Sending OmniFocus done tasks to DayOne

Posted on by Mike Evans

What tasks did you complete on February 27, 2012? If you are an OmniFocus nut, as many of us are, wouldn’t it be nice to keep a list, day by day, of everything we complete? And where better to store this list than in the much-appreciated journalling app, DayOne?

When I heard from Brett Terpstra that his TaskPaper-to-DayOne script had been converted to work with DayOne, I was immediately intrigued. Jered Benoit at github:gist is the author of this version of Brett’s original script. If you, like me, are sold on keeping records, you will love it.

DayOne update: I am now on Day 233 of working in DayOne. After a lifetime of paper diaries, journals and countless computer programs, this is the first time I have ever managed to keep up a resolution beyond January 10. DayOne is on all my devices, it reminds me to write a few words and it has absolutely no frills or distractions. As a result, I haven’t missed a day. When I get to Day 365 I will write a full review of the year with DayOne.

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