“I for one would not presume to speak for anyone else other than myself.”
Take a look at the original post for this thread and see for yourself what a user wants in a Today view.
“In the example you describe (meetings, which as a self employed developer luckily I rarely have to have, meet probably the only person yet to use zoom) I see the meeting is coming due, and I check my agenda perspective showing me all actions tagged with the people attending and do what I need to do.”
All well and good, if that works for you, but by your own admission you don’t have many meetings.
I am not claiming that you need a Today view, just that some of us would benefit - and that a very useful Today view could arise organically from a normal periodic review process. As such, this functionality would be a nice addition to OmniFocus.
If you had more meetings, or worked more often in different locations, or had some other constraint on the way you get your work done, you might see the benefit of planning the timing of some of your work.
"I truly believe large catch all lists are a deterrent to doing anything . . . "
Who is talking about large catch all lists?
“It may not work for you, fine, in fact OF may not work for you, no system of app is suitable for everyone . . .”
I have been using OmniFocus since its original issue. It is the best system. It is not perfect, and its development is not complete (unless you’ve heard something from OmniGroup that I haven’t).
You don’t need another marker date, so you can’t see why anyone would need one. You would never presume to speak for anyone other than yourself, but you oppose a feature request of others and tell them to look elsewhere to find it. I’m glad you are a happy user, but I think the bogey man of “bloat” is a bit much.