OmniFocus 3, released today for iOS (and later coming to the
Mac), adds even more power and options to the app’s existing
toolset, yet rather than growing more complex in the process, it’s
surprisingly become more approachable. This improved user
friendliness is achieved thanks to a new level of flexibility that
can, upon tweaking your ideal setup, obscure the app’s complexity
in everyday use. In more ways than ever before, OmniFocus provides
the tools to make the app your own.
I’ve never been an OmniFocus user, but version 3’s addition of tagging (replacing OmniFocus’s previous “contexts” feature) could get me to try it. As usual for MacStories, Christoffel’s review is comprehensive and insightful.