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iPad® Productivity - How to get efficient with your iPad, Evernote® and GTD®
 
 

iPad® Productivity - How to get efficient with your iPad, Evernote® and GTD® [Kindle Edition]

Christopher Lee
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You have your iPad, now what? You could continue to use your tablet as an excellent web surfing tool. You could also use it to play one of the many, many games out on the App Store. Or, you could simply turn it over to your spouse or your kid(s) for their enjoyment. I suggest a different path, a path that will keep your iPad in your own hands, at work…a path that will put you on a road towards increased productivity!

What follows are some of the apps and processes that have helped me on my own productivity journey. Please give some or all of them a try and let me know how they may have helped you!
Happy tapping and swiping!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 577 KB
  • Print Length: 55 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tabletproductive; 3 edition (28 Dec 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AUHY3BA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,415 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as I hoped 2 Aug 2013
By A. Aldred VINE VOICE
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Bit heavy going, or I was not in the right frame of mind to read it. May give it another go come winter.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Instructions that sound like a friend helping... 15 Jan 2013
By Joe14NY - Published on Amazon.com
I'm working mostly on my iPad these days instead of my iBook. Evernote has seemed like the way to go to streamline making order of my folders & files, but I needed a little more help than basic instructions. This book is just what I needed. I like Christopher Lee's voice. It sounds like a friend helping me figure something out. He did a lot of research for apps that work with Evernote as well as links to more articles and information about using Evernote. If you want a book to help understand using Evernote on a comfortable level, but don't want to read an entire manual, I highly recommend this.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars How to become more productive with your iPad has never been easier! 22 Jan 2013
By Daniel Gold - Published on Amazon.com
The book starts off with a wonderful prefatory comment: "Consider this eBook as a good starting point in your own productivity experiment. Try the suggestions I make here and then branch out on your own with new apps and processes. I only hope that this book provides you enough confidence to strike out on your own iPad-guided journey!" Chris' straightforward layman's approach to using the iPad was refreshing. He offers up real world advice and stories as to how he has used certain apps, keyboards, and styli on the iPad to get things done. In the book, he talks about apps such as Evernote and apps that follow David Allen's Getting Things Done's (GTD) 5 stages of productivity. I definitely learned a couple of things here myself such as how to write blog posts on the iPad with either Blogsy or QuickOffice Pro HD. I didn't know about the integration between it and Evernote. "QuickOffice can access your Evernote Notebooks as individual folders. This means that if you store your files in Evernote, you can access and edit them directly from QuickOffice without detaching/re-attaching or "opening-in" from your iPad. This is an amazing bit of integration that could have dramatic consequences on your productivity. I definitely recommend Chris' book as you'll get some really good advice on how to get going on the iPad quickly! Plus, I can't thank him enough for the honorable mentions of my own book Evernote: The unofficial guide to capturing everything and getting things done (2nd Edition) (Kindle Edition) throughout his own!
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4.0 out of 5 stars great crook on setting up Evernote to do GTD 17 July 2013
By K. Dean - Published on Amazon.com
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I read another guide by David Gold and decided against using Evernote as my GTD app. Then David Allen Co came out with the Evernote GTD user guide and I read it and reconsidered. I then re-read Mr Golds book and read this book as well as the web site called The Secret Weapon. I set up my Evernote using a combination of the various books I read and have decided to use Evernote as my GTD app after all. The main reason being the the various ways of getting info into Evernote. Email (in full - not just some hyperlink), voice notes photos etc all go to my Evernote inbox and I can then process it and use Evernote as a one stop shop. So far so good.

I recommend reading this book as well as Mr Golds book as well as the Evernote user guide from David Allen company and finally The Secret Weapon web site. The alternative is to use an App already designed to use with GTD. However, using Evernote gives you 1) the ability to tweak it exactly the way you want it 2) one place to hold everything and not have to go back and refer to your e-msils in Outlook/GMail, etc 3) the same area where your reference material is stored.

Between these short reads you can set up Evernote to be a one stop shop for you as well!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great information, especially for the price 25 April 2013
By J. Omohundro - Published on Amazon.com
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I have wanted to use my iPad as a real productivity tool for quite a while...for something more than just playing solitaire watching podcasts. Simultaneously, I have wanted to become more of a serious Evernote user. This book has good information on both topics, and I especially appreciate the information on other apps that play well with Evernote on the iPad. For $0.99, you CANNOT go wrong with this book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Quick read with good content 16 Mar 2013
By Stephen Gumley - Published on Amazon.com
An easy to follow book with no jargon. Plenty of examples of uses of Evernote and general productivity tips that can easily be applied.
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