A new post on using Keyboard Maestro & OmniFocus is up at UsingOmniFocus.com.
The Mac OS ecosystem allows for a number of programs to play well together. Recently, there have been several posts on using the very cool TextExpander along with OmniFocus. (Check out the “throw down” between MacSparky, Simplicity is Bliss, and A Better Mess to which I hope to add my own thoughts on TextExpander someday. The Better Mess link also mentions use of Keyboard Maestro.)
Keyboard Maestro is another program that brings some interesting possibilities to the table. Learn about using Keyboard Maestro to immediately call a desired perspective, even opening OmniFocus if needed, regardless of your presently active application:
Thanks for including me and I’m looking forward to your addition to the “throw down”.
I actually just got some help from the support ninjas at Omni that finally helped me overcome my biggest pain point with it: the lack of integration with Evernote. I should have a post on it next week with the Keyboard Maestro macro.
Awesome! I look forward!
Thanks for sharing another useful application. I’ll surely try to get Keyboard Maestro and share it with my colleagues too!
Providing us this kind of information is really a big help. I will definitely check this new apps. And i’m so excited to see what Keyboard Maestro can offer us. Thanks for sharing this to us.
I’ve used QuicKeys since pre OS X Mac days, and since it hasn’t been updated for a long time, am looking for an alternative (I own TextExpander, so I’m mainly in need of macro ability). Keyboard Maestro does seem to get mentioned a lot. Just checking if anyone has found anything better (iKey, etc.). thanks