Hey GTD’ers. Last year I wrote a series of articles on the Getting Things Done methodology using Outlook and OneNote 2010. Since then I haven’t written any follow-ups. So my question to you readers is…

WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE NEXT?

I’d love to hear your feedback. Feel free to leave a comment or send me an email.

Thanks for reading!

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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