Stats reports for OmniFocus

OmniFocus is very much an app about doing.  It’s not designed with graphical reporting in mind.  Here’s a neat app, though, put together by Thomas Schoffelen, that shows a list of open tasks, and completed tasks from the last 7 days, last 3 months, and completed per weekday.

 

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Stats reports for OmniFocus

OmniFocus is very much an app about doing.  It’s not designed with graphical reporting in mind.  Here’s a neat app, though, put together by Thomas Schoffelen, that shows a list of open tasks, and completed tasks from the last 7 days, last 3 months, and...

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A Principle of Completable Lists

We can have any number of types of task lists, be they a perspective, a context, or a project. Some lists stick around: the daily list, phone calls to make, things to file, agenda items, and more. They fill up, we clear them, and they fill up again. Two questions we...

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Being Deliberate with Task Wording

How we word our tasks can make a significant difference in how we approach them. For example, several rules of thumb may be: Start with a verb Maintain both simplicity and clarity when possible Act as though you are delegating the task to someone else. (In fact, you...

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Grouping Tasks by Session

Useful Lists We can easily be overwhelmed by looking at even a realistic list of things we’d like to do today. This is particularly the case if there are many small tasks. A good list is one we can easily review in a short period of time so that we can make a...

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OmniFocus – Dark Mode & Sync

The Omni Group is re-introducing styling to OmniFocus with the latest test builds: To check it out, go to the styling tab in preferences (Command-,): You can also adjust font. I’m pretty happy with the Proxima Nova font, but I’ve posed Georgia above. More...

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Emails

Hi Folks, I’ve been updating the mailing system, transferring the list to a new service.  I seemed to have accidentally tripped a welcome letter I had made in the import process. Please ignore that. I do apologize and have no intention of sending email for no...

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New OmniFocus training at Lynda.com by David Sparks

My friend David Sparks of Macsparky and the excellent Mac Power Users podcast (which just hit its 300th episode) has put together two video guides at Lynda.com: OmniFocus for Mac Essential Training OmniFocus for iOS Essential Training He also has his own Field Guide...

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Working with OmniFocus – A New Point of View

Task systems are like musical instruments. Each person plays them differently. But you can learn so much from studying how they do so. Joe Buhlig has built a working system that helps him integrate the various spheres of his personal and work lives. In Working with...

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