I have recently started trying OmniFocus 2, the new version of my favorite task management software from OmniGroup, scheduled to be released in June. While all in all I like the changes in the new version, I think three important features of OmniFocus 1 have been lost: smooth clipping from Mail, quickly adding duration of actions, and the ability to manage project focus in Review (which is actually possible). Continue reading
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