Wow, interesting, it sure does seem to suggest that! But I'm pretty sure that's not what I would have said—particularly not calling it "OmniFocus 2" (since, again, we haven't even decided yet whether to call it that or something else). I believe I simply said we were busy working on some major updates to OmniFocus—much like I did in my “iPad or Bust” roadmap update
We're planning some major updates to OmniFocus for Mac, polishing up its user experience to match the ease of use and aesthetics of the iPad edition, adding the Forecast and Review modes which we introduced in the iPad app, and adding support for syncing projects with OmniPlan.
Back in January I was hoping we'd finish this work before the end of the year, and it's possible I said something to that effect at Macworld. But as I noted at the beginning of my first “iPad or Bust” post
, our plans change over time
—so please don't rely on things happening according to any particular snapshot of those plans.
Our plans definitely did change quite a bit this year, bringing Forecast
, Calendar Integration
, and Location Reminders
to the iPhone app (in v1.10, v1.11, and v1.12); Calendar Integration
and Location Reminders
to the iPad app (in v1.3 and v1.4); and support for the Omni Sync Server
, Lion compatibility
, and Lion Full Screen support
to the Mac app (in v1.9, v1.9.1, v1.9.2, and v1.9.3). I'd love to have Forecast on the Mac right now, of course, but I have no regrets about any of the other things we ended up doing instead.