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Vineyard Paul

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  1. 17 minutes ago, tavor said:

    Does Todoist act as your digital filing cabinet as well, or do you integrate Todoist with Evernote for that function?

    Both separated now. No need to link them for me.

    Todoist is only for task management

    EN is only digital storage but used very little now

    I have integrated Google Drive to Todoist, as I am using this a lot more for digital storage and documents. (You can also put URL's into Todist, so could link to EN docs that way)

  2. 39 minutes ago, tavor said:

    I presume you were attracted to TSW by the idea of keeping task mgmt and info storage/retrieval in the same app. What made you decide to split those functions across separate (but with integrations) apps?

     

    I was attracted to TSW for GTD. I felt like I spent too much time managing tasks instead of doing tasks.

    Todoist is simple, easy, but less powerful, but does everything I need (easy capture of tasks with Chrome extension and Android easy add widget, Now/Next/Later taken care of with P1/P2/P3, projects to compartmentalise into different focuses). I feel like it is more fit for purpose for my needs...

     

     

  3. 23 hours ago, DTLow said:

    There were good points in each.

    One thing missing in TSW is making use of Evernote's Reminder feature.

    For me, this replaces the Now tag.  I use a shortcut pointing to a saved search that identifies all current tasks identified by reminder date.

    I use a calendar (Google) for reminder and other dates. 

    I thought the GTD method was to separate the two (dates live in a calendar, tasks live in a list)? I could be wrong

     

    Works for me :)

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