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I’m a big fan of OmniFocus for iPad.  Teaching classes, running an academic department, performing research, blogging, not to mention leading a large family and being active in my community, I keep busy.  And I’ve tried a lot of different organizers.  I’ve tried hand organizers (I had two Palms), cell-phone organizers (terrible), Windows programs (I like Outlook), online organizers, and too many iPad organizer apps to count.  In my humble opinion, OmniFocus is by far the best.

OmniFocus accommodates almost every part of my FTF/GTD system.  I can sort my tasks by project, by due date, or by something called context – when or where I can complete a task.  I can also sort my tasks geographically.  (This feature should be helpful for a delivery man, but not for a college professor.)

I can flag tasks that are especially important, or that need to be identified in a certain way.

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About Mark P. Holtzman

Chair of Accounting Department at Seton Hall University. PhD from The University of Texas at Austin. Worked at Deloitte's New York Office. BSBA from Hofstra University.

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