Eric Mack, a colleague in California, is about ready to launch eProductivity for Notes, the ultimate implementation of the GTD methodology within the Lotus Notes environment.
Just before he does, however, he’s offering a 24-hour pilot program for up to 100 people:
“People in the pilot program tell us that they recover up to 30-minutes each day in time spent processing their email or managing their projects and actions. They also love the Weekly Review Coach that we have built into eProductivity. I think it’s the ultimate GTD implementation tool for Lotus Notes; however, don’t take my word for it. I’ll leave that for you to decide. I’m about ready to push the GO button and formally launch the commercial version of eProductivity.
Before I do, I want to make sure that our end-user download and evaluation process is easy to understand. I’ve decided to invite the first 100 people that respond to participate in a 24-hour preview of eProductivity. “
I have a copy of eProductivity for Notes, and the net-net is if you use Notes and love GTD, you’ve got to investigate this!
See Notes on Productivity for more details.