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OmniFocus 3.2

The Omni Group has released OmniFocus 3.2, adding background notifications in macOS 10.14 Mojave (see“OmniFocus 3: What’s New and What’s Blue in Task Management,” 17 January 2019). The feature emulates the notification types in OmniFocus for iOS, and Due, Deferred, and Latest Start notifications can be made the default for all items via OmniFocus Preferences; you can configure notifications for specific items in the Notifications Inspector. The task management app also brings back support for configuring a repeat using an interval specified in minutes, fixes a bug where actions would disappear from “Entire Projects” custom perspectives, resolves a crash related to the Today Widget, and adds recovery instructions when data on the server is encrypted with an unknown key. ($39.99 new for Standard and $79.99 for Pro from the Omni Group Web site, $39.99 for Standard from the Mac App Store with an in-app purchase option to upgrade to Pro, upgrade pricing available from previous versions, 33.9 MB, release notes, 10.13+)

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