The first needs no explanation:
Just to let you know. I worked on setting this [eProductivity] up till about 2 am last night. I had an empty in box when I went to bed last night for the first time in I don't know how long. This morning I started dealing with email at 9 and now again have an empty mail box. What a feeling. I still have to finish setting up all my projects/commitments and I don't feel confident yet that I am using the software as effectively as I could, but I am very excited. I really think this may be the tool that keeps everything together for me and allows me to "clear my brain" as David Allen would say.This is a pretty common theme from first-time users but I enjoyed reading every one.
I can see even at this early stage that this is a program I think I should invest in. I think I will look at GyroQ as well.
The second is from a customer that had uninstalled eProductivity in order to experience and evaluate vanilla Notes 8.02. That experience wasn't as productive for him as he had hoped, so he switched back.* This morning, he wrote:
I'm very happy to be back on eProductivity -- EOMI love it. eProductivity is about Getting Things Done with IBM Lotus Notes. Time and again, we are learning from our customers that David Allen's GTD methodology and the eProductivity software are having a huge impact on the way people get things done. It's also changing the way people think about Lotus Notes.
I think that's cool.
* eProductivity works well on Notes 6.5x, 7.x, and 8.x, 8.5x on Win/mac/Linux. We have many customers happily using eProductivity with Notes 8.02 and 8.5. This particular customer was extremely productive and proficient with Notes 7 and eProductivity. His move to Notes 8, from a productivity perspective, simply wasn't. Your experience may be different. If you have an eProductivity experience to share would love to hear from you. (If you are not using eProductivity yet, get started.)