Archive for February, 2010

Send an OutLook Message to a New Project Map

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Often times the first step in processing an email request is to define a dedicated project map to attack it. The latest version of OutLinker has a new send to “New Project” map option. This will create a new MindManager project map, attach the message, message text, and/or link, mark it up based on your […] returns

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Back in 2007 I briefly experimented with setting up a set of discussion forums to work along side the wiki and the blog. At the time it seemed like spam was going to get out of hand, and there were better alternatives, so I turned it off. Since that time the activity levels on the […]

How to add a “next quarter” keyword to MindReader

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

I noticed this morning that MindReader didn’t have a default keyword for setting the due date of a tast to be “next quarter”. I thought it would be useful to put up a quick post on how to do this. 1. Open ao\mindreaderconfig.mmap (or just type “o mapmap”). 2. Navigate to the “dates” main topic. […]

Synchronize Outlook Task Lists with MindManager

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

I’m working on improving my Next Action Analysis (NAA) score this week and am faced with a “Project Needing Next Action” penalty for my “Create Macro to Sync up Dashboard to OutLook Task List” project. This was a reader requested script I finished up a few days ago. It looks like the next action it […]

OutLinker 2010

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

OutLinker received a major overhaul this weekend with several new features added and its interface cleaned up. Option to pick from 5 archive folders Fields for up to 9 contexts and 20 tags (use for context, area, category, destination keyword, etc) Ability to process OutLook 2007 RSS folders Ability to create appointments with message as […]

Auto OutLinker

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

Sometimes when faced with an inbox full of somewhat related Microsoft Outlook messages, the easiest way to proceed is to just process them all into MindManager with OutLinker and then sort them out. Steping through the messages 1 by 1 to accomplish this can be time consuming. The latest version of OutLinker has a new […]

A different approach to marking tasks complete

Sunday, February 7th, 2010

Juan has been collecting on his 2008 Next Action Analysis Contest prize with some macro requests. This weekend he asked for a MindManager macro that could take a ResultsManager dashboard with tasks that had been manually set to 100% complete (not processed with the “d” tag or “mark task complete” macro) and process them all […]

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