Categories | Getting Things Done | Implementation | Software
The better you are at using a tool, and the more you love the tools you use, the more effective they will be for your GTD system. David Allen has said time and time again, learn at least the basic speed keys for the tools you use the most, so the tool is not slowing you down.
For those of you on Gmail, here’s a handy guide from Google for getting the most out of Gmail. A few years ago, (before Tasks was added to Gmail), our coaches were working quite a bit with a client on Gmail and wrote this free article on using Gmail as a list manager. For all of the GTD Setup Guides, click here.
One of the best tricks for enhancing your personal productivity is having organizing tools that you love to use. – David Allen