An overview of my planning and productivity system in 2021

Google Calendar, Microsoft OneNote, Trello and Todoist

A couple of years ago, I wrote a post called An overview of my planning and productivity system in 2019. I was discussing it with a couple of people last week and thought it was probably about time that I updated it to reflect how things have evolved during that time.

During the last few years, my basic tools have not changed. As I said in my last post, for a long time I tried to limit myself to using only one task management application. I would periodically switch between Trello and something else (Outlook tasks, Wunderlist, Todoist). Eventually, I realised that I could use different tools for different jobs. For me, a good organisation system should enable you to do the following, and this is what I use:

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An overview of my planning and productivity system in 2019

Google Calendar, Microsoft OneNote and Todoist

My personal organisation system has evolved over the years in an iterative and rather agile approach.

This post outlines the major building blocks of my current system.

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Calgoo calendar software now free

I got an email this week from Calgoo announcing that their calendar sync and share products are now free, as of 22 July 2008.

Here’s what they had to say:

Over the past two years, Calgoo Software has been developing the most complete calendar suite on the market. We released a full-featured desktop calendar program, the only Google Calendar sync solution that works with both iCal & Outlook, as well the world’s first cross platform calendar sharing service.  We are also working behind the scenes on our new in-calendar advertising models and are close to releasing these.

I’ve used Calgoo Connect in the past to sync Outlook with Google Calendar, and I was impressed.