The answer is simply – use EverDo.it. This App synchronizes with your Evernote account and allows you to manage the workflow of staff (Inbox) in the app itself. You don’t need to change the structure of your notebooks.You don’t need to get used to new tagging system. You simply change a note (or its part) into a task. In my opinion it’s the easiest way to use GTD methodology on Evernote.
Work on the new task manager EverDo.it has been completed. The first version for the iPad went to the AppStore for verification. EverDo.it should be available on the mobile market in early January.
One supporter of the EverDo.it project is Daniel Gold – DEG Consulting’s CEO; a productivity consultant, keynote speaker, and author of the best selling Evernote eBook “The Unofficial Guide to Capturing Everything and Getting Things Done”.
“EverDo.it’s iPad app represents a fundamental game changer in incorporating David Allen’s Getting Things Done time management methodology with Evernote. “Like my book, the developers of EverDo.it seized an opportunity to marry GTD and Evernote in a way that is seamless and allows you to become more efficient and productive.”, said DEG Consulting’s CEO.
Mr. Gold went on to say, “I see this as an opportunity for Evernote users to quickly process tasks collected in their inboxes, organize projects and next action items down by context, and provide an easy to understand interface to review and get things done. Most of all, the bi-directional syncing between Evernote and EverDo.it gives users peace of mind that their data is always going to be with Evernote.”
We would like to announce that EverDo.it is available on the App Store We would like to encourage you to download it and give it a test drive. Those of you who are interested in further details about the application can follow us on Facebook or look up for more information at EverDo.it page.