IBMer and fellow Notes blogger, Chris Blatnick, has been blogging his experience using eProductivity to get things done:
     
On the Road to Greater eProductivity!
     Thoughts on the eProductivity Install...Smooth Sailing Really

Another IBMer, Peter Simmons, recently attended David Allen's Making It All Work Seminar in Amsterdam and decided, as a result, to evaluate eProductivity:
     eProductivity, the first experiences #GTD

I hope Chris and Peter will continue to blog about their experience; I look forward to learning what works for them (and what doesn't). I'm convinced that they will soon learn why David Allen uses Lotus Notes and why he and recommends eProductivity as the ultimate personal productivity tool for IBM Lotus Notes.

Now, I wonder how long it will be before fellow Notes bloggers, Ed Brill, Alan Lepofsky, Bruce Elgort and Thomas Duff are all as eProductive as Chris is now?  (That's an invitation, guys. Let me know how I can help.)

Update: Visit the The Official Inside.eProductivity Blog to sell a list of the blog posts people have written to share their experiences.

P.S. Blogger Opportunity

If you are a GTD, Productivity or Lotus Notes blogger on Planet Lotus and would like to experience eProductivity for yourself, I have an offer for you:

1. Contact me to let me know of your interest in reviewing eProductivity and commit to install and use it for 30 days
2. Over the course of the 30 days, write five blog posts sharing your personal experience using eProductivity. What you write is up to you.
3. At the end of your evaluation, if you decide that eProductivity is the right GTD solution for you, let me know and I'll send you a full licence key.

That's it.

This offer is open to the first 10 people to respond. Interested? Click here and select "I'm interested in writing about eProductivity."

Discussion/Comments (3):

Bloggers Sharing Experiences Getting Things Done with IBM Lotus Notes

Great post!

Posted at 2/27/2009 12:01:33 AM by CJW


Bloggers Sharing Experiences Getting Things Done with IBM Lotus Notes

Sounds a great idea - I've signed up to blog about it. I think the SMB market often think that their business is too small to benefit from sophisticated apps.

Posted at 4/4/2009 1:18:02 PM by Graham Dodge


Bloggers Sharing Experiences Getting Things Done with IBM Lotus Notes

great post. I have been reading up on GTD. There are a lot of small things you can to do modify software for productivity. Xobni, for Outlook is good. Or if you are an Outlook 2007 user, { Link } has Outlook Track-It, which is a followup email reminder on a toolbar. Lots of great addons like that.

Posted at 5/5/2009 9:06:04 AM by Bacarli



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