GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Series Links

January 19, 2011

Hey GTD’ers. I’ve had some feedback that it’s a bit difficult to navigate the GTD series posts on Outlook and OneNote. In an effort to simplify navigation, this post provides a table of contents for all posts in the series. Additional enhancements to each post have also been made, which give links to this table of contents post, and links to previous and next posts in the series. Ask and you shall receive!

Part 1: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Overview
Provides an overview of Outlook and OneNote 2010 and how they fit in the Getting Things Done methodology

Part 2: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Outlook Setup
Covers the setup and customization of Outlook 2010 for GTD

Part 3: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – OneNote Setup
Covers the setup and customization of OneNote 2010 for GTD

Part 4: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Collection
Details the capture and collection process of GTD, and to use OneNote to be the collection bucket for all things digital

Part 5: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Processing and Organizing Your Outlook Inbox
Applies the GTD processing and organizational principles to managing your Outlook Inbox

Part 6: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Processing and Organizing Your OneNote Inbox
Applies the GTD processing and organizational principles to managing your OneNote Inbox

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38 Responses to “GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 – Series Links”

  1. Niels Says:

    Much better, navigation is much easyer like this.
    Thanks a lot!!


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  5. Martin Castañeda Says:

    THANKS!

    This article just changed my life. =)

  6. Cornelis Kuit Says:

    Superb article!
    I do agree. OneNote most underestimated software, but really good.

  7. Sal Says:

    Can you convert your post: GTD with Outlook 2010 and OneNote 2010 into a printable handy PDF. :-)

  8. Jason Says:

    Excellent Article, this will definately help me out greatly. What are your thoughts about setting this up and saving it to skydrive?

  9. Getahun Says:

    Thanks for this easy to read but effective series of articles. Just finished setting up and started using it today. I used PlanPlus on and off for sometime. But I couldn’t sustain it. It feels like I finally got something I will get used to.


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  11. [...] So. I’ve reached my Evernote limit (can’t upload any more notes, tho you can edit existing notes as long as you don’t change the notebook the note is in), but I still have stuff to clip and note (believe it or not), so, what on earth can I do? Well, obviously, the answer is to try out OneNote which was so interestingly written about over here. [...]


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  14. Fraser Howe Says:

    I am using MS Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2010. A few months ago I started using OneNote and am now using constatntly. I uust found your series on GTD and will try to use many of your suggestions.
    I want to link a OneNote page to a BCM Opportunity. I think it would be a “history” item however, the only choices in BCM are:
    Business Note (text); Phone Log; Task or File. The first three create Outlook BCM items. With File I can link to a OneNote Notebook – but I only want to link to a single page. While I can save the page as a Word doc, I would like to have a live link so I can add to the Note.

    • Michael Wheatfill Says:

      Interesting Fraser, I haven’t used BCM, otherwise I’d jump in and see if there are any workarounds. Thanks for reading!

  15. Mark Says:

    Great stuff. Put into place, 4 weeks ago after reading the articles. Never felt so in control of my mail and the actions. Applied all elements. Really beneficial. Thankyou for sharing you ideas. You have made a difference in my life. Australia.

  16. Francois Says:

    I have just printed everything. It looks terrific! I hope to be able to start using Outlook and Onenote this way soon.
    Thanks a lot!


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  18. Toddler Says:

    To you have any tips on how to optimize desktop and inbox search so you can find archived information easier across your filesystem, Inbox, and Onenote?


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  20. Laure Says:

    Thanks so much for your series of articles on using OneNote as well as Outlook for GTD. I love OneNote, but hadn’t really thought there was a way to integrate it with GTD without Outlook…and you showed me that I didn’t have to give up one to get the other. Really appreciate all your screen shots.

  21. Scott Says:

    Michael, these blog posts are simply amazing! I have always struggled to balance everything in my life. No longer. The way you integrate GTD into Outlook and OneNote (my two favorite programs of all time!) is remarkable.

    I can only imagine how on top of things I will be one month from now!.

    Thank you so very much.

    -Scott

  22. jinkim45 Says:

    곰아저씨 지식창고에서 이 항목을 퍼감댓글:
    아웃룩, 원노트를 사용하여 GTD- Get things done 을 사용하는 방법을 설명 해 놓은 포스트가 있어서 가지고 옵니다.
    GTD는 업무처리를 효율적으로 할 수 있도록 도와 주는 업무방식(Method)입니다. 이메일 정리, 할일 정리가 안되시는 분은 한 번 고려 해보세요.


  23. Hello Michael,

    so do you still use the Outlook+OneNote system or have you switched to anything different?

    I was wondering what are your tags in OneNote, cannot see them all inn the screenshots.

  24. Leslie Ayre-Jaschke Says:

    Thanks very much for these articles–I wish I’d discovered them in 2010! I’ve done GTD for a long time, have dabbled with OneNote, but never connected the two. Evernote is OK for some things, but I don’t enjoy working in it. This series of articles has given me a lot of insights into working with OneNote and Outlook. The time you took to share this is so appreciated.


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  27. Alex Says:

    Just Curious, will you update this to Office 2013 too?


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