Categories | Getting Things Done | GTD Toolbox | Implementation | Software
Evernote’s popularity as a list manager is growing fast. Here’s our brand-new setup guide with the best practices on how to use Evernote for GTD. You can get more information about the GTD and Evernote Setup Guide, including a free sample of the guide, here. It’s available in Windows and Mac versions.
The focus with this Guide is to show you how to use Evernote for your GTD workflow. Many people think of Evernote as a tool for storing your non-actionable reference information, but we have found it to also be useful (and fun!) for managing the actionable things as well. This Guide will focus on configuring and populating Evernote for your Project lists and plans, Next Actions lists, and Reference.
If you are new to Evernote, this Guide is an excellent starting point for you to build a solid GTD foundation for optimizing your productivity using the built-in features. If you already have an established system in Evernote, use this Guide as an opportunity to fine-tune or simplify, if you have found you’ve underused or overbuilt your setup.