OmniFocus for the Web


#21

Obviously I’m perfectly okay with adding an additional pricing option which doesn’t remove the current model.
But, pleeeease keep the old way also. I can justify spending even a large chunk of money when a new version comes out, but there’s no way I’d be able to justify $10 a month in perpetuity, especially not when everything I need to do and track would be held hostage.


#22

As the blog post says, the current model of “buy the version” will stick around too - web requires a subscription, but that’s not a surprise :)


#23

As @nicoledb said, read access to custom perspectives would be great to have. If that’s not practical (in the short term), at least FORECAST view is essential to have.


#24

Extra vote from me for Forecast view please.


#25

Yes the only perspective I would like to see is the Forecast so I can tell what is actually due today.


#26

Small question; why is that not a surprise?
The entire OF suite is the same price (in the subscription model) as the web version.

I would think having a software version would be more important to a software house,?
You now basically pay the same for a web frontend to your sync db as for your entire OF suite of apps.

To me that is a definite surprise!


#27

Agreed! The Forecast perspective, at a minimum, is a must!