OneNote and GTD

I recently was passed a blog that I thought might interest some of you about how to use OneNote as part of a Getting Things Done system.

Check it out:

If you are interested in how to use Outlook and OneNote together, check out Olya's Post.


Comments (4)

  1. rob says:

    Glad you found the series interesting. I’ve finally got round to getting a copy of outlook 2007 and am beginning to integrate it into my system – the way these two programs compliment each other is excellent and my OneNote GTD setup is undergoing a final few tweaks to leverage this. Olya’s post has been a great help.

  2. Stacia says:

    See also "Get things done with OneNote" on Office Online.

    The article was originally written for OneNote 2003, but can be easily applied to OneNote 2007 as well.

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  4. Carl says:

    Hi Melissa,

    I have a bit of a different way of employing OneNote 2007 in my "GTD system".  I posted the details (along with screen shots) here:

    It works great for me!


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