I'm a paper-based guy when it comes to my daily planner and things like that, but when it comes to projects I've realized that a hybrid solution works best for me for managing and tracking all the moving parts of a project. A digital solution works well for me too when I need to capture project notes and maintain other support material, and being able to update these on the fly. The rest of my paper-based project stuff I keep in folders in my filing cabinet.
I've played around with Evernote but I'm not crazy about its interface and flexibility in being able to easily and quickly create new project notes, etc. I dunno, I just don't find EN to be all that intuitive to me. Cool program, but just not cool enough for me. Same thing with Google Notebook -- just not crazy about it.
Then I stumbled on Microsoft OneNote. I see a lot of potential here, and this app seems to be able to handle my needs well. It's clicking for me.
I'm curious to hear from any GTDers who are using OneNote. Would you be willing to share your experience? How are you using OneNote as part of your GTD system? Any tips or pointers?
I just started using OneNote, still getting a feel for it, but so far it's looking good. Now it's time to inspire me a little!