Sending messages or notes to yourself via your iPhone to your computer when you’re not at your computer, or to your iPhone when needing to go some place, is really useful.
(I already do this, but with a combination of apps, which is really slow, or with the stock Messages app, but which requires you to quickly deselect your chat window every time, so that it doesn’t mark your message as read.)
A way to quickly send information/text (rather than solely files) in OmniPresence from your cellphone to your computer (or vice versa) would awesome.
Not as a notes app, but as an inbox app between iOS and Mac. Basically, to transfer tasks/information between devices, as well as with files.
For example, you are the store and you add ‘Research product X’ to OmniPresence, and then ‘Don’t forget Y’. You take a picture of something and send it via OmniPresence. Once you get back home, you open your computer and everything is there.
If the information sent would end up in OmniFocus instead of OmniPresence, it would be great for those who have purchased OmniFocus, but users who have purchased other of the Omni applications wouldn’t be able to benefit from this.
Essentially, a way to quickly send information/text (rather than files) in OmniPresence from your cellphone to your computer would be really useful.
OmniGroup sell OmniFocus, I can see them wanting you to buy it.
We currently get OmniPresence for free. If you have hundreds of Outliner, Graffle or Project documents that’s ok - but what about when people start using it for films? Either it has to become a paid cloud storage service, or we end up with limits.
I’m just saying it would be cool to be able to sync plain text with OmniPresence (instead of only files)—as a kind of web clipper or for just simple notes for when you get back home/at your main computer.