Using Omnifocus for GTD

Omnifocus is one of those applications that you either love or hate – and I’m firmly in the “love” camp. It’s incredibly flexible, and allows you to create a workflow which will work for you, particularly if you’re using the Getting Things Done methodology.

Along the way, I’ve found a few resources which have helped me – and so I’ve decided to create and curate a page which lists them. These are the essentials – I’ll add more as I find them.

Fraser Speirs – Omnifocus, My approach

If you’re looking for a place to start with using Omnifocus for GTD, Fraser’s post is a good one.

Fraser Speirs – The weekly review as an Omnifocus project

The weekly review is a vital part of the GTD method – in fact, some would argue that it’s the core of the whole thing. Fraser very usefully created a template project which goes through the weekly review process, which you can download from this page.

Omnifocus, GTD, and you

An excellent PDF full of tips and advice on how to use Omnifocus for GTD, from the Omni Group.

OmniFocus Ninja Tricks

Update: Omnifocus 2 for Mac will be out soon, and there will also be updates for the iOS apps on the release of iOS 7.

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