The schema highlights the role of Mail.app as the collection bucket for 75-85% of the things he needs to do.
From Mail.app the sorting starts:
This is where my electronic communications are initially collected. If I receive something and I can do immediately, I do it from within Mail and then export the completed email task into my DEVONthink Pro archive (@File).
If itâ€™s a project or has a future due-date I send the item to Kinkless GTD (kGTD) where a task is created with all the email body as part of the task description. From that point I handle it in kGTD. If something is only a Reference Item or a Maybe Someday Item I send it to DEVONthink Pro to file.
I always enjoy reading about the structures other people use to get things done. It keeps me open and flexible in my own system and helps me to grasp more clearly what’s right for me in GTD and what’s not.
Tags: Apple Mail, getting things done, gtd, iCal, kgtd, mail.app, Productivity, quicksilver, very pretty flowcharts