Filed under evernote on February 23, 2015.
In a previous post I share my path toward an Evernote task management system. At the end of the post, I include a statement that I will share this system. My intent was to do so in a single post. As I prepared an outline for a single post, I realized that the length of the post would be unwieldy both from a writer and reader’s perspective so I chose to write the instructions as a series of posts. This post is part two of that series.
I want to reiterate, as I share in my previous post, that task management systems are very personal. I don’t subscribe to the belief that my, or anyone else’s, system is the best and will work for everyone. I highly anticipate that if you give my system a try, you will modify it to match your own workflow. My system even allows for some customizations. My hope is that readers will add additional features and workflow ideas in the comments area after each post. Let’s grow this system together and make it even better and more customizable.
This is a multi-part series and will include the following posts (titles in blue represent posts available):
I’m looking forward to the series. This is the first time since my AutoCAD publishing days that I’ve pushed myself to create a lengthy set of detailed instructions. Unlike my days as an AutoCAD author, I won’t have the benefit of an editor or technical editor. If you find errors, please let me know via the comments or feel free to send an email to:
It is also likely to take some time as I will craft these posts as time permits. This may turn into an entire 2016 project. If you want to know when the next post in the series is available, you can follow me on Twitter and Google+ where I always announce new posts. You can also subscribe to the site RSS feed.