GTD Setup Guides

Date: Monday, June 11, 2018 by GTD Times Staff

Hello GTD practitioners! We wanted to give you an update on the current GTD Setup Guides available and what’s in our queue for development. If you’re new to these guides, they are the official GTD software setup guides from the David Allen Company to give you step-by-step coaching on applying GTD to some of the best software tools out there.

We currently have GTD Setup Guides for:

OmniFocus 2
Outlook for Windows
OneNote for Windows
Evernote for Windows
Evernote for Mac
Lotus Notes
Google Apps for Desktop
Google Apps for Android

You can see samples of the Guides and purchase them here.

On our current projects list or on our list for future development:

Things for Mac desktop (coming soon!)
Microsoft To-Do

What are we missing? What Guide should we write next? (No promises, as every tool has to pass our rigorous vetting process, but we’re always open to suggestions!)



17 Responses to “GTD Setup Guides”

  1. Scott McDonald says:

    “What Guide should we write next?”

    Things for Mac desktop, please :-).

  2. GTD Times Staff says:

    Coming soon Scott!

  3. Jim says:

    A guide for Notion, http://WWW.Notion.SO would be terrific!

  4. kirsten says:

    Bison Connect(Gmail) for NPS employees

  5. Katlego says:

    Hi, Things 3 for iPhone unless if the guide for Mac will be the same for the iPhone.

  6. George says:

    Toodledo, which is an excellent online task and notes manager (and better than Todoist, by the way)

  7. Neville says:

    A guide for Remember the Milk would be great. It’s a neat software package.

  8. Jamie Wyatt says:

    A guide for ClickUp would be most helpful.

  9. M says:

    Signal boost for Asana (before Nirvana?) please! 🙂

  10. Jay says:

    Please +1 for Clickup it’s the best ever.

  11. Amy says:

    Also eager for Asana guide!

  12. anton says:

    +1 for CLickUp, it seems very powerfull!

  13. Ben says:

    My vote is for Asana because it’s incredibly popular yet there is nothing all that helpful floating around on the web as far as recommended best practices.

  14. Oliver Novakovic says:

    Is there going to be a remember the milk guide ?

  15. GTD Times Staff says:

    Hi Oliver. It’s on the list for consideration, but not a frontrunner given the small number of users.

  16. Patrick says:

    Notion is blowing up right now. It’s a wonderful collaboration tool and I thing it has the power to bridge the gap between individual productivity systems and team collaboration.

  17. Matthew Chisolm says:

    Also, very interested in seeing guidance on ClickUp!

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