GTD Online – Things To Consider, Things To Do

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After my last post about my online gtd system and my first post about how to best implement GTD online, I’ve had quite a few questions about how I do GTD online. Since I first started looking for a way to organize myself online and move all my stuff online a lot has changed. When I first started looking for an online GTD implementation, all there was was basecamp, backpackit, and RTM, and a few other small task list sites. Nothing was designed around the GTD framework. Nothing even let you implement the GTD framework correctly by fudging categories or tags or anything.

Since then, tracks was built and released as an open source system built solely around GTD, and a few other systems have come out that make implementing the Getting Things Done philosophy online really simple.

I’m writing this in hopes that it will

1. make it easier for people to figure out how to implement the GTD philosophy online

2. influence developers of online GTD implementations to make their systems more robust.

Right now there isn’t a perfect system. A few come close, and I think will be right there really soon.

So, here are a few things to consider:

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