OmniFocus 2 4.5/5

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OmniFocus 2

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By The Omni Group

Live a productive, contextual life with OmniFocus 2 for Mac. Keep work and play separated with contexts, perspectives, and Focus. Ignore the irrelevant, focus on what you can do now, and accomplish more. And do it all much faster than before.

OmniFocus' interface was designed and organized around your data—your stuff—to make it easier and more natural for you to quickly get ideas into and out of the app, whether you’re using Getting Things Done™ (GTD™) or any other productivity system. It's powerful enough to use on its own, and syncs through the cloud with your other devices running OmniFocus (also available for iOS and Apple Watch).

OmniFocus 2 features everything you need to seriously get stuff done:


• Reliable sync with NEW push triggering using our free service or your own server. Keep your entire database at your fingertips by syncing with OmniFocus for iOS and Apple Watch (available from the App Store as a separate purchase).
• A flexible hierarchy: keep all your to-dos in one list or use as many levels of Folders, Projects, Groups, and Actions as you need to stay organized
• Customizable Layout: Choose a fluid view that automatically shows and hides fields as needed, or use Custom Columns for scannable, tabular lists.
• Assign contexts based on location, people, energy level—whatever you need to get the task accomplished
• NEW Customize OmniFocus' look with the colors and fonts of your choosing.
• Sharing Extension captures content from any app that has a Share button
• Today Extension shows you OmniFocus items due today right in Notification Center
• Collect from anything that can send email—Omni Sync Server’s Mail Drop adds items directly to your OmniFocus Inbox
• Attach (or link to) important reference material.
• Open the Forecast perspective to see your due items for each day alongside events from your OS X Calendar.
• The Review perspective (NEW IN 2) makes sure nothing falls through the cracks.

Starting from a solid, simple user experience, we added Pro features for customizing OmniFocus and making it even more powerful. Pro is available via In-App Purchase and free to customers who purchased OmniFocus 1 from the Mac App Store:

• Custom Perspectives: save and revisit custom views for specific tasks or situations: “Show me the chores I can do in five minutes” or “What do I need to follow up on with the people from the planning meeting?”
• Customize the OmniFocus sidebar and home screen just like you customize your iOS Device's home screen.
• AppleScript support enables all kinds of cool workflows.
• Focus feature lets you block out stuff that isn't immediately actionable.
• Display any perspective in Notification Center with the Today Extension

For more information, please watch the video on our website!


If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free support: you can reach us by email at, by phone at 1-800-315-6664 or +1-206-523-4152, or on Twitter at @omnifocus.

If OmniFocus empowers you, we would appreciate an App Store review. Your review will help other people find OmniFocus and get more done.

Thank you!

Release Notes

12/1/2017 | Version : 2.11.2 | Size : 29.4 MB
OmniFocus 2.11.2 is a minor update focused on bug fixes.

• Perspective Tabs — When a dragged item can’t be dropped on a tab we no longer highlight it as if it can.
• Nested Contexts — Fixed a problem where counts could become inaccurate when the contents of a nested contexts changed.
• Quick Open — Improved the Quick Open animation.
• Help — Fixed a broken link (for “Guided Tour") in the help sidebar.

If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support; you can email, call 1–800–315–6664 or 1–206–523–4152, or tweet @OmniFocus.

If OmniFocus empowers you, we would appreciate an App Store review. Your review will help other people find OmniFocus and make them more productive too.

7/6/2017 | Version : 2.10 | Size : 28.5 MB
OmniFocus 2.10 for Mac adds the ability to show Inbox in the Projects perspective and adopts the URL scheme of OmniFocus for iOS so you can use the same URLs for navigation and automation on all of your devices.

• Inbox in Projects — Added a preference to the Organization preferences pane that shows the Inbox in the Projects sidebar and its contents in the outline.
• URL Scheme — OmniFocus for Mac now supports the same /add and /paste URLs as the iOS version, and navigation links like /inbox, /projects, and /forecast. You can read more about URLs at
• Clipping — Made a change to the built-in clipping handler for Google Chrome that should fix it for customers who have multiple applications named “Google Chrome”. One case we know about is via Parallels Desktop.
• Crash — Fixed a crash when closing a secondary OmniFocus document while actively editing an item in the outline.
• Encryption Passphrase — Fixed a problem where OmniFocus could use a keychain item created by Finder to set your encryption passphrase to an empty string.
• Logging — Fixed a problem where if you entered the wrong sync password or encryption passphrase, that incorrect value was included in the error that OmniFocus wrote to the console.
• Outdent — Made the behavior consistent when outdenting an inbox item or a top-level task in a project: the newly-created project is now always selected in the sidebar.
• Outline — When the option to show folders in the outline is enabled, we now group projects at the top level under “No Folder” instead of “Top Level”.

If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support; you can email, call 1–800–315–6664 or 1–206–523–4152, or tweet @OmniFocus.

If OmniFocus empowers you, we would appreciate an App Store review. Your review will help other people find OmniFocus and make them more productive too.

