Categories | Getting Started | Getting Things Done | Implementation
Much as people malign Microsoft, there are still plenty of people that couldn’t live without some of the software cooked up by the company. Most especially Outlook – which in spite of its many usability issues is still by far the most popular email client and calendaring application on the planet.
Many GTD’ers have lamented the lack of good “how to” information with respect to using Outlook as the centerpiece or even just as one of the core components of a GTD system. Well, Rob who blogs at 7 Breaths has come to the rescue (at least partially) with a very useful post about using Outlook and OneNote 2007 as part of a GTD system.
Rob has a number of other GTD related posts on his site beside this one – it is certainly well worth a look especially if you’re strugging to find a good way to implement GTD using Microsoft products.