I consider some of the overarching principles I try to keep in mind as I iterate on my OmniFocus set-up.
A quick look at how I’ve set up my project list in OmniFocus, including naming conventions, folder hierarchy, and action groups.
An in-depth look at the many tags I use in OmniFocus to manage constraints and optional conditions, group tasks together, and work with dates.
How I use ‘macro-context’ tags to filter the tasks in my dashboard view down to just those I want to act on right now.
We run through some simple, quick automations to remove some friction from the process of working with my OmniFocus ‘dashboard’ set-up, with a little help from Keyboard Maestro and Alfred.
Going beyond my ‘dashboard’, I detail the other custom perspectives that are used in my OmniFocus workflow.
My ‘dashboard’ is central to my OmniFocus workflow. In this post, we’ll take a deep-dive into the custom perspectives it comprises.