Friday, June 15, 2007

GTD with OneNote - collected Links

Just a short post with the links to all my OneNote GTD series .

[Edit 21/6/07 - I have upgraded to Outlook 2007, I'm currently intergrating this into my system so stay tuned for developments]

Set up
Screen shots
Deferred Items
email and Outlook
Out and About


anuj said...


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Carl said...

Hi Rob - Great collection of how-to's. Thank you for sharing this! Just to contrast, information in my personal OneNote-GTD setup tends to flow the opposite way... I usually capture and store things in OneNote, then send actions & tasks to Outlook during the weekly review. I posted a description and some screen shots here if you're interested:


Nilesh said...

Fantastic inputs those…
I've been reading a lot of stuff on time management and improving productivity over the last couple of years and I've actually started writing a book on the subject :-)
I personally find the site pretty useful in scheduling reminders; even more so because of SMS alerts which you receive even when you are not at your desk. Its fantastic!
Keep the good stuff coming… :-)

Anonymous said...


I have created an online community site for OneNote fans at Come and join the conversation - read my blog, view or upload notebooks, join a discussion.

Loc said...

Very curious as to whether this is still working out for you? We've found a lot of GTD/Evernote abandoners - and wondering if the same is true for GTD/OneNote users.

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