I’ve been using it more lately. It used to have just one reminder for me: Put out the trash and recycling on the curb every two weeks. But I’ve been adding and now it has:
- Take medication in the morning and another in the evening.
- Recharge my AirPods (I use them every day in my workout and I need to make sure I recharge them every three days)
- Ask my daughter about her schoolwork checklist every day and lunch and dinner
- My bathroom sink hasn’t been draining well so I pout boiling water through it once per week so I have it nag me about it
- I have two daily perspectives in Omnifocus I want to check: Phone calls to make and actions I’m waiting on other people for. I have it nag me about checking those.
All of those are recurring. I have been putting non-recurring reminders in there, but now that Omnifocus lets me set notifications, I may try it out for that. Although having the nag in Due is useful for me.
I think it’s about your own psychology and what kind of prompts you’re likely to respond to or ignore.