OmniFocus 2.22 for iOS User Manual
The Omni Group
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Isn’t it time to find a better way to organize all the stuff you need to do?
OmniFocus for iOS brings the in-depth task management features of a desktop app to your fingertips. With flexible viewing options, location-awareness, and on-the-fly task entry from just about anywhere, OmniFocus for iOS is the trusted system you need for managing everything in your busy life. Keep track of tasks by project, place, person, or date; with OmniFocus for iOS, you’ll always have your important information at hand, whether it’s a shopping list, agenda items to discuss at work, things to do at home—whatever you need.
But just because it’s powerful doesn’t mean it’s complicated or hard to use. In OmniFocus 2 for iOS we went deep to re-think and reorganize the interface around your data—your stuff—and make it easier and more natural for you to quickly get ideas into and out of the app.
In the OmniFocus 2 for iOS User Manual you’ll find the resources you need to get quickly up to speed with the latest edition of our award-winning productivity app. But don’t take our word for it—download the book and see how OmniFocus can help you get stuff done.
What's New in Version 220.127.116.11
Updated to note that Siri input is not currently available in the OmniFocus for Apple Watch extension.
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Nothing like Omnifocus if you are serious about organization.
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After upgrading I had a few challenges so I thought I'd check out the free user manual. It helped me to quickly resolve it and while open I quickly discovered there were other unused and powerful features of OmniFocus that I could quickly put to good use.
A simple guide for a complex program.
Granted I am new to OmniFocus and may not be ready to review the product but I'm comfortable reviewing this book.
While I found this book useful, I feel that it is more a collection of bullet points. Most topics are introductory and lack any concrete examples. A better title would be "The OmniFocus Quick Start Guide" because I am still looking for a manual.
Again, OmniFocus is a complex program and I wish there was more detailed "instruction" available without having to scour the forum's and website for information. Don't get me wrong, the book was very useful and helped me more to see a different way of working than how to work the software. Was that the author's intention?