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Hi Evernote and GTD lovers, I'm Karol, the CEO of OneMln, the developer of www.everdo.it I've started this thread as we will soon be launching our 2do and calendar app that synchronizes with Evernote. It reads your notes and allows to process them in EverDo.it. EverDo.it allows creating tasks / events out of notes or part of them. It also allows you to put an event / task to your calendar. The iPad version will be available this month. iPhone and Android in January and February. So to sum it up - EverDo.it adds the GTD experience to Evernote :-) You're all invited to comment on our GTD app for Evernote lovers Would really appreciate your feedback! What kind of features would you expect? What are your wishes? Regards, Karol
Sorry for the long post but I need help from gurus like y'all. I am shockingly organized at work - I am an IT Agile/Scrum Project Manager. I can manage the data, next steps, and resources for multiple different. But I cannot organize information on my own hobbies. It's sad, really. I usually have 10-20 interests that I bounce between (I am an ADD poster child). For example, over the course of 2013 I was interested in: Bible history research Ancinet history Container gardening Tips to write a novel Agile project methodology Must read fiction Productivity tips Vacation spots Research to build a new PC I'd like to be able to capture data as I go (Evernote's strength). Then If I lose interest in a topic for a year I can come back and pick up where I left off. I'd envision some kind of to-do list for each interest so I can see what I wanted to do next in the area, notes, images, articles, etc. I use Evernote extensively and understand how to use tags, notebooks, sub-notebooks, and keyword search (I am a Premium sub so I can search anything). But I just cannot get an organization structure that works. I need the right combination of Notebook, tag, and note hierarchy and org to make it all click. Thanks for any tips or advice. We can call this "Even people with ADD can be organized with Evernote."
I'm the CEO of Octonius(company in incorporation) and I think this is the best place to talk about integrating Evernote into a productivity app. Octonius is intended to be your personal pocket assistant, a smart app that helps you accomplish your daily activities in a personalised way, closer to your life habits. The app is going to launch - end of february or early march. You can sign up on our page in order to be announced when we launch. I love to talk more about it, give early access to the app for those really interested in a smarter way to be productive - at work or personal life. I think the best way do describe it is: Life is about creating and sharing ideas. Keep in touch with everyone you care in a beautiful social experience. Work and share ideas together in a smart way. I believe that we can be more productive by rethinking the way we understand "activities". Everything we do in life is related to some people and some tasks / files / notes etc. So I can assume (ergo) that an Activity is composed by 2 elements: people / contacts things to do / tasks / projects Why? Because it’s very easy to think like that: I do something FOR somebody I do something WITH somebody The best productivity app for me is the one that brings together my contacts and my files, but with a lot of meaningful actions and functionalities. This is why I decided to create Octonius. A great looking iOS app, carefully crafted with love and with one concept in mind: Keep close to your contacts, by having their latest status updates from social networks right in front of me (without the need to jump to FB app all the time just to check a status update) - and make it easy to collaborate /work with these contacts in my Evernote notebooks / notes. I am building some smart sorting options, that will allow you to see, for instance: the most important contacts for this week are Y. X, Z - because you work intensively this week on a Notebook / project your most important contacts are put in the top of the list because you contact them frequently etc etc. I love to have a beautiful address book app, able to save my contacts in Evernote, able to share and see shared and updated notes from Evernote, able to check what friends updated their Facebook or Twitter status without leaving the app... And the list goes on. I will put here some screens from the app, starting with the dashboard.