OmniFocus Workflows with Fraser Speirs
November 15, 2016 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST
Seasoned teacher and IT expert Fraser Speirs will be taking centre stage on Learn OmniFocus LIVE to share how he uses OmniFocus and complimentary apps to manage his multifaceted life. Fraser is a true iOS aficionado and accomplishes almost all of his work using his iPhone and iPad. Among other things, he’ll be talking about his OmniFocus setup, including what contexts and perspectives he uses, and how he make uses of project templates to help keep life and work streamlined and consistent.
About Fraser Speirs
Fraser is the Head of Secondary at Cedars School of Excellence in Scotland, the first school in the world to roll out the iPad on a 1:1 basis. Since planning and executing this deployment, Fraser has been working with schools around the world as they introduce next generation educational technology, teaching practices and curriculum. His years of experience in the classroom combined with his background in software development and system administration gives him a unique perspective on schools’ technical and educational strategy.
Frasier is also a well know personality in the podcasting world. He’s been co-hosting the Out of School podcast with Bradley Chambers since 2012. More recently, he teamed up with MacStories founder Federico Viticci to produce Canvas, a podcast to support people in being productive on iOS devices. For a taste of Fraser’s experience with OmniFocus check out Episode #16: Task Management Part 2.
Fraser also recently launched the iPads for Barefoot College fundraising project and successfully raised £7,630 ($9,900 USD) to send iPads to rural India to help train women to build solar energy projects for their communities.
An Interactive Experience
During the webinar 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 webinar 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 webinar 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.