It’s time to look back and summarize the most popular posts in 2018.
Todoist is popular
I find that in general, productivity is a popular subject, with GTD and Todoist as the most popular posts. On the top of the list is my comprehensive guide on Todoist Filters.
Most popular posts in 2018
1. The ultimate guide to Todoist filters
This is the most complete guide ever written about filters in Todoist.
2. My Todoist GTD setup – Part 1: Projects, contexts, and actions
Since Todoist is much more that a GTD tool, it can be hard to find out how to set it up in the most optimal way. Based on all the feedback, I think I hit the bullseye.
3. My Todoist GTD setup – Part 2: Weekly Review and Focus Horizons
Managing your GTD weekly review and horizons of Focus can be a challenge. Here is a detailed guide on how to do that in Todoist.
4. The best trip planner for 2018: The combination of App in the Air and TripIt
The popularity of this post was a surprise. To me, this is a statement to the fact that managing your trips is a challenge – even in the connected
5. How to organize Evernote – My secrets revealed
Evernote is a great place to store information. Figuring out how to organize all your stuff can be tricky. The fact that this post made it to number five on my list of most popular posts, is a sign that I’m not alone in my struggle.
6. How to spice up Gin and Tonic – Creative recipes to try
The popularity of this post is a sure sign that gin is still getting more and more popular.
7. 10 tips for getting the most out of Todoist
Here is a buch of tips on how to use Todoist.
8. GTD Horizons of Focus – A framework for success
A lot of people struggle to get started with the Horizons of Focus. I know that this post has helped a number of people getting started.
9. My 15 best Todoist tips – Things you didn’t know was possible in Todoist
Even I learned a thing or two writing this post.
10. The 5 steps of GTD and the tools I use in each step
People implement the Getting Things Done methodology in so many different ways. Here, I gathered what has worked for me.
My personal favorites
The post that was most fun was the Tonic test. My wife and I gathered four other gin nerds for a tonic tasting. We tasted 23 different tonics, took notes, and had a really good time, even before we started adding gin.
One of the posts that fascinated me the most during research was when I wanted to create an overview of all the ways you can add a task to Todoist.
The market for gin has been growing for years. Last summer, it was a lot of speculations among
Thanks for sharing my blog posts
A special thanks to those who share my content. At the end of the day, the number of readers is the true measure of success. Shure, writing is fun and I learn a ton of stuff during research, but if no one wanted to read and share my blog posts, I would never
Thanks for all the feedback
I want to thank everyone that has reach reached out to me in some way. The comments and emails mean a lot to me. The best is to hear how some of my post about productivity has helped other people.
Did any of my blog posts mean anything to you?