Getting Things Done & OmniFocus

As a fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (aka GTD) approach to task management I was eager to see a “proper” implementation. I’ve experimented in the past with kGTD (the creator of kGTD has joined OmniGroup in a marketing capacity) and EasyTask. Neither had the desired level of polish and features.OmniGroup (developers of OmniGraffle, OmniOutliner, etc.) recently announced that OmniFocus 1.0 will be released on January 8, 2008. I signed up to beta test this product in September or so and have been following it since. I’ve started using the recent betas as my primary means of task tracking and… it’s awesome. With a whopping five or six days of using it I recommend it.They have a deal going where if you order “soon” you get a fifty percent discount. I’m going to use this until just after Thanksgiving. If I like it then as much as I do now I’ll be a customer of yet another OmniGroup product.

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2 Responses to Getting Things Done & OmniFocus

  1. You might want to switch your “permalink” structure to make more readable URLs. Just a thought. It took me over 50 posts before I did, so you have time. 😉

  2. rob says:

    How does this look? :^)

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