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Most of the time pen and paper works best because its fast. If I am brainstorming or taking notes at a meeting I will always work with pen and paper and then translate the notes into my digital system. Pen and paper however are not always practical to carry. I am very comfortable with texting so I usually try to enter into a note taking app that I wrote for ...


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Indeed, it is very important to be able to note ideas and tasks quickly and then directly return back to the thing you are working on to avoid breaking flow and concentration. The crucial thing with all kinds of these notes is: you have to review them later (on short term!). Thus, it makes sense to reduce the "inboxes" for such notes to a minimum and make ...


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The key to not breaking your flow is being able to jot the to-do as quickly/easily as possible. This involves a two-step capture (in the spirit of Getting Things Done). Keep capture options at the ready anywhere you are normally -- a post-it note on the back of your phone, a post-it on your desk, etc. When you have an idea, write the absolute least you can ...


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On My PC (Windows + AutoHotkey) Most of the times I need to capture a task, I’m working on my computer at my desk. I use AutoHotkey and have written several scripts for myself that save me tons of time. If you don't have any interest in programming, you might also need or want to make use of Pulover’s Macro Creator. If you just want to jot a quick note, ...



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