The program OmniFocus is one of the best (and most complex) task management applications for Mac (not available on Windows). Here, you’ll find links to all our articles and tutorials about how to use OmniFocus to increase your productivity and manage your time.

Full list of Omnifocus articles, tutorials and screencasts

The ten-part article series introduces a fictional character (Tom Jenkins), and the Asian Efficiency team give their perspectives on what the best way is to getting started with Omnifocus. Topics include:

  • The best way of setting up Omnifocus with structures and areas of responsibilities.
  • How to apply Getting Things Done (GTD) or how to make your own workflow.
  • Creating custom perspectives (next actions, today list, and more).
  • Using Omnifocus on iPad and iPhone in sync.
  • Cool tricks and advanced features.
  • Managing email tasks with Mailplane and Apple Mail together with Omnifocus.
  • How to use OmniFocus with Agile Results.

Where to get OmniFocus

The software is available on OS X and iOS. As of now it is not available on Windows. In order to grab a copy of Omnifocus, you can do that here:

If you are planning to use this task manager, you might want to read our Omnifocus review first.

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