Filled Style New

These fit in well with the built-in custom perspective icons, and will work well on the soon-to-be-released OmniFocus 3 for Mac.

Rounded Rectangle Style

These match up stylistically with the built-in perspectives on iOS.

Mac Installation

Note that the above video was taken with a beta version of OmniFocus 3. It should be representative of the process, however.

  1. If you haven’t already, purchase the Pro upgrade. Pro is required to use custom perspectives.
  2. In the Menu, go to Perspectives > Show Perspectives
  3. Click on the Perspective you want to edit, or add a new one. (Note that you cannot change the icons for Inbox, Projects, Tags, Forecast, Flagged, or Review).
  4. Drag the icon you want to use from this site to the icon picker.
  5. If you would also like the text color to match the icon, click the arrow in the bottom right of the icon picker and make your choice.

iOS Installation

OmniFocus 3 for iOS for the first time allows custom perspective icons to be chosen from a user’s photo library. Follow these steps:

  1. If you haven’t already, purchase the Pro upgrade. Pro is required to use custom perspectives.
  2. On this site, choose the colors and icons you would like to use. To save an icon to your photo library, tap and hold the icon, and then choose Save Image.
  3. Click on the Perspective you want to edit, or add a new one. (Note that you cannot change the icons for Inbox, Projects, Tags, Forecast, Flagged, Nearby, or Review).
  4. In the perspective editor, tap the icon next to the perspective name, scroll down and hit Custom. Choose an icon from your photo library.
  5. Alternatively, on the iPad in Split View, icons from this site can be dragged to anywhere on the perspective editor.
  6. If you would also like the text color to match the icon, tap Color in the top right of the view, and make your choice.