4/26/2017 | Version : 2.9 | Size : 26.6 MB
OmniFocus 2.9 introduces a new attachment storage and sync system. To migrate to the new system you’ll need to be running OmniFocus 2.19 or later on all of your iOS devices and OmniFocus 2.9 or later on all of your Macs. Once all of your syncing devices are running a version that supports the new system, you’ll be prompted to migrate your database.

• Attachments — Starting with v2.19 (iOS) and 2.9 (Mac), OmniFocus stores attachments separately from the items that contain them, resulting in improved performance and storage efficiency. Once all of your syncing devices are running a version that supports the new attachments, you’ll be prompted to migrate your database.
• Attachment List — The Attachment List window now groups multiple items that reference the same file and provides buttons to easily go to an item.
• Completed Perspective — This perspective no longer shows a group of “Not yet completed” items.
• Repeats — Prevented a crash when importing an item with a repeat rule that OmniFocus doesn’t understand.
• Software Update — Fixed a problem where you might receive “CFErrorDomainLaunchd error 4” when trying to update OmniFocus from within the app.
• Sync Preferences — Fixed a problem where the Unregister button for sync clients was active with no selection in the client list (and unregistered the first client in the list).
• Sync — OmniFocus now handles the DAV 207 multi-status responses returned by NGINX in its default configuration with the nginx-extras APT package.
• Device List — Added the OmniFocus version of the listed device as a tooltip both in the Device List in Preferences and during the database migration flow.
• Documentation — Updated the in-app Help.
• Encryption — We now offer to immediately re-upload and re-encrypt your database when you change your encryption passphrase.
• Future Database Formats — Improved the error message you’ll see when OmniFocus tries to open a database from a later version.
• Localizations — Updated Localizations.

If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support; you can email, call 1–800–315–6664 or 1–206–523–4152, or tweet @OmniFocus.

If OmniFocus empowers you, we would appreciate an App Store review. Your review will help other people find OmniFocus and make them more productive too.


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Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for OmniFocus 2

Great app (2.8.1)
1/8/2017 5:31:00 PM 5/5 By DadaStar2
It has a steep learning curve. But, once you got it, the app reveals its true essence: purely dedicated to alleviate your (professional) life. Stay focused, stay productive.

Creating a mind like a calm pond (2.8.1)
1/7/2017 11:04:00 AM 5/5 By Tortugonal
OmniFocus is excellent. It’s solid; it syncs between my three Macs and my iPhone and iPad seamlessly; it does what it should and does it well. The Omni Group has been refining this software for years. It was always best in class; it just keeps getting better. It’s a great platform for anyone moving beyond a very simple one-dimensional task list. It pairs very well with Daivd Allen’s Getting Things Done. It’s the best way to keep track of all the things you need to do or are responsible for. If you subscribe to David Allen’s philosophy, the idea is to write down everything as soon as you think of it, which frees your mind so you aren’t always uneasy, wondering if you are forgetting everything. Everyone sets OmniFocus up a little differently, but I find spending some time getting contexts right is very important. I try to give a project, context, and due date to tasks wherever possible. Contexts can be a bit tricky. I mostly use home, office, office support (when I actually have to BE there to use photocopier, etc.), telephone, waiting, and agenda. When putting items into the waiting and agenda contexts, I always put a full name in the notes or in the task title. This lets me quickly search for a colleague’s name when I’m with them to create an instant agenda for a 1:1 meeting. The one downside of OmniFocus for some is that it does not make it easy to assign priorities to items. If you’re good at assigning due dates, then OmniFocus works well because you can look at tasks in calendar mode. You can also search the web for ways to use tricks to assign priorities, but OmniFocus claims not offering direct support was deliberate. Priorities change. A lot, for most people, and I’ve never found assigning priorities very helpful. However, if you can’t work with a to do list that doesn’t support priorities well, think about this before committing.

How I Keep Track of My Life (Even When My Life Doesn’t Keep Track of Me) (2.8.1)
1/5/2017 5:53:00 AM 5/5 By Sean Doran
BEFORE you buy ANY task management tool… Watch 2-3 videos of it on YouTube and make sure it ACTUALLY fits into your workflow. Whenever you switch to a new tool, there is ALWAYS a hit to productivity as you learn the ins-and-outs of it. But if the new tool simply isn’t a good fit, you’ll be LESS productive (even if you become a master)! If you follow the “Getting Things Done” (GTD) method David Allen created, then OmniFocus will fit your digital life like Cinderalla’s glass slipper. Much like any powerful tool, there are more TIME-SAVING features than you can comprehend when you first start using it. Don’t get discouraged! Here’s what you should do instead: Use what is instantly helpful for your task management goals right now. Why? So you’ll hit the ground running! Not only is OmniFocus intuitive, but also be comforted in the fact there are many online resources to help you squeeze the most juice out of the app as well. And be comforted in the fact The Omni Group has superb technical support, so if your items aren’t syncing, and you don’t know why, they’ll be right there to help.

