OmniFocus Workflows with Colter Reed
February 27, 2018 | 10:00 am - 11:00 pm PST
Software developer and blogger, Colter Reed will be taking centre stage on Learn OmniFocus LIVE to share how he uses OmniFocus and complementary apps to manage his multifaceted life.
To get a taste of his approach, check out his recent post, A More Powerful Way to Schedule Tasks in OmniFocus. He also shares about how he integrates with other apps. For example, his Complete Your Digital Planning System with Evernote post delves into how he using Evernote, in concert with OmniFocus and Calendar, drawing some inspiration from his past uses of a paper-based Franklin Planner.
About Colter Reed
By day, Colter Reed transforms brilliant ideas into beautiful software. He brings out the best in people by providing them with technology that allows them to do things that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.
He’s also a prolific writer. Colter’s blog covers the gamut from the basic principles of productivity and personal growth to technology-focused posts that feature some of his favourite Mac and iOS apps, including OmniFocus and Evernote. In addition to helping you put out the fires that crop up daily, he’ll help you take a step back and see why so many fires are cropping up in the first place.
Colter lives in the heart of Silicon Valley with his wife and children. He enjoys golf, sings baritone, and watches mostly British TV shows.
An Interactive Experience
During the live session you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and share insights using the chat box and audio/video conferencing. You’re welcome to join the live session 15 minutes before the start time to familiarize yourself with the online meeting technology we’re using and for an informal chat with other participants. The live session will remain active for 15 minutes after the completion time for additional questions and sharing.
Especially if you’re new to OmniFocus, it’s recommended that you watch the recording of the Start Smart with OmniFocus webinar before attending this webinar. You might also want to watch the recording of the OmniFocus: Beyond the Basics webinar.