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BigZee writes: For many years, I've used a page-a-day diary as both a planner and a method for taking notes. Whilst not perfect, it's proven to be an approach that's worked fairly well for me. Conscious of the limitations, I want this to become more electronic. In principle, I want to be able to use by Nexus 7 for this function. There are some limitations. My workplace uses MS Outlook. However, I am not able to use Evernote (or similar) on my workplace machine. This limits possible integration along the lines proposed with GTD.
What I want is to be able to take notes that are organised by date as well as being integrated to a calendar (preferably Google). Additionally, I want to be able to prioritise my work along similar lines to GTD. I'm not averse to spending money for the right s/w but prefer to use free s/w where possible. Can anyone suggest what could be used?
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Ask Slashdot. Organise my work load

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  • by fisted ( 2295862 ) on Monday December 30, 2013 @08:20AM (#45817397)
    Organize your own damn workload.
  • by Anonymous Coward

    MS One Note is a good task organizer and syncs with sky drive if you also have that support at work. I don't recommend putting your personal stuff on there but for work only it's good.

    Otherwise you could just use Evernote for personal stuff from your personal phone.

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