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The Ultimate OmniFocus Project Template Script


The output of Chris Sauve is nothing short of amazing. Just days after his extremely useful script to retrieve ‘Waiting For’ tasks based on senders of selected Mail.app messages he releases another gem.

This one will excite the template affictionatos amongst the OmniFocus users.

In short, the script looks for a template folder and offers to do all the heavy lifting of creating a new instance of the template.

What it does is:

  1. Look for a ‘Template’ folder in OmniFocus
  2. Offer the project templates in that folder for selection
  3. Create an active instance of the selected project template in any folder you select in your OmniFocus structure
  4. Ask you to fill any variables (such as ‘$Name’) you used in the original template project – whether you use them in project, task title or notes

It becomes hard to keep up with Chris and his valuable work.


via SimplicityBliss http://pxldot.com/blog/2013/omnifocus-templates?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+simplicityisbliss+%28SimplicityBliss%29

Logging Done OmniFocus Tasks to Day One with Hazel


From the depth of the OmniFocus forums and the capable coding hands of Rob Trew comes a script that will offer some excitement to some of my nerd friends: Logging your completed tasks from OmniFocus in DayOne using a shell script and Hazel.

Note that you need to have the DayOne CLI tool installed to make this work.


via SimplicityBliss https://github.com/RobTrew/tree-tools/blob/master/OmniFocus%20scripts/Shell%20scripts%20for%20Geektool%20or%20logging/2012-12-10-omnifocus-done-to-DayOne-shellscript.md?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+simplicityisbliss+%28SimplicityBliss%29