How to get things done with

Your mind is for creating ideas, not just for holding them...which is why we have The GTD workflow could easily be adopted by in four easy steps and provide you with the best ways to manage your tasks and thoughts. 

This guide will give an overview of what is GTD, how you can use it on the platform and what it means in practice.

What is GTD method?

The GTD (getting things done) method by productivity consultant David Allen, is the process of moving planned tasks and projects out of the mind by recording them externally and then breaking them into actionable work items. This allows for focusing attention on taking actions on tasks, instead of just recalling them. 

Sounds good in theory, does it mean you need two heads now? 

Well no, one head is enough. 😀 Let's say you have an idea or a thought that has an unclear outcome or its next action is not defined; this is where the GTD workflow comes in. It consists of five stages to handle any idea or thought: capture, clarify, organize, reflect, and engage.

You may be thinking "So first I can't keep anything in my head and now diagrams? Come on!" We had this thought as well and this is where makes it easy.  

Create your "My bucket list"

The bucket list is where you capture, clarify and organize your tasks and ideas. 

First, place all of your ideas and thoughts in the bucket list board as items. Each idea can then be clarified and organized by the questions asked; is it actionable? does it take more than two minutes? is this goal attainable? 

  • Clarify- for every task, ask yourself if it's actionable or not, is it a task or it is just an event I need to go to. 
  • 2 minutes rule - will the task take 2 minutes or less to complete? If the answer is yes, then go and do it (call your mom to say hi 😇) but if not, move to the Perspective column. 
  • Perspective -current projects referring to thoughts, tasks, and projects that you need to handle now- today, next week, or even next month. Long-term goals refer to a task or ideas that can be completed in the future (this year, next 2 years, life goal).

As a result, items can be moved to one of the four other boards (Projects, Events, Non-actionable, Perspective) and you can use the URL column to create a shortcut to the specific board as you can see below located in the far right column. 

After we place the item on the "bucket list" and update all the necessary information, it's time to find a place to put this item so we will be able to go back to it when needed.  

Create a projects board

Here we will put our "action list" with all the actionable items that we didn't finish. Next organize them by the following; when to do it, priority and in the "GTD" spirit - define what is your next step and the wanted final outcome.


The updates section
The updates section is a great place to set the main three milestones for each action: 
  • Project current status 
  • What is my next step 
  • Wanted final outcome 

Another good way to track your improvement is to list them out and check them when moving forward - Checklists  

Views Center
Our new "Views center" will enhance every project board by showing all of your tasks in a calendar: 

"Mind like water" (or "this is what I need to do") 

" Imagine throwing a pebble into a still pond. How does the water respond?
The answer is, totally appropriately to the force and mass of the input; then it returns to calm. It doesn't overreact or under react".
The Tags column on the project's board will give you the ability to group items from all GTD boards by using the tag "GTD" and searching cross-boards with the search everything
For example, if you want to know all the tasks between June 28th-July 9th from all of the GTD boards,  search "#GTD" and then "filter by date" to see only June 28th-July 9th.


Excellent question! They can either be kept for reference on the "non-actionable board". 


You can also keep your long-term ideas for later on the "long-term goals board", like the idea to open your own coffee shop or travel to Japan. 

It can also go on the Events board to see upcoming events, you can use the calendar integration to sync to your personal calendar.

How to keep it relevant? 

Stop and review; ask questions and reflect on it.
Weekly Review 
Every week, review your "bucket list" and see if all the tasks were categorized and moved to the relevant board. Are all tasks where they are supposed to be? Check your progress by exploring the "projects board". Use the "Deadline mode" to see what you need to complete this week. 
Monthly Review 
Every month do a monthly review on your short-term projects listed on the project's board and explore the "Long-term goals board" to see if something became relevant. 
Congratulations.You are now cool, calm and organized. so when is your next vacation? 🏖 

If you have any further questions feel free to reach out to our customer success team at We are here for you