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SFisher

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  1. The new outlook clipper is definitely an improvement. It is significantly faster than before especially with emails with large attachments. I also really like the ability to sync the email without the attachment. It appears that you can only do this when syncing a single email as opposed to syncing a group of emails. I have been waiting for this feature for years.
  2. There is Cloud Outliner in the Trunk. I have not used it yet but have been thinking about it. It says it is for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
  3. I started with Evernote and TSW in January of this year and like it very much for GTD. Around June of this year I stumbled on the private beta of Zendone and I am now totally hooked. Zendone is still in beta but it is very functional. You can request and invitation and they will set up an account for you. Basically, I forward all my emails to my default notebook in Evernote. That default notebook is tied to my "Zendone" account. In Zendone my Inbox shows everything that is in my Evernote default notebook. From Zendone I can make an item an "action" with due dates, etc. If it is not an action I send it back to Evernote for record keeping. It never really leaves Evernote, Zendone just uses some additional tags. Once an "action" is completed it leaves Zendone and remains only in Evernote. You can also create actions directly in Zendone. For me, most of my "actions" come from emails. Eventually it is my understanding that Zendone offer a premium account with a monthly fee, but right now it is free since it is still in beta. I would recommend that you go over to their website, www.zendone.com and check it out. Stephen
  4. Akylax I use Evernote in exactly the same way you cite. I have a set of notebooks/tags for my reference material. I also have a set of tags for my pseudo "GTD" system. My company uses Outlook for our email so every couple of days I select all the emails I have received and use the add-in to "Add to Evernote". I move those emails to an archive folder in Outlook so I still have access to them if I need them. Ta-dah !! my inbox is empty !! The work may not be done but at least I don't have 500 emails staring me in the face . All the emails I send to Evernote then get processed as "Next Actions." This works great because most of my "to do" items come from my emails. The psuedo "GTD" tag structure I use is based on the examples given on www.thesecretweapon.org which I have found as a good starting point. I have made some modifications as I continue to use evernote. I started at the begining of this year using Evernote this way and five months later I am very happy with it.
  5. I use Outlook 2007 and the "add to Evernote" works well most of the time. On occasion is "disappears." At that point I close done Outlook and open it and the button comes back. It's a little annoying but it doesn't happen often.
  6. May I am interested in reading you PDF but the link is not working. Could you check to see if it is still active? Thanks
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