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Workflow: OmniFocus Travel Plans
Another Workflow workflow I demonstrated in my Learn OmniFocus Video was one to generate a project for travel. I travel a fair amount, and often to more than one destination so this is built around that.
Workflow: OmniFocus University Course
The Mac Quadcast - Ep. 4 (Interview with Rose Orchard)
I was Darren's guest on the MacQuadCast where we talked about everything from AirPods to iPods, and our favourite devices as well as entertainment.
Review: Juuk Rainbow Watch Strap
A while ago I ordered a rainbow watch strap. Not just any rainbow watch strap, but an aluminium link, Apple Watch strap. I came across a purple link watch strap on Reddit months ago, fell in love and then was immensely disappointed it had sold out. I did spot the rainbow strap on the same website though, and immediately put it on my wish list.
OmniFocus 3 Overview
OmniFocus 3 for iOS is here, and there's more than a few changes! If you want to see a video of my setup you can do so over on Learn OmniFocus, there's also an article on how I've been using OF3 over on Inside OmniFocus. Finally you might want to check on my OmniFocus Sneak Peak - though that was back in March and more than a few things have changed since then!
Inside OmniFocus: Tags, Perspectives, and Automation
Here I wrote about some of my OmniFocus workflow, with some Workflow workflows as well as Launch Center Pro automation.
Workflow as an OmniFocus Trigger List
A workflow I frequently run to help me remember tasks is my Trigger List workflow. For those of you not familiar with them, trigger lists are essentially prompts you use to help you remember things you may have forgotten.
Interview with Rosemary Orchard, Creator of Automation Orchard
Jeff interviewed me about the launching of Automation Orchard and my love of automation.
Learn OmniFocus Workflows: Rose Orchard
This is a video where I demonstrate my workflow in OmniFocus 3 for iOS, as well as some Workflow workflows which I use to automate my system.
Workflow: Menus, Lists & Dictionaries
When should you use a list or a menu. What about a dictionary? If you're not a programmer and have had little experience with writing for computers in general then this can be a little overwhelming.