03 July 2018

Free For All Tuesday - No. 387

So what questions or discussion points have you got for us today?

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a more experienced user of organisers, we want to hear your thoughts, questions, opinions etc.

Make today the one day you post a comment or a question.

It is Tuesday after all so fire away.

9 comments:

  1. Thank you.

    Google still haven't solved this issue with emailing comments to me, so I sometimes miss comments!

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    1. This is a test... we might have found a fix...

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  2. Why can't Filofax get some kind of e-pen/HWR/digital integration partnership going? Moleskine did it with Evernote and Anoto. Surely Filofax could talk to MyScript, which owns the core HWR IP, or even Google or Microsoft...

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    1. They did have one in the past, I forget which company it was. At the time though I don't think it was very good.

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  3. I have a general planner question. I currently bounce between a Filofax, a Franklin Covey and a Planner Pad. I’m the Director of Billing for a medical practice and have a set of 10 or so tasks that I must complete every day before I even start “work”. If I miss a step, I can mess up quite a few things so I write them down and check them off as completed. As you can imagine, this takes up quite a bit of space. I’m looking for alternate ideas in any of the three planners I mentioned. Thoughts?

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    1. Are the steps the same eveeyday? You could print and laminate them and use a wet erase white board marker to check off. Obce everything is done wioe ckean with a wet wipe.you could make this into a dashboard in an organiser

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    2. You could use a task tracker. Write it once per month with a monthly task tracker.
      Darlene

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