Nozbe Ninja Tactics: Use the Evernote Web Clipper to Send Tasks Directly to Nozbe

Nozbe is great by itself, but it’s integrations with other apps make it even more amazing. Here is a quick tutorial of how you can use the Evernote Web Clipper to quickly add tasks to your trusted task management system in Nozbe. [youtube id=”RbSrL3pX6A8″] LINKS & MENTIONS IN THE VIDEO: Nozbe – http://nozbe.com/a-robbymiles Evernote Web Clipper […]

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The Power of Regular Reviews

If you’ve studied the Getting Things Done methodology or used Nozbe for any length of time, you’ve come across the idea of conducting a weekly review.  A weekly review is a chance to clear your head and prioritize the upcoming week. This post will help you use regular reviews (weekly & monthly) to keep moving […]

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Batching in Nozbe

Earlier this week I shared all about how I “batched” my breakfasts. Today’s Tool-Tip is all about using Nozbe Categories to batch tasks and get more done. Categories in Nozbe can help you define a context or location where a task should be completed. They can be used to combine “like-tasks” together. To get to […]

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Nozbe and Google Calendar

One of the best features of Nozbe is its integration with Google Calendar. It works seamlessly to keep your tasks and calendar in sync. Previously I’ve written about how to set up your Nozbe Integrations. This week, let’s focus on Nozbe and Google Calendar.

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Setting Up Nozbe Integrations

This Nozbe Ninja Tactics series will give you a peek under the hood of my personal productivity systems. Yeah, the one that is so simple I don’t have to think about it. I’ll begin with my Nozbe setup, then move into how Nozbe Integrations connect all these apps together to automate my life. So…if you’re ready […]

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Is it Time for Email Triage?

Is it Time for Email Triage-

For too long, I used my email inbox as a pseudo-task list. It was a way for me to keep track of all the little things I needed to get back to at some point. I heard somewhere that email is someone else’s task list for you. This one phrase changed my entire view. Email […]

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