After a bit of a bumpy switch from .me to iCloud I noticed that Omnifocus so far does not support iCloud-calendars but only local ones once again. I'm pretty sure, you'll fix this, as this basically would open a nice door to «fusion» OmniFocus and the iOS-Reminders, which can be used with any given iCloud-Calendar. As I use iCal with «Alarms», this would be a pretty nice way of quickly entering stuff and edit it later in Alarms and/or Omnifocus.
Btw, I replaced by mobileme-Omnifocus-calendar with a local one, and ever since that whenever I change an event in Alarms/ical I get a sync-problem message in Omni when I try to sync iCal now. Never had that before - can I switch that off, so that Omni accepts changes from iCal without nagging me again?
A real iCloud-Sync-option would be nice, but isn't that much of a priority for me, as Omnisync works really fine. The only thing to improve here - and learn from iCloud - is auto sync, even if it is optional so some users can switch it off. I'd really prefer a simple automatic update between the Omnifocus-Devices and, if possible (at least on the desktop machine(s)), to iCal.
(To clarify my workflow:
I enter To-Dos in Omnifocus on two desktop machines, iPad and iPhone.
I sync them with iCal
iCal syncs with the wonderful Alarms, which has a nice GUI and allows me to fine-tune/granulate my tasks in a very graphical interface for the day, push tasks to another day and so on.
Alarms syncs back to iCal
iCal back to Omni.
Omni - alas manually - to the other devices.
So, even with a lot of «sync» buttons pressed, this works pretty well.
BUT it would be much smoother with Auto-Sync between all iDevices and with an automated or at least semi-automatic, regular iCal Sync without conflict messages. And it would be great if it would work with icloud-calendars, as this would allow me to use reminders and Siri as a quick-entry-tool).
Last edited by HDSchellnack; 2011-10-16 at 10:03 PM..