May 23rd, 2014 By: Ash
Have you heard?
Omnifocus 2 was released earlier today!
I don’t know about you, but the productivity geek in me is pretty damn excited!
If you haven’t heard about Omnifocus or the Getting Things Done Approach then you’re about to discover a great productivity hack.
Head on over to my earlier post on the GTD approach using Omnifocus.
Here’s a video outlining the key benefits of upgrading to Omnifocus 2 and how it can improve your productivity.
For a detailed overview of the GTD approach and Omnifocus check out my earlier post on the GTD approach using Omnifocus
Essentially the GTD approach looks at categorising tasks by projects (which we’ve all heard about before) and contexts which is the differentiator when it comes to the GTD approach.
Put simply, a context allows you to execute on tasks from various projects and enables a form of ‘batch processing’.
There are several other great hacks in the GTD approach, but that involves too much detail and is outside the scope of a brief blog post.
Alternatively, you can grab David Allen’s book on amazon here – great
I recommend it!
I’ll update this post as I get the opportunity to play around more with the application. But until then … happy GTDing … and Omnifocusing!
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