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  • GTD and a Treo 755p

    Anyone using a GTD system on their Treo755p with the palm desktop software? I'm curious as to how you're utilizing it.
    Last edited by jarvek7; 09-06-2009, 02:20 PM. Reason: my crappy spelling!!

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    Palm desktop GTD

    Jarvek,

    Kelly Forrister who is responsible for overseeing the content of Connect used to be a heavy palm desktop user with GTD. If you do a search on her posts you may get some insights. She has also mentioned her system in several podcasts.

    She has migrated from the Palm platform to their company's Lotus notes system recently.

    There is also a white paper on setting up a palm system here:

    https://secure.davidco.com/connect/w...load.php?id=22

    Joe

    PS. Some of the content is only available to connect members, unfortnately.
    Last edited by linuxgeek99; 09-06-2009, 04:56 PM. Reason: post was on the public forum, not on members

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jarvek7 View Post
      Anyone using a GTD system on their Treo755p with the palm desktop software? I'm curious as to how you're utilizing it.
      Palm Treo 755p but using Mac OS X with iCal, Apple Address book, Missing Synch, Yojimbo and Omnifocus for my desktop stuff. I migrated off Palm Desktop quite a while ago. Some glitches,but it works fairly well.

      However, I am considering a new cell phone when my contract expires in November...

      Palm Desktop on the mac side just got too flakey and didn't do the GTD stuff I wanted so I searched for a better solution. Tried and initially loved LifeBalance, but the GTD system fell apart when I had some personal health issues and it got impossible to review effectively. Switched to OF and have managed ot make it through several crises so far and system is intact so I think it's working.

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        I gave up on Palm a long time ago when they started moving to smart phones. The last completely Palm PDA I had, it was very flakey and just didn't work so intuitively.

        I'm anxiously looking forward to seeing if Apple refreshes the IPod Touch, including a camera. If so, that will be great and will serve as a PDA (yes, I want to get that OF iphone version).

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