How Microsoft Adapts Getting Things Done for Outlook [Outlook]

14 Gen/09

A cadre of Microsoft’s email geeks have their own system, based in part on the Getting Things Done principals, to manage messages and tasks in Outlook. Luckily, they’re sharing their setups with everybody.

Ian Palangio offers a OneNote tutorial on setting up your own Outlook inbox for “Pay It Forward Email Management” (PIFEM), and points to a number of other MS blog posts on PIFEM and its particulars. He sums it up thusly:

PIFEM uses the out of the box Outlook 2007 features of flagging and categories to manage emails that you don’t want to action/complete immediately. Once you date/time flag an item it is no longer clogging up your brain with secondary thoughts. If you manage it well… you can eliminate a lot of distractions from email, and focus on your highest priority items with laser focus.

Intrigued? Check out Ian’s post, his SkyDrive-shared training course, or the links in his post below.

Email, Task and Time Management with PIFEM [Ian Palangio’s Business Productivity via Lifehacker AU]

(Fonte: Lifehacker)

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