Which is better Things or OmniFocus?
If you tend to over-plan, you might be more productive with Things because it encourages you to spend less time planning. But if you have an unusually large number of projects, or if you want to capture your projects very accurately and with a high level of detail, OmniFocus is better for that.
Is Things app any good?
Things on my phone gives me a very nice view using Areas, Projects, and tags. And where the keyboard navigation is spot on in macOS, the touch-based navigation (and accompanying animations) on iOS are just as good. And so too is the support for drag and drop. Things is above all else a very smooth feeling app.
What apps does things 3 integrate with?
- Slack. Team Chat.
- Gmail. Email, Google.
- Trello. Project Management.
Does Things 3 sync with Google calendar?
The upcoming view. Things 3 builds on this idea, ingeniously, by integrating your calendar. Connect to your Google account or other calendar service and you’ll see your appointments for the day, followed by any tasks that are due.
Is Todoist or trello better?
Both apps allow for synchronisation across platforms. Todoist works better on smartphones than Trello – where is was clearly envisioned it would be used. The push notifications in Todoist also give it a distinct advantage – especially as you can get reminders via text message as well as email.
Is Things 3 a one time purchase?
Things is a one-time purchase at the time of download without any additional costs, and therefore Apple’s App Store doesn’t let us offer you a free trial.
What is the difference between OmniFocus and things?
Things, on the other hand, places an emphasis on its Today and Upcoming views, so it only puts items in front of you that you affirmatively choose to see. In other words, OmniFocus wants you to push things out of your view, while Things wants you to pull them into your view.
Is OmniFocus the right tool for You?
If you have a huge number of tasks in many areas of your life, OmniFocus might be the better choice for you. OmniFocus is the power user’s tool. But with great power comes a great ability to fiddle. I found myself constantly tweaking OmniFocus, and coming up with custom perspectives, to try to harness all my tasks.
Can I use the forecast perspective in OmniFocus?
You can use the Forecast perspective in OmniFocus to somewhat replicate the Today/Upcoming views in Things, with one major issue. In Things, if you don’t complete an action in your Today view, it remains there the next day. In OmniFocus, items disappear from the Forecast after their start date.