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Roué

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  1. I wanted to go down to a single notebook, since everything in my implementation receives at least one tag I created a saved search called "INBOX" with the following criteria: -tag:* In the morning when I do my quick daily review I just click on the INBOX link I dragged to my shortcut bar, process the accumulated notes and off I go. I wanted originally to auto-tag new notes with "inbox" but there seemed no way to do it. In the end I am liking how it worked out
  2. I wondered if I wanted to extend the who, what , where structure with a .why but it is an extra tagging step that, so far for me, hasn't been needed. If I need to state a "why" it becomes part of the note "do such and such a thing so that this matches that" no need to go through an extra tag step.
  3. I have based my En + GTD system on TSW (The Secret Weapon) and am very happy with the result. In support of Grumpy I have simplified the structure a bit. (Just one Notebook) but the who, what, where, when format makes good sense to me. I have spent some time on their forum and can say that A) I hate their forum software, but They just want to share what is working for them as a group. The majority of their company uses the system. EN + GTD is intensely personal, any pre-made structure you pick up needs modifications to "work for you". I started with Dan Gold's structure, found TSW and now I have a hybrid design that I really like. I would love to see TSW gain some traction and become popular because it deserves it. Don't worry, nothing fishey going on they just love the system.
  4. I love the idea of no tags, not a lot of notebooks but for me, I don't want to type that much. Especially when on my tablet or phone. This is where tags help a lot.
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