Also moving away from Things (flush money), and going back to OmniFocus. I’ve been around the task manager world, and seem to be back where I pretty much started.
So far OF is really low friction. Also reading @kourosh’s book, Creating Flow with OmniFocus 3.
I have roughly one zillion screenshot apps, but I seem to be using 3:
the copy-to-memory selections in my multi-clipboard Copy 'Em Paste (how I post most pics on this site)
SnapNDrag Pro for capture by window, selection or timed, folder organization, annotations without losing the original screenshot, scaling-save (25%, 50%, 75%), batch rename and more
Snappy for its floating-on-top window when I want to compare screenshots to other pages or other screenshots
It’s a shame because I’ve paid for a number of apps over the years, like Capto, but they’re either clunkier or slower or I just forget to use them (like the new screenshot capabilities in macOS Mojave, or the screenshot/upload capabilities of Droplr and Cloudapp’s menubar apps).
I’ve recently starting a move away from Things to GoodTask 3 which overlays iOS Reminders and iCloud syncing - not sure I can pin down the exact reason but a combination of (1) Reminders are simpler and I can do a lot with Shortcuts/Reminders/Bear without needing a third-party app, and (2) work tasks now sit in an Asana team.
I love the design of Things so I’m sure I’ll come back to it at some point - I have paid for it after all!
I like the look of the new app but the fact that you need to go through three clicks to change the playback settings for individual podcasts (and that it did not remember my preferences) is really annoying.
Same here. I used Nisus Writer Pro for a short while for a specific project and I was really impressed by it, and the new update looks great, and it facilitates ebook publishing better than most other options. But I don’t need those features most of the time, and I too migrated to Ulysses for the pleasurable writing environment.
I could not agree more. It is still a great app, I hate the fact Apple abandoned it, and no, Photos is not a replacement in my book. I was hopeful that Affinity would bring out a DAM, but it looks like they put their focus elsewhere. Luminar are meant to be introducing one as a new feature, but it is not looking like a great effort.
Agenda. It’s a pretty app, but my use has diminished since it doesn’t really play well with other apps with the kind of integration I want. Most of the updates in recent months are cosmetic tweaking so maybe the developers interest is diminishing too. I think it would be hard to sell customers on “why Agenda”.
Bear. I was a huge bear user for nearly a year. I’m not entirely sure what happened but it seems like I have much less to write down. On the occasion that I do need to write something down, I’ve been using Drafts on the iPhone and XiEditor on the mac