Making Templates in Your Productivity Software

Templates can be a clever time-saving tool in your productivity tool belt, if you know where they are in your productivity system, as well as create and use them wisely. Today, we’re discussing what a template is (or, rather, how you should use them to their best advantage), what types of templates we use in our own productivity system, and how to overcome some common obstacles in making templates in your productivity software work for you.

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Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

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