To any Franklin Covey TabletPlanner users out there:
I'm trying to set up a personal time/information system but must
confess to being a bit overwhelmed by my options. I like the Franklin
Covey system (I graduated from their PlanPlus to TabletPlanner one I
obtained my Tablet), but the addition of both OneNote and Journal has
me a little confused as to when I should use which.
Journal & Tablet Planner have virtual printers that I find handy to
capture reading, research & reviewing material
OneNote allows me to record, write and type input is a way that is
unstructured - the way I mostly think
Tablet Planner's Daily Notes closely replicates a physical binder,
keeps notes associated with dates, and feels natural.
Then of course there are the built in features of Outlook (associating
emails and etc. with contact records, etc.).
I sure would appreciate your thoughts on how to optimize these tools.