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Create a GTD® Dashboard in Office 365 to Get Things Done #spbiz15 #spbiz103

Speaking at SPBiz The SharePoint Virtual Business ConferenceToday I presented my session Create a GTD® Dashboard in Office 365 to Get Things Done at the SPBiz Conference.  There were some technical difficulties when I tried to switch from my slides to the browser in order to do the live demo (the demo Gods were not kind to me today!!).

Fortunately, Paul was able to switch over to my recorded demo but I’m not sure if attendees were able to see it all.  For this reason my session will be replayed (my recorded version) tomorrow, Thursday June 18 at 2:00 PM EDT.

The slides for my session are at the bottom of this post.  I also stated that I would have the site template available for you to download.  It’s not 100% ready just yet, there are a couple bugs I need to work out.  But if you just send me your name and email address, I’ll email you a link to the template as soon as it’s ready.  You’ll be able to create your own GTD site using the template, and can then use it as is, or customize it to meet your needs (it is a SharePoint site afer all).

UPDATE: The template is now ready for download. Instructions for downloading and installing the template are located here

Download the GTD Dashboard Template

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Enjoy the slides!!

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Wendy Neal

Wendy Neal

I am a .NET SharePoint Developer for DMI. I've worked with SharePoint since 2007. I love to share my passion for SharePoint and Office 365 by speaking at various industry and user group events, as well as writing articles for various publications and this blog.   Read More

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