OmniFocus Pro 2.1.1

2015-04-10   office Productivity

Name OmniFocus Pro 2.1.1
Size 39.95 MB
Created on 2015-04-04 00:16:35
Hash 8a7db8b3217c1d9988b857769a6c97c146c2639f
Files OmniFocus Pro 2.1.1/Omni Group v1.0 MG CORE.dmg (412.8 kB)
OmniFocus Pro 2.1.1/OmniFocus-2.1.1.dmg (39.54 MB)

Descriptions for Description

Name: OmniFocus Pro
Version: 2.1.1
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: KG

OS version: OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor

Block connections to:

Courtesy of C.O.R.E.

Release Date: March 16, 2015

What's New in Version 2.1.1
This OmniFocus 2.1.1 update includes several crash fixes which didn’t make it into the initial release of OmniFocus 2.1.

OmniFocus 2.1 is the first of several planned OmniFocus releases in 2015. It features a new look and new features for OS X Yosemite, as well as a few bug fixes. The file format and syncing remain compatible with all previous versions of OmniFocus, on Mac and iOS. OmniFocus 2.1 requires Mac OS X 10.10 or higher.

We’re still planning on adding features to OmniFocus that will make it sync more responsively, to be easier to scan visually, and to be more efficient to use. This release is an important first step on that path!

Vibrant Interface — We adjusted the OmniFocus interface to better match OS X Yosemite. That included making new toolbar icons, adjusting the appearance of some other elements, and incorporating vibrancy where appropriate.
Application and Document Icons — The app and document icons now fit in better on OS X Yosemite.
Extensions — OmniFocus for Mac now has Today and Share extensions, just like on iOS. To enable the Today extension, click Edit at the bottom of Notification Center.
Sharing — In addition to accepting content from other apps, the text of actions can be shared from OmniFocus using the share button in the toolbar.
Tear-off View Options Popover — When the View Options popover is open, it can be dragged away from the window and exist on its own.
Find and Replace — Find and Replace now works in actions as well as their notes.
Help — In addition to being up to date with info on the new features, OmniFocus Help has a new look that should be easier to use. Scrolling is also smoother on retina screens.
OmniOutliner Import — When importing from OmniOutliner columns can once again be mapped to OmniFocus fields.
Localized Date Parsing — If OmniFocus can’t parse a date using localized relative date names, it will try using English relative date names.
Moving Windows — It’s no longer possible to move the window using the split view dividers.
Narrower Windows — OmniFocus’ minimum window width has been reduced.
Inspector Menus — MISSING VALUE no longer appears in action and project status menus or the “Review Every” menu.
Bad State after Time Zone change — OmniFocus behaves better after changing time zones, clearing a due date, and then using a +1 day/week/month button
Spurious Due Soon Notifications — OmniFocus now always respects its own Notification Preferences.
Sync Credentials — When syncing with Omni Sync Server, you’re no longer prompted again for your username after entering it in Preferences—just your password.
New Item in Forecast (Focused) — You can create a new action while Focused and in the Forecast perspective without causing an alert to appear.
New Item in “No Context” — You can now create new items in Flagged and in Contexts when “No Context” is selected.
Perspective Icons — Some custom icons previously resulted in an error about PNG gamma value.
Grouping Actions in Quick Entry — The app no longer hangs when grouping actions in the Quick Entry window.
Flagged Items — Status circles are now drawn with orange only if flagged and not complete.
Crash — Fixed a commonly-reported crash on launch.
Crash — Fixed a crash when quitting.
Crash — Fixed a crash when closing the Archive window with a hidden toolbar.
Crash — Fixed a crash undoing “Replace All” when text in notes had been replaced.
Crash — OmniFocus now beeps instead of crashing when you try to delete “No Context” from the sidebar.
Many Smaller Fixes and Improvements — Including several other crashes.

More Info:

We understand, you’re busy. You’ve got stuff to do. Work. Home. Play.

The only way you’ll make it through all the things that you need to do is to organize them somehow. Maybe you’ve been making do with notebooks or sticky notes — and hoping they don’t fall into the world of lost things behind your desk. But hey! You’ve got this awesome Mac sitting in front of you. You use it every day. You guard it with your life.

It’s time to get serious about all of the stuff you need to do. It’s time to get OmniFocus.

The new OmniFocus 2 features everything you need to seriously get stuff done:

Clarify your goals as Projects, and break them down into manageable Actions.
Assign Contexts — the place you need to be, the person you need to contact, or even a state of mind — to Actions and Projects
NEW: Use Forecast to see the actions and Calendar events already on your plate, and assign due dates to actions
NEW: Assess and update your projects on a regular basis in the dedicated Review perspective
Track essential details on everything, including dates, notes, and file attachments
Capture urgent tasks and stray thoughts to your OmniFocus Inbox with Quick Entry — no need to even Command-Tab away from the app you’re working in when the thought occurs
Keep it all at your fingertips by syncing with OmniFocus for iPad and OmniFocus for iPhone
Collect from anything that can send email — Omni Sync Server’s Mail Drop adds items directly to your OmniFocus Inbox
Print reports for your manager (if they like that kind of thing)
Control the badges and notifications for upcoming tasks — out of your way or colorfully hard to overlook

The OmniFocus Pro in-app purchase adds tools to help you be even more productive - use custom perspectives and focus to fine-tune your views, and apply the power of AppleScript to supercharge your workflow.

Don’t you think it’s time to find a better way to organize all of the stuff you need to accomplish?

It’s time for OmniFocus.

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