iPad® Productivity: How to get efficient with your iPad®, Evernote® and GTD‪®‬

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Publisher Description

You have your iPad, now what? You could continue to use your tablet as an excellent web surfing tool. You could also use it to play one of the many, many games out on the App Store. Or, you could simply turn it over to your spouse or your kid(s) for their enjoyment. I suggest a different path, a path that will keep your iPad in your own hands, at work…a path that will put you on a road towards increased productivity!

What follows are some of the apps and processes that have helped me on my own productivity journey. Please give some or all of them a try and let me know how they may have helped you!

Here are some of the topics that I will cover:
1. iOS 8
2. OmniFocus on the iPad
3. Evernote on the iPad
4. Notetaking including handwriting recognition
5. PDF Processing
6. Workflow automation
7. Tips and Tricks
8. Microsoft Office for the iPad
9. GTD on the iPad
10. And much more...

Through the above topics and much more this book will show you how to transform your personal workflow with the iPad.

GENRE
Computers & Internet
RELEASED
2012
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
79
Pages
PUBLISHER
Christopher Lee
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
16.9
MB

Customer Reviews

Joe Earlbuster ,

Helped me a lot. Reads like a friend telling me how to figure out a problem.

I'm working mostly on my iPad these days instead of my iBook. Evernote has seemed like the way to go to streamline making order of my folders & files, but I needed a little more help than basic instructions. This book is just what I needed. I like Christopher Lee's voice. It sounds like a friend helping me figure something out. He did a lot of research for apps that work with Evernote as well as links to more articles and information about using Evernote. If you want a book to help understand using Evernote on a comfortable level, but don't want to read an entire manual, I highly recommend this.

GregWiPad ,

Not Happy

There is no "how" in this book. It's jumbled and very badly written, filled with spelling and grammatical errors, and the author's most helpful tips are in other people's materials, at the end of links he was at least thoughtful enough to include. Also, a lot of what the author mentions are things he hasn't even tried (I'm not kidding: he actually lists apps he points out he has never used).

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