Wow! I downloaded DA's paper on implementing workflow processing using Microsoft Outlook. On an earlier post today I commented on how I like my paper planner. That is I like writing stuff in pencil but I really don't like managing lists in my planner. After seeing the description of this implementation I figured it was worth the $30 to see if would work better than what I'm doing.
And what a productive day I had. The step by step directions in the paper were almost foolproof. I only stumbled once during the calendar view setup but once I tried a few things I managed to get it.
I spent the day and evening setting up my lists, projects, next actions, etc. and I'm ready for a new day tomorrow. My inbox is full at 9:50 pm so I'm going to pretend that I filled it for tomorrow morning and I'll take a fresh run at it with the goal to having it empty by day's end tomorrow.
Thank you David for writing such a practical help book for those of us who haven't studied Outlook in depth nor had the time necessary to devote to studying it. It was very helpful and I actually feel I stand a chance at sticking with Outlook for my workflow processing.
You're a genius!