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I've just recently got an iPhone 4. Suddenly Omnifocus 'due' items keep appearing unrequested. Some of these are confidential and I do not want them being visible to whoever is near my phone at the time. I'm not aware I've switched anything on, therefore I can't see how to switch it off. Please help!
 
Go into Settings and turn off Show Alerts. That should stop them from appearing.
 
Settings on iPhone or setting in OmniFocus?
 
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Settings on iPhone or setting in OmniFocus?
OmniFocus.
 
Sorry if I'm being really stupid, but I can't find any reference to 'show alerts' in the OmniFocus settings on my phone. Please lead me to the right place!
 
Are you running the latest version for the iPhone? If so, there is a cluster of settings titled "Due Reminders." Turn those off.
 
Are we talking of the Settings that are accessed via the cog-like icon, bottom right? If so, there is nothing there called 'Due Reminders'. The iPhone's running OmniFocus 1.7 and iOS 4.0.1.
 
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Are we talking of the Settings that are accessed via the cog-like icon, bottom right?
Yes. Version 1.7.1 introduced settings to control the popup messages, and 1.7.2 was just released yesterday to fix an issue with older iPhone OS versions.

- OmniFocus for iPhone Forum: OmniFocus 1.7.2 for iPhone is now available
- OmniFocus for iPhone in the App Store

Last edited by ifonline; 2010-08-23 at 03:31 AM..
 
I've updated to 1.7.2 and I can now see 'Due Reminders'. Thanks very much for your help.
 
 


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