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If anyone is interested, I'll email it to you. It's very simple (it took me 30 minutes - lol), but effective.

You can create a list of categories (i.e. @Computer, @Store, etc.) in one table. A form allows you to enter tasks and connect them to a category. When you are done with a task, you just go into the task table and click a checkbox, indicating the task is done.

Then, you run a report which hooks to a query looking for incomplete tasks. It'll list each category that tasks exist in and which tasks are connected with it. You can print that report each day or just refer to it on screen.

In any event, it's a very simple database that I may expand later on to include specialty lists like grocery shopping. I was thinking I could set it up to click on a meal and it would automatically generate my shopping list, but I probably won't get around to it soon.

I figured some of the geeks like me might enjoy it as a base to expand upon.

jb123's picture

Hi
I am interested in the GTD system. Pls mail me at [email protected]
Thanks in advance
Jb

kklogic's picture

Jb,
Do you prefer Access 2000 or 2003?

attmonk's picture

Can I get a copy please, 2003 (or 07) if possible.

Thanks

jb123's picture

Hi
Thanks for the reply. I would like to have 2003 as I have 2003
thanks
Jb

kklogic's picture

jb, it's on its way.

att, pleae pm or post your email and i'll send it straight away.

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jongreen's picture

I'd really like to give this a try! Could you please send me a copy? I've been looking at some options, but nothing seems to get it just right :(

[email protected]

Thank you!

jb123's picture

HI KK
Thans for the access database.
Will see how to work with the structure
regards
Jb

kklogic's picture

jon,
Sent!

jb,
Thanks. I hope you enjoy it.

mjcsr's picture

Hi
I am interested in the GTD system/access db too. (access 2003) Pls email me at [email protected]
Thanks!

dbardwell's picture

Still trying to master GTD - this might help. I'd love a copy. Thanks.

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sholden's picture

As someone who is still trying to master GTD (3+ years) ... one lesson learned for myself is to not constantly switch technologies in the hopes that they will make GTD significantly easier to do. There is still a lot of "do" in GTD that just needs to be "done". - Steve