In my organisation, we’ve had to switch to GTD lists in GoogleDocs, and OmniFocus is now redundant for me.
As a long-time user (since Kinkless days), I long for the day when OmniFocus will allow me and my team to collaborate and track projects and work progress using its great GTD structure and features.
Until then, we’ve had to knock up an approximation of the OmniFocus structure in GoogleDocs, to allow a shared overview of project progress and for team task allocation across multiple projects.
Please, stop with the (to me) pointless but, I’m sure, very fun to create bells and whistles, and get the focus back onto core functionality. Many of us are working online and collaboratively, these days. Please don’t ignore this reality.
I’m glad that Omnifocus is designed for individual use, e.g. as part of Getting Things Done, and not for shared use in the workplace in companies.
As a former software developer, I imagine what would happen if the Omnigroup converted Omnifocus into a multi-user system: 😩😩😩
Here is a small selection: Masses of demands for rights management to be set up for access to data, extension for use with Scrum, addition of project cost planning, working time management and so on …
Maybe you should use Omniplan and not Omnifocus.
Tomorrow I will call my bike shop and make it clear that we are in 2023 and they still have not supplied my mountain bike with an outboard motor for sea use. 😆
Respectfully, please for the love of god “no”. I want my Omnifocus private and encrypted, and I don’t want a bunch of collaborative features bloating up the app and interface.
There’s so many collaborative task management and project management apps already out there. I don’t want this one ruined. There’s…Trello, Asana, ClickUp, Notion, Nozbe, Todoist, Taskade, TickTick, MeisterTask, Ayoa, Basecamp, Monday, ProofHub, Wrike, Ora, etc. Take your pick.