Posts Tagged ‘Outlook’

Webinar on using Outlook for GTD
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Webinar on using Outlook for GTD

This webinar is on the essentials of optimizing your GTD productivity with Outlook.

A Reverend shares how he implemented GTD
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A Reverend shares how he implemented GTD

Rev. Chip Granthan sent this letter along to the facilitator who led the GTD Public Seminar he attended in Atlanta. Chip was happy to have this shared with our GTD Times readers too. I’d been trying to find the tool to bring clarity to my situation and had stumbled upon the GTD Coordinator® that Staples […]

Should you create subprojects?
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Should you create subprojects?

A GTDer asked: I am using the GTD Outlook Add-In software. Should I create subprojects? Coach Kelly: I personally don’t use the subproject feature of software. For me, everything is just a Project. But if you do decide to use it, it can be a nice way to sort major components of a large project. […]

Organizing actions related to projects
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Organizing actions related to projects

Question: How did you organize your tasks? Am I suppose to have a main Projects category and corresponding action tasks categorized @home, @work, etc? David Allen: Yes, for me “Projects” is a category, just like the action lists of “Calls”, “At Computer” etc. They are simply flat lists, tied together with your review of the […]

Tips for BlackBerry Users on Outlook
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Tips for BlackBerry Users on Outlook

08/17/2010 – We now have a GTD & BlackBerry Setup Guide! Visit the David Allen Company store to get your copy. It’s loaded with tips, tricks and expert coaching advice of applying GTD to your BlackBerry. A pretty common question we get from BlackBerry users is how to integrate Outlook Tasks with their BlackBerry. For […]

OneNote and ActiveWords — Ferrari Fast
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OneNote and ActiveWords — Ferrari Fast

A Community Contribution from Ryan Oakley Whether you’re a proficient OneNote user or just started using it after reading my GTD and OneNote article posted on GTD Times it doesn’t take long to populate the software with a tonne of pages and a tonne of information (yes, I am Canadian). First, some definitions: MS Office […]

A project manager describes his GTD setup
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A project manager describes his GTD setup

Many of you enjoyed the GTD & OneNote article contributed by community member Ryan Oakley. Here’s another shout out for using Outlook & OneNote, from Ivar in Norway. I am writing to you to tell you how brilliant I think it is to use Microsoft Office OneNote in my GTD system. I’m from Norway and […]

GTD for Academics
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GTD for Academics

A Community Contribution by Aeon J. Skoble, PhD. He’s a Professor of Philosophy at Bridgewater State College. I know that David Allen is interested in seeing how people in different sorts of professions use GTD, so I offered to share my experiences applying the methodology in a world that’s generally regarded as a different one: […]

GTD & OneNote
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GTD & OneNote

This is a community contribution by Ryan Oakley. For me, GTD has always worked extremely well for those small(er) tasks and projects.  You know – those little things that used to fall through the cracks but, with the help of GTD, are now easily tracked and moved on until completed. These smaller projects don’t need […]

Tracking Projects
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Tracking Projects

Dear DavidCo: After working with the GTD system for quite awhile, I find tracking next actions in Outlook to be pretty easy.  The harder part is tracking projects.  Where do you do that and how do you move from the 10,000 ft. level to the runway? Wayne Pepper, a senior coach and presenter with David […]