Was ist OmniFocus?
Aufgabenmanagement-App für iOS mit hellen und dunklen Modi, die jederzeit eine Reihe von Aufgaben anzeigen oder auf diese „fokussieren“ kann.
Wer verwendet OmniFocus?
Für Geschäftsleute und Studierende, die ihre Aufgaben organisieren und verfolgen möchten.
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Funktionen von OmniFocus
- Alarmfunktion / Benachrichtigungen
- Aufgaben importieren
- Aufgabenbearbeitung / -aktualisierung
- Berichterstattung / Analyse
- Berichterstattung und Statistik
- E-Mails in Aufgaben umwandeln
- Erstellen von Unteraufgaben
- Fortschrittsverfolgung in Prozent
- Kommentare / Notizen
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Suchen / filtern
- Werkzeuge zur Zusammenarbeit
- Wiederkehrende Aufgaben
- Zugriffskontrollen / Berechtigungen
- Übergeordnete Aufgabe
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Fantastic "to-do" software but very in-depth
Kommentare: I tried a dozen to-do apps before purchasing OF3 and stuck with it a few months but the interface wasn't right for me and it was too fiddly and too overwhelming. If you can get into it properly and can handle how in-depth it is then you'll be fine but it was just too much for me. The price when I got it was actually great, it was a one-time purchase, not subscription like it is now. However, I have switched to Todoist which meets my needs so much better.
It had all the features I needed including setting repeating reminders, ease of adding a task and setting dark mode.
It's too in-depth, if you've never used it or one of Omni's other software it's a heck of a learning curve. The online manual is huge and there's so much to find out. Setting repeating tasks is quite fiddly, there are a lot of options. Other software I've used let's you just put "water plants every Monday" and it'll set that reminder. In OF3 you have to select so many options just to do this. It's very fiddly on a phone especially.
A well featured tool with a steep learning curve
Kommentare: Trying to juggle multiple roles at work with different projects and deadlines, OmniFocus helps with the defer dates, to not have something pop up until you have decided to work on it. So it is easier to avoid being overwhelmed. So long as you consistently use the system and review weekly.
When you are invested in the system and the GTD (Getting Things Done) Methodology, OmniFocus works quite well.
The learning curve! It takes a lot of time to internalize how OmniFocus works and the flow daily and weekly use.
My Go To Tool to Getting Things Done
Kommentare: OmniFocus allows you to quickly capture your thoughts and turn them into actionable tasks. OmniFocus’s intuitive and customizable interface provides you with the tools needed to organize your tasks into manageable actions.
These are features that I like Quick Entry, allows me to quickly create tasks from anywhere on your Mac Folders and projects to help organize tasks Customizable views Mail app integration
I do not use these features much time estimates, repeats for your tasks and projects
The Name says it all
Kommentare: The name says it all. Omni stands for 'universal' - focus is kind of the opposite. You can't have focus and also center you attention on everything. It is a great tool, don't get me wrong. But I would often get caught up in working that the task manager perfectly reflected my work, rather than just getting on with it. But I have some colleagues who love it and would never want to work with anything else again. If you need the level of granularity that OmniFocus provides, this tool is for you. For me, that was more of a distraction.
OmniFocus gives you massive options in how to manage your tasks. It is certainly well thought out and a tool that lets you get into a lot of detail on your task management game. OmniFocus lets you integrate with other tools through Zapier and share with team members.
OmniFocus provides a great level of detail in managing your tasks. So much so, that it was distracting me from doing the actual work.
When you need it, you need it
Kommentare: As you can see, I really like Omnifocus. It helps keep me on track. When I'm doing GTD well and doing my Weekly Reviews (which Omnifocus supports very well) then I'm staying on track with my life. I'm a big fan.
I've used a lot of iOS and Mac task managers. Omnifocus is the best for me when life gets super busy. I love the automation and the project management templates. It makes it so easy to deal with recurring projects. The different perspectives let me see only what I need to see at any given time. It really is a joy to use once you get the hang of it. I have it on my Apple Watch, iPhone and Mac.
There is a learning curve, but don't let that stop you. Just because a task has a million fields you can you doesn't mean you have to use them. I would say just use the basic for a while and learn the more advanced features as you go. It's pricey but totally worth it.