Pivotal Tracker and GTD

January 15, 2009 Dan Podsedly

Michael Buffington has posted the first of a what will hopefully be a series of tours on Pivotal Tracker, this one about how Michael uses Tracker as a personal GTD-style task manager.

http://blog.grockit.com/2009/01/14/how-i-use-pivotal-tracker-for-gtd/

If you haven’t heard of GTD, it stands for “Getting Things Done”, a work-life “action management” method and book by David Allen. Read more about it here.

A lot of us here at Pivotal Labs have been using Pivotal Tracker as a personal productivity tool, and we’re definitely getting more things done!

Thanks, Michael, we’re looking forward to more tours.

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