David Sparks has just released a Field Guide on OmniFocus 3. David is fantastic at putting together his field guides. He’s been doing it for years, and they only seem to be getting better. I’ve just started to dive into his latest field guide for OF3 and it looks like he is really hitting quite a stride.
What I like about his field guides is how easily he seems to distill important ideas into their simplest components. I regularly pick up new ideas when watching his courses.
David is a solid productivity guru. He regularly works not only at his law practice, but he also puts together numerous field guides for other mac applications, runs several podcasts, is a family man, a musician, and an all-around good guy. David is clearly someone who knows what he is talking about when it comes to productivity.
I’m excited to get into his latest with OmniFocus 3, The course is listed for $24 for the first month, after which it goes up to $29.
It’s also set up at David’s new Teachable store. All of the videos are nicely laid out with their titles in a table of contents on the side with a percent complete bar listed at the top. It’s a nice touch that lets you see how far you are in the course.
David Sparks has just released a Field Guide on OmniFocus 3. David is fantastic at putting together his field guides. He’s been doing it for years, and they only seem to be getting better. I’ve just started to dive into his latest field guide for OF3 and it looks like...read more
I've heard whispers through the Intertubes that there is discord amongst camps between those who believe pen and paper to be the superior system medium and those who drift to the digital. I caught some wind via a pingback to marywestonn's blog in my recent post...read more
Please note - Posts here at Using OmniFocus will be held off or at least slowed down while I work on the next edition of Creating Flow with OmniFocus. Creating Flow with OmniFocus 3 is in the works. I’m regularly visiting it, adding ideas, making updates, changes, and...read more
OmniFocus 3 enhances the Forecast view. Forecast let’s you see what’s due today, what’s due soon, as well as what you may have deferred until today. It also shows your calendar alongside your tasks. As a result, many OmniFocus users use the Forecast as their “Today”...read more
OmniFocus 3 for iOS ships May 30th. I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of the beta, and I’ve had some time to kick the tires. In brief, OmniFocus is a task manager. It helps you to organize and arrange your work so that you can think less about what to do next and...read more