Originally Posted by gopi
iPhone apps tend to have a tree like structure with very deep leaves. You need to drill down before you can do something. OmniFocus on the desktop is very flat.
Thanks, Gopi, you've just summed up the biggest problem I have with OF on my iPhone. I'm never near my Mac so a mobile app is essential for me, but I struggle so much with OmniFocus because everything is hidden down the far end of tree branches.
I'm hoping OF for iPad will give me a look at the whole tree like the desktop app does.
Similarly, I hope we'll be able to input stuff as fast as on the desktop, rather than having to basically open a dialog for each item. No good for brainstorming, so I end up having to use the Notes app and then transcribe it all in.