OmniFocus and Windows

A lot of people ask me how I get by using OmniFocus when I spend time every day on a Windows machine. I’ve never clamored for a Web-based or Windows version of OmniFocus. I’ve always viewed the Windows computer as a device to accomplish very specific tasks, none of which involve managing my task list. This became even more pronounced with the iPhone and iPad versions letting me view my OmniFocus data while sitting at the Windows machine. Indeed, the iPad has become my primary window to my OmniFocus data. I use it more than the Mac. Anyway, there is no need for me to write a long post about Windows and OmniFocus anymore because this morning, Eddie Smith nailed it.

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