The rest of the app is probably a bit overkill for the average OmniFocus user. It has strong influence on the next action lists, as they make sure to show tasks in order of dependency. The software does not warn you that it is going to do this. I'm using the Mac Version since sometimes last year preview and trust it since february version 1. I use a Mac and an android phone.
It is an app which needs your attention during setup. I hope that this helps. The auto-archiving and backup settings are probably the one of most interest. MyLifeOrganized Yes, there's a ton of other web app out there that would do just fine. Pick the things needed, customize them as wanted, and use your own approach to task managing.
Also a wealth of troubleshooting advice of course. Therefore, it is not possible to integrate with data from other apps. I promise you, this one is different. If you are reading this review and have been binge-searching the App Store or wherever to find the perfect one like I used to do , then your wait is over. Now I'm for 5 years with Windows version and 2 years with iPhone. The website is available in English, Russian and Chinese.
They might even work autonomously. However, you have to sync your devices each time you make any changes. Cons: 1 Loses all your data, infrequently but persistently. To keep private data private, the following will use example data to outline functionality. They are added to the cloud in the background and pushed to all connected devices on next sync.
Works elegantly with a variety of methodologies. George I'm testing LifeBalance now. And you can just enjoy of how easy is to be effective! This would be mostly used for organizing the outline view. The learning curve is very steep and has few guidances. Advanced rules allow for a complex logic, including boolean expressions.
Still, there's one big plus with MyLifeOrganized: Multiple context tags is allowed! Task outlining The heart of a task management app is, well tasks. For example, Send report in 3 days remind tomorrow 10:00 ProjectX. Download this app immediately and give it an honest attempt. Sorted by due dates, or urgency, importance, etc. A weighting of both factors can be modified in the settings. Outline Hierarchy Simple To-Do lists are awesome but what if you want to break a task into subtasks and that task into more subtasks? The mobile apps can work as a great companion, as they can display all task data in the same custom ways as the desktop app. Creating a project is essentially equal to a task with sub-tasks.
The app itself has been less reliable in this test. Except for the Cloud sync service, which is an extra subscription, all prices are one-time payments for the current major release. It also lacks a password manager. The customization of views can be as depth, or as shallow, as wanted. The mobile section below will discuss this feature in greater detail. For any Overdue task, the background is striped in black and red, and the task title is a yellow bold Comic Sans with slightly increased font size. Hundreds of more settings The previous section covered quite a few settings and opportunities for customization.
The parameters of the task will be converted from the text automatically. This is a simple non-hierarchical list of actions selected from the entire Outline. Furthermore, the setup of themes can be rather time-consuming, as everything is spread over a dozen of submenus. When searching the official forums, a few select downloadable themes created by the community can be found. If checked, tasks within projects, or subtasks, are only doable in order.