Obachecka92 0 Posted August 11, 2013 Share Posted August 11, 2013 Hello I've just started to implement a GTD structure into Evernote. As I never used the GTD system before, it's kind of hard for me to set up a tag structure that fits to my workflow. Till now, I've created an inbox notebook and two notebooks in a GTD stack, named them "Action" (for actions need to be done) and "Archive" (for completed tasks). For my reference material/filing cabinet I created a stack with some notebooks for the different contents. You can see my set up here: For now I've got the most problems with tagging my reference material in a smart way. For example: I've got a task that needs to be done tomorrow at work together with Dennis. To tag the task is no problem. But the question is: how do I have to tag the reference material belonging to that certain task? I have no idea to get a good structure here.. How do you tag your reference material? Another point ist, that my ".What" section does not really apply to my workflow. I'm not sure if it would be clever to fill up the what section with different projects or like i saw it in a GTD example with different kinds of actions (call, write, buy, errands, ...). Maybe you've got an idea for me? Please tell me, if you know how I could improve my set up for GTD. Thank you! And sorry for my english skills, they need to be improved too. Could be a new task for me Link to comment
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