What’s new in the Second Edition of Creating Flow with OmniFocus?

 

The second edition of Creating Flow with OmniFocus builds upon and enhances the concepts originating in the first edition.  In it, you’ll find:

  • A streamlined singular workflow.
  • Expanded tips and tricks.
  • Ideas on using OmniFocus for in-depth sessions of work.
  • Enhanced sections on contexts and their use.
  • Methods of establishing trust with contexts and perspectives.
  • Several new sections on building systems from simple to complex.
  • Using customized perspectives.
  • New example perspectives, such as:
    • Dashboard perspective.
    • Settling perspective.
    • Communications perspective.
    • among others …
  • Creating a flow of perspectives.
  • In-depth methods for building routines.
  • Buffering routine to avoid compulsive use.
  • Using OmniFocus to develop desired habits.
  • Alternate template uses.
  • Standardized higher horizons to make choosing Most-Important-Tasks (MITs) simpler.
  • The use of meta-tasks.
  • Use of OmniFocus in large clear projects:
    • Example of use as a student.
  • Use of OmniFocus in large creative projects:
    • Example of use in study and music.
  • Expanded techniques for creative work.
  • Integration of Workflow Mastery concepts.
  • Expanded problems and solutions section.
  • Enhanced processing email with OmniFocus.
  • Using TextExpander with OmniFocus.
  • Using Keyboard Maestro with OmniFocus.
  • and, of course, more …

 

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