Best app for syncing to-do items across multiple devices (2.7.2)
12/14/2016 11:40:00 PM 5/5 By Wordbanger
I have an array of Apple devices, including a desktop iMac, MacBook Pros, iPads, and an iPhone. OmniFocus is the easiest and most powerful way I’ve found to create, syncronize and track to-do items and more across all of those devices. I tried to use the native Mac and iOS apps, but they simply don’t work as well as I’d like. This application works far better. I know I’ve only scratched the surface in using this app too, so I’m sure I will learn to appreciate it even more as time goes by and I explore more features. I’m very happy with it so far, and highly recommed it to anyone looking for a means of managing a lot of schedule and task details.

I’ll always love this program - but one little pain point in recent release (2.7.2)
11/2/2016 4:11:00 AM 5/5 By Chs33
This will always be my preference for task organization (both professionally and personally). I love that they aggressively build out features. The ability to add a mail message to your to do list is fantastic. Such a great company and piece of software. One little user interface update made recently that is very frustrating - in the forecast view, when I move the date of a task, it jumps me to the date I’ve moved it. I guess I can envision a scenario in which this is useful, but only very rarely. More commonly, I’m working through the tasks for today, and when I move the due date of a task, it’s because I’m interested in clearing up TODAY, not interested in whatever date I’ve moved it to. Please provide teh ability to toggle between these if you insist on making this functionality available. Thank you.

Free Pro upgrade for version 1? HA! (2.7.1)
9/29/2016 2:17:00 PM 1/5 By dellsworth
Their upgrade from version 1 simply doesn’t work. I’ve had version 1 from the Mac App Store for years and it isn't recognized as an update-able app. Then customer service recommnds I delete the one in my applications folder and download a copy of version 1 from the Purchased category of apps in the App Store - but Apple stopped doing that a long time ago - when you purchase the new version - generally - the old version disappears. Then, unable to solve the problem, says; "In this case, we'd like to offer you a rebate for cost of the Pro upgrade ($19.99 USD). In order to process this rebate, you will need to first purchase the in-app Pro upgrade through your Apple ID. Once you have done that, please send us a PDF copy of your iTunes receipts for "OmniFocus 1 for iPad", "OmniFocus 2 for iOS" and "OmniFocus 2 for iOS Pro upgrade/in-app purchase"; or a screenshot of your iTunes purchase history with the receipt details showing your Apple ID and the amount paid for these 3 items (details on how to locate this purchase history in your iTunes account are available here:” What happened to the free upgrade? Moved on to the better app - 2do!

9/24/2016 9:12:00 PM 5/5 By richbajo
I am no ninja when it comes to GTD or Omnifocus (yet), but even with the skills I have, I’ve been able to clear my mind of nagging to-do items, resulting in much less stress. The application is solid, and I love their sense of design. The interface is a familiar design and I’ve grown to love the color purple since to me it reminds me how much more organized I am. Location-based contexts/reminders are awesome. I travel a lot in SoCal, and often create tasks that pop up just when I get close to that store that I’ve forgotten to go to. Another thing that I love about OF is the community and support resources available. Several books have been written on OF, and their own website is great, too. My fav book is from Kourosh Dini, highly recommended. It’s probably the only one you need. One note of caution: OF is extremely powerful, and with each release gets more powerful and more refined. You are not likely to learn it overnight or a week, but by doing a brain dump into OF, you will feel better instantly. Take your time, learn it’s ins and out. Try a few features at a time, and try to ovoid overwhelm. You will learn more, and as your system gets refined, you will find that you cannot live without OF. Thanks, Omnigroup!

The ONLY Task Management / Project Management Software I Use (2.6.2)
8/17/2016 12:30:00 PM 5/5 By joshuahughtaylor
I have gone through countless softwares and programs to manage everything I need to keep organized in my life. Some are web-based; some are clean and simplified; some are feature-packed—but nothing compares to OmniFocus! This is an incredibly powerful tool that any project manager, apsiring creative, influential leader, or student would greatly benefit from. I use it for everything. I take 2-3 graduate classes a semester. I manage about 4-5 projects at a time. I create and schedule content for social media, blogs, and newsletters. And I also have my own personal projects I like to manage. AND I CAN DO IT ALL IN ONE PLACE! My life is so much more organized and my projects are so much more successful because of OmniFocus. This is a “must-have” for anyone who is serious about getting things done.

I hate it! not worth it! (2.6.1)
8/10/2016 11:44:00 AM 1/5 By traveladam
I’ve tried it for a few months now, too expensive, but to find that I can’t use it on the iPhone as well, without paying another $40, was the end of it. There’s NO POINT if I can’t add in notes while out and about, not tied to my desk. That’s NOT Productivity! $80 for a reminder is total crap! I wish I never bought it! VERY DISSPOINTED!

The absolute best calendar app on the market, hands down. (2.5.3)
7/8/2016 3:49:00 AM 5/5 By Chefclean
This app has it all. Calendar sync from your iCal, task management and the greatest sync software to date. When I delete a task in the iMac app, it takes less than on second to show on all other devices, including apple watch. I use the GTD plqtform and it seems that this app was buil for just that. Yes, it is a tad pricey, but no more than Fantastical and all of the other apps that cannot hold a candle to this one. Simply amazing.

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