Productivity Taxonomy, Part 1: Do Tags Help You Be More Productive?

Productivity Taxonomy: Do Tags Help You Be More Productive? (Part 1)

This week, Ray, Augusto, Francis and Art start a conversation about tags. Classifying information in our productive lives comes in many different ways. We discuss what tagging is, how tags are different from other types of organizing, and how to jumpstart your use of tags.

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In this Cast | Productivity Taxonomy, Part 1

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | Productivity Taxonomy, Part 2

Resources we mention, including links to them, will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

Hypernym / hyponym

Evernote

OneNote

Dewey Decimal System

Zettelkasten

Episode 124, Personal Knowledge Management With Zettelkasten

Bullet Journal

Episode 035, What Is the Bullet Journal? How Does It Work?

Episode 073, Tailoring the Bullet Journal Method

Episode 123, Productivity Labs, Methods Edition—Bullet Journal

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