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Hello!

I'm curious if it's possible to, when creating a "task", be able to create it as a large note with images?

Kind of like this:


I will be using OmniFocus for, among other things, project-planning. It really fits all my needs in other aspects but due to the nature of project-planning I can sometimes require to be able to explain a task better with an entire note/paper(and not just a simple description). So is this something OmniFocus can do? Or is it on the list of to-do's so that it will come in a later update?

Thanks :)
 
OmniFocus supports document attachments, and as long as it's a file type that iOS offers native support for (PDF/Text/most common image formats) OmniFocus can display that content in the app.

You could include that info as a PDF or similar; it doesn't really present the information in the same manner as whichever app that screenshot is from, though.
 
 


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