Does anyone have any experience implementing GTD with an Excel spreadsheet? I'd like to have a file that my boss can access on the company's network so that he can see what I'm working on and the status of each project.
It also makes performance evaluation easier. IT lock down prevents the installation of software, and I'd rather he use something he's familiar with instead of asking him to use an online service. Right now I'm trying to roll my own system pictured here: It's parses text based on the todo.txt system to create contexts and tags, and filters the list with those criteria using slicers. This is a workaround since Excel 2010 doesn't have slicers for filtering tables. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks • • • • •. I use a spreadsheet.
I agree with lambdazen on using separate sheets. Best Install Seagate Crystal Reports 7 Windows 7 2016 - Download And Software 2016 more. The heart of the action for me is the next actions sheet. Mine is super simple -- first column is the desired outcome of the project, next column is the next action or in some cases actions (if there's more than one I just keep typing in the same block), third column is the context (phone, computer, location, whatever), last column is the due date if there is one.