You have your iPad, now what? You could continue to use your tablet as an excellent web surfing tool. You could also use it to play one of the many, many games out on the App Store. Or, you could simply turn it over to your spouse or your kid(s) for their enjoyment. I suggest a different path, a path that will keep your iPad in your own hands, at work…a path that will put you on a road towards increased productivity!
What follows are some of the apps and processes that have helped me on my own productivity journey. Please give some or all of them a try and let me know how they may have helped you!
Here are some of the topics that I will cover:
1. iOS 8
2. OmniFocus on the iPad
3. Evernote on the iPad
4. Notetaking including handwriting recognition
5. PDF Processing
6. Workflow automation
7. Tips and Tricks
8. Microsoft Office for the iPad
9. GTD on the iPad
10. And much more...
Through the above topics and much more this book will show you how to transform your personal workflow with the iPad.
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About the Author
I am a healthcare administrator interested in being productive. I believe that the combination of a tablet (iPad 2 currently) and a smartphone can drastically improve how we do work without adding much complexity. The “how” of accomplishing this productivity is the focus of my blog: tabletproductive.com. The reason I focus on productivity is so I have more time to do the things I truly love, like being with my family and riding my bike. My obsession with bikes and bike racing (cyclocross in particular) could be a whole other blog….but, I digress. Otherwise, I love technology…especially technology that creates value rather than being simple toys. I am sometimes saddened by co-workers wielding their iPads only to have then sit idle in meetings while they take notes on paper or view emails on their old smart phones. In fact, I have seen people carrying an iPad only to have their assistant print a copy of their Outlook Calendar on a daily basis; comfortable habits and processes die slowly. I write about how to accelerate the grieving process!