In response to this article: https://www.reddit.com/r/LifeProTips/comments/b7pe61/lpt_work_in_an_office_buy_a_3_notebook_and/
Keeping Track of Tasks
Every meeting I attend automatically means a session of Agenda, which tracks when the meeting took place, the minutes and it's all categorized ever since.
Every task I plan to do, or have finished for the day is listed in Todoist, and anything I feel like doing in the future is also immediately scheduled in Todoist. Composing a task is as easy as composing a Tweet (ex: typing
Consider automating your task workflow **saturday 1pm #Projects**adds that task in the Project category, with a notification scheduled for Saturday 1PM.)
Status updates for a project are all in a single Google Doc, updated weekly based on all the Agendas and Todoists I've received during the week.
Status updates for work are also kept in a git repository, so that I actually know what I've done for every week in a year; for auditing and tracking purposes (and performance evaluations!)
Things to Do
While I appreciate Agenda so much, unfortunately it's stuck on Apple's ecosystem and I'm using an Android phone.
I'm genuinely considering either buying an iPod touch (which might not happen because Lightning ports are shite) or migrating away from the flow entirely and purely using
git and a bevy of shell scripts to speed up the workflow.