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Help us teach new users | GTD and your GTD setup on Toodledo
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Posted: Oct 08, 2018
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Hi Toodledoers,

As we've mentioned in the updates, we are working hard to start The Toodledo Blog and newsletter to rev up our marketing efforts to attract and welcome in new users to Toodledo. The goal is to share methods, tactics, and stories of success to teach and encourage folks to get off the sideline and get started with an awesome task management system.

Through surveys and customer calls, it's clear a lot of folks use GTD (or a variation of it), but have questions on how to make sure they're getting the most out of it.

We are looking for a GTD expert who would like to help future Toodledoers by writing a guest blog posts on (1) the science behind the GTD method and (2) share your GTD setup on Toodledo and how a new user could get up and running with GTD.

If you're interested (or would recommend someone), please reply below or send me a note at [email protected]


Posted: Oct 10, 2018
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Written in Spanish with the Google translator ...

To have a starting point of how much Toodledo fits into the GTD methodology, I share an evaluation prepared by an independent blogger. Keep in mind that making 100% compatible a tool limits it for use with other methodologies.


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Posted: Oct 11, 2018
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Search for "R. Welsh" in the search function for this Forum he published a very helpful guide "ToodleDo Startup Guide" which has a heavy emphasis on GTD.

Posted: Oct 11, 2018
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use google translate:

我正在写着关于 toodledo for GTD 的文章
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