The Omni Group has released the first set of videos from the talks at January’s OmnFocus Setup event. This first installment features talks from Tim Stringer, Dinah Sanders, and Sven Fechner – as well as the contexts discussion facilitated by Thanh Pham and Michael Schechter (my podcasting partner-in-crime). There’s a lot of great stuff to be mined from these videos, so take some time and give them a look.
I’ve also spent some time this week revisiting the incredible book by Kourosh Dini (whose talk from the event will be up on the site soon) called Creating Flow with OmniFocus. If you want to get the most out of the app and are willing to put in the time and effort to do so, then you owe it to yourself to pick up this book. It’s simply amazing.
The team at Asian Efficiency (one of the people behind that site is the aforementioned Thanh Pham) has also assembled a great resource for OmniFocus users. I think that OmniFocus Premium Posts is great for those who want to emulate a setup in OmniFocus rather than create one that is distinctly their own, so if that’s what you’re looking to do then this product fits the bill.
Finally, David Sparks has a great set of screencasts that can also get you well on your way to OmniFocus proficiency. You can check them out here.
I’m not saying you should use OmniFocus – but if you are and want to get more out of it or have decided to take the plunge, then these places are fantastic resources to help you along the way.
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