updated 04:40 pm EST, Tue January 8, 2008
OmniFocus 1.0 released
The Omni Group today announced the final release of OmniFocus 1.0, its new advanced task management tool. OmniFocus is designed around David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” work-life management method, allowing users to quickly assemble notes and ideas into cohesive plans. The application assigns tasks to master projects, and can be viewed by context as well – such as “Go to the store” or “Garden work” – while automatic visual cues show the next step that needs to be taken. OmniFocus is currently shipping, available for $80; a 25-percent discount is available to users of OmniOutliner Professional.
In addition to putting ideas directly into OmniFocus, the software includes a quick-entry panel that can pop up from anywhere within the operating system. Users can also import kGTD documents, and synchronize with iCal through OmniFocus.