I have some success using gmail inbox as my primary GTD inbox. One glitch however is that it takes a lot of steps to send email to myself, which I want to do to clear my head. Right now I do this in ...
Currently, I am (successfully) cleaning out my GMail account, but while having achieved "Inbox Zero" (but not "0 Actionables"), my subfolders / labels are still overflowing. One issue I have: I was ...
Does GTD, or any other agile/time-management method give an advice/best practice about when to reply e-mails? I am talking about typical e-mails, which requires some work to be done (1 hour+). It is ...
I see a lot of people use the standard task application in their e-mail client. This forces you to keep e-mail open all day long, looking over what to do next multiple times a day. Side effect is that ...
Getting Things Done (GTD) recommends using a tickler file for things that aren't immediately actionable but should be dealt with at some point in the future. How can the equivalent be done with ...
I want to use Outlook folders to implement GTD so that I don't have to use a separate program. How can I set up Outlook folders to be GTD lists?
How should emails fit into a Getting Things Done (GTD) system? Should each actionable email be copied into the GTD system? Should the email account keep a duplicate set of GTD "lists"? Or some other ...