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Legend Use Case Study 1: Conference Notes

My standard bullet journal setup in Legend looks like this (this is a fictitious demo version).
  • Daily Log, in which I keep a chronologic listing of rapid log notes. I prepopulate the Daily Log with a list of every day of the year using text files I’ve previously set up. This pane uses outline view with no filters selected.
  • Open Tasks, which combs my Daily Log for tasks I haven’t marked as complete. This pane is set up in list view, which removes the hierarchy. It is filtered, of course, to show only tasks that have not been marked as complete.
My bullet journal now has three panes, including one for taking conference notes.

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Stephen Zeoli

Stephen Zeoli

Carl Sagan and Edward Abbey are among my heroes.