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Summary:

For all TAB readers interested in getting access to the most cutting edge (dubbed “sneaky peek”) releases of OmniFocus (their task management app) you can sign up for advance notifications via their Sneaky Peak page. The “Omni” apps are well-crafted products and their programmers do their […]

For all TAB readers interested in getting access to the most cutting edge (dubbed “sneaky peek”) releases of OmniFocus (their task management app) you can sign up for advance notifications via their Sneaky Peak page.

The “Omni” apps are well-crafted products and their programmers do their part to make code available to the developer community so folks can use components that work well without having to reinvent the wheel. As a company, they also seem to care about the users of their products given that they went out of their way to cite a review on their blog which contained both praise and pummeling.

(D&D fans will also appreciate this entry which explains how to use OmniFocus to manage your 4th edition character sheet).

If you use OmniFocus for “getting things done”, drop a note in the comments with what works and what needs improvement.

By Bob Rudis
  1. I am very happy with Omnifocus, I was on the beta program and watched as the product evolved into what became 1.0
    As for feature requests – they are adding most everything i want:
    Having my task list on multiple computers is a big want and something they are adding soon.
    Also having it on my phone would be very helpful, so much so that I would say their iPhone app is one of the primary reasons I am planning to get a new iPhone when they come out.

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