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I have been using the app called 2Do, I am thinking of switching to OmniFocus on iPhone and maybe on the Mac.

Any suggestions on how to enter the tasks so that I bring them over in an manner that would facilitate getting them done vs just a blob of tasks.

I want to get started right

Thanks,

Steve
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Can you get the tasks out of 2Do?

OmniGroup says you should be able to do this by using OmniOutliner's two week trial as the step between.
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Thanks for the Tip. I was looking more for advice on how to set up OmniFocus so that I do not bring all of the tasks over as a blob, rather in an organized manner.

Thanks,

Steve
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That's the point of using OmniOutliner for this. If you can export the data from 2Do in cvs or tab delimited manner OmniOutliner accepts that in nice order and then you can export out of it and into OmniFocus.
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