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Getting Things Done®
So tell me about this OneNote thing already
Some cool features of Microsoft OneNote
Create the notebook and its sections
Create some tags to help manage your work
Figure 8:
Create a desktop shortcut for the TODAY section
Change some default destinations
Setup complete
Figuring out what to do next
Reviewing and Organizing
Daily Review
Final Thoughts
Advanced Topics
Creating Subpages in OneNote
Prioritizing Your Work
Screen Capture
Use Links. A Lot
Avoid Common Pitfalls
Generating a Daily or Weekly Status Report
Someday/Maybe Items
About the Author
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Managing Your Work With Microsoft OneNote GTD v2

Managing Your Work With Microsoft OneNote GTD v2



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You never really mention your section for support material. What do you use that for? Also, when writing for example meeting notes for a project I keep that in my TODAY section as I write them but once done, where do you file them? As a subpage to the project OR does that end up in Support Files? Please clarify where and why. Great guide!!
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