new tasks incredibly quick, and the ability to quickly add new projects and contexts keeps the information organized.

Lightweight integration in OS X: OmniFocus runs quietly in the background while you work. With a couple keystrokes, you can call up a task entry screen to drop in a quick note for later reference, and the tool then syncs to iCloud or its own cloud server for access on another device or computer.

Cons

Steep barrier to entry: Because of its complexity, OmniFocus may take some time to get started. There are a number of existing templates to help you get started, and the tool offers robust help files. But even with these extra tools, it may take some time to get everything organized.

Bottom Line

OmniFocus for Mac is a sleek piece of software that perfectly integrates the most effective productivity strategies into a single platform. It's fast, non-intrusive, and with syncing to mobile devices, can be a solid toolkit for your Mac.

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Editors' Review

by   / November 25, 2014

OmniFocus for Mac integrates seamlessly with Mac OS X to help manage tasks, projects, and other to-dos from a single interface.

Pros

Extremely customizable interface: OmniFocus offers a number of customizable views. With project, context, priority, and date-based organization, combined with custom perspectives and arrangement tools, you can tweak your to-do list for your specific projects. The inbox feature makes adding new tasks incredibly quick, and the ability to quickly add new projects and contexts keeps the information organized.

Lightweight integration in OS X: OmniFocus runs quietly in the background while you work. With a couple keystrokes, you can call up a task entry screen to drop in a quick note for later reference, and the tool then syncs to iCloud or its own cloud server for access on another device or computer.

Cons

Steep barrier to entry: Because of its complexity, OmniFocus may take some time to get started. There are a number of existing templates to help you get started, and the tool offers robust help files. But even with these extra tools, it may take some time to get everything organized.

Bottom Line

OmniFocus for Mac is a sleek piece of software that perfectly integrates the most effective productivity strategies into a single platform. It's fast, non-intrusive, and with syncing to mobile devices, can be a solid toolkit for your Mac.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 3.5.1

  • Crash -- Fixed a crash switching a perspective from grouping Entire Projects to Individual Actions.
  • Localizations -- Fixed missing localizations in OmniFocus 3.5.

General

Publisher The Omni Group
Publisher web site http://www.omnigroup.com/
Release Date February 17, 2020
Date Added February 17, 2020
Version 3.5.1

Category

Category Productivity Software
Subcategory Calendar & Time Management Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Mac
Additional Requirements
  • macOS Catalina
  • macOS Mojave

Download Information

File Size 65.01MB
File Name OmniFocus-3.5.1.dmg

Popularity

Total Downloads 12,383
Downloads Last Week 0

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 14-day trial
Price $39.99
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