The Official GTD Setup Guide for Nirvana

Elbert McLaughlin
Oct 2, 2018 · 1 min read

Hot off the digital press, the good folks over at Getting Things Done® headquarters have just published their GTD® Setup Guide for Nirvana! 😊

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Head on over to the Getting Things Done shop to get your copy today!

In their words:

Our focus with this Guide is to show you how to use Nirvana® for your GTD® workflow. The Guide is packed with our best practices for configuring and populating Nirvana for your Projects, Next Actions, Waiting For, Someday/Maybe, and Reference lists. We’ll also cover strategies for managing your calendar and email.

If you are new to Nirvana, this Guide should be an excellent starting point for you to build a solid GTD foundation for optimizing your productivity. If you already have an established system in Nirvana, use this Guide as an opportunity to fine-tune or simplify.

There are many ways you could configure Nirvana for GTD. This Guide focuses on the methods we have found work well for GTD for a wide range of people.

If you’ve ever wondered how David Allen might use Nirvana, here you go.

Mega 👏 to the Getting Things Done team! We couldn’t be more excited!

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