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Folders - dropped but can't put them on hold? Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Just wondering why I can 'drop' a folder, but not put it (and it's contents) on hold. I know it's just semantics, but wondered why.
 
Guess no one ever thought this before?
 
OmniFocus 2 will allow you to mark folders as On Hold or Completed, just as you can do with projects. (It will also let you assign those states to individual actions.)

(In fact, it already does do this. But we still have a lot of other work to do on OmniFocus 2, so it won't be shipping until sometime in 2010.)

Last edited by Brian; 2009-09-23 at 03:44 PM.. Reason: correct typo.
 
Is 'on hold for individual actions' going to be the way we mark actions 'in progress' or will there be another state?
 
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Originally Posted by Ken Case View Post
(In fact, it already does do this. But we still have a lot of other work to do on OmniFocus 2, so it won't be shipping until sometime in 2010.)
Ooooh! OmniFocus 2 already does stuff! Can't wait for sneaky peaks of that!
 
 


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