PTPL 009: Task Management in Obsidian Doesn’t Need to Be Complicated
Task management, Noteplan, and how Keyboard Maestro takes care of 90% of my repetitive tasks
Welcome to the ninth in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey.
Each post is a 5-minute or less summary of what I’ve read, learned, and implemented since the last edition. Links to earlier episodes can be found here.
Today I’ll be talking about —
A simple project/task management approach that works in both the physical and digital worlds
The Noteplan app
Highlighting text on the web into Markdown
Using Keyboard Maestro to eliminate 90% of repetitive keystrokes
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I don’t use a dedicated task management app anymore, unless you count Reminders. All my project-related tasks are handled in linked text files, as are any non-time sensitive tasks. Tasks with external deadlines go in my calendar, or Reminders.
This week I revisited the article that helped me simplify my task li…
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