Dave is very clear - proper GTD implementation requires all four variables, yet OF only allows addressing of energy as a context which means the context can’t be anything else.
Context — availability of tools like phone, computer, internet connection, office)
Time — time you have at hand, e.g. before the next meeting starts
Energy — the level of attention you can devote to the task
Priority — if you still need to choose between tasks which one is most important
It’s eminently arguable (and has been by many GTD / OF experts like Sven Fechner and David Sparks already) that today, the most significant limiting factor in getting things done depends more on available energy / focus than other (obvious yet still relevant) contexts like physical locations.
How is this not addressed yet Omni Group?
Might anyone know of a way to shoehorn 3-5 energy level settings into OF now? (Folders and Flags are absolutely not the answer). I have to say, after goin on ten years of using OF, I’m starting to get to the end of my rope waiting for what have felt like essential tools for so long - the lack of which make implementing GTD properly extremely tedious - and costs significant time and efficiency instead of enhancing them.
I remain a fan of OG in general and appreciate the apps speed stability and reliability but know there’s a whole other level of sophistication coming (like AI and advanced GUI) which will make geo-fencing look simple and I sincerely hope OG’s ready to lead the way and risk something good for something great.