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Hello there ! I'm starting to use Omnifocus and I might have missed it, but I don't see a way to make pre-defined templates for my new projects.

Many of the projects I follow share a common format. SuperProject A has such and such task to be completed sequentially, and when SuperProject B comes in, I'd like to just select "SuperProject" in a templates list at creation time and find automagically most of the tasks pre-defined. Of course, I might then have to add, delete or tweak a couple, but most of my new project's architecture will be already there.

So far, I'm duplicating projects to achieve the same effect, but this has many drawbacks (need to have a similar project up to duplicate, notes within a task will be duplicated while they are not relevant to the new project, etc...).

Did I miss something, or should I go in the "features requests" thread ? :)

Thanks

J75.
 
 


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