Learn OmniFocus - Live Session Topics

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Which of the following are you interested in?

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MANAGING LARGE, ONGOING PROJECTS — You may be working on individual or group projects that last months, or even years. This live session provides guidance for managing these projects in OmniFocus, in combination with other apps/services.
66% / 39 resp.
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MANAGING SOMEDAY/MAYBE — This session delves into storing and managing someday/maybe items. We’ll look at options for storing and tracking this information (e.g. OmniFocus, Evernote and Trello) and practical ways for ensuring these lists aren’t forgotten.
61% / 36 resp.
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MASTERING THE REVIEW PROCESS — Drawing some wisdom from David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD®) approach, this live session emphasizes the importance of regular reviews and provides practical ways to keep OmniFocus up-to-date and relevant.
59% / 35 resp.
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USING OMNIFOCUS HOLISTICALLY — To be optimally productive, it’s important to take into account all aspects of life. This session focuses on how to use OmniFocus in a holistic way, drawing upon wisdom from the Holistic Productivity™ approach.
55% / 33 resp.
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WORKING WITH GOALS — This session looks at goals conceptually, examining where they’re useful and where they fall short. We’ll also explore practical ways to manage and navigate goals using OmniFocus and complementary apps/services.
49% / 29 resp.

Which if the following are you MOST interested in?

59 out of 59 answered

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MANAGING LARGE, ONGOING PROJECTS — You may be working on individual or group projects that last months, or even years. This live session provides guidance for managing these projects in OmniFocus, in combination with other apps/services.
35% / 21 resp.
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MASTERING THE REVIEW PROCESS — Drawing some wisdom from David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD®) approach, this live session emphasizes the importance of regular reviews and provides practical ways to keep OmniFocus up-to-date and relevant.
32% / 19 resp.
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MANAGING SOMEDAY/MAYBE — This session delves into storing and managing someday/maybe items. We’ll look at options for storing and tracking this information (e.g. OmniFocus, Evernote and Trello) and practical ways for ensuring these lists aren’t forgotten.
13% / 8 resp.
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USING OMNIFOCUS HOLISTICALLY — To be optimally productive, it’s important to take into account all aspects of life. This session focuses on how to use OmniFocus in a holistic way, drawing upon wisdom from the Holistic Productivity™ approach.
11% / 7 resp.
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WORKING WITH GOALS — This session looks at goals conceptually, examining where they’re useful and where they fall short. We’ll also explore practical ways to manage and navigate goals using OmniFocus and complementary apps/services.
5% / 3 resp.

How much experience have you had with OmniFocus?

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How much experience have you had with David Allen's Getting Things Done® (GTD®) approach to productivity?

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Are you currently a member of Learn OmniFocus?

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Yes
62% / 37 resp.
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No
37% / 22 resp.