This is the 4th part of my GTD with OneNote series - see Parts 1 set up, 2 Collect, 3 Process.
By this stage I have all my actionable items tagged, either by context or as a project. Each project is hyperlinked from the Today page so I then work through this page to review each one in turn.
Each Project has its own page in OneNote and it's here I can brainstorm and plan how I will achieve the successful completion of the project. Once the steps I need to take have been clarified I can tag the next action needed with the appropriate context. This helps keep all next actions linked to a project and also allows me to be sure that all projects have a next action. I can then repeat this for each new project I have a hyperlink for on the Today page.
At the end of the day once organising is finished I move the Today page to the Current Month Section in OneNote.
I can now use the power of OneNote's tags to check on all my next actions and projects.
By grouping by tag name I can see a list of next actions by context and a list of current projects.
By grouping by Title I have a list of all my Projects with their next actions listed within each project, again a nice way of linking NAs to Projects.