OmniFocus 2 for Mac offers convenient ways for capturing information into OmniFocus, whether it’s a thought that has popped into your head or something on your computer or the Internet that you want to take action on.
OmniFocus 3 for Mac
The process for capturing on your Mac is essentially the same in OmniFocus 3 as it was in OmniFocus 2.
Note that it’s no longer necessary to use the OmniFocus Clip-o-Tron app/plugin to integrate OmniFocus and Mail. And make sure you choose the “OmniFocus 3: Send to Inbox” service when you’re creating a global keyboard shortcut.
In this video we’ll look at some of the ways you can get information into OmniFocus while using virtually any app on your Mac. You’ll learn:
- How to capture tasks using Quick Capture.
- How to assign a system-wide shortcut key to Quick Capture.
- How to use the “OmniFocus 2 Send to Inbox” Mac OS Service to capture information from Safari, Finder and Mac OS Mail.