Q: How is EverDone different than Radical Productivity with Evernote?
A: EverDone is a workflow system, where Radical Productivity with Evernote teaches the Evernote skills you need to master the software on any platform. You need to be both Evernote fluent and have a workflow to be truly effective with Evernote.
Q: Is the EverDone Guide for both Windows and Mac users?
A: Yes. The structure and habits detailed in the system are for all Evernote users, no matter which platform you access the device on. Keep in mind that EverDone doesn't teach you Evernote. Instead, it teaches you what structure to create in your Evernote account which is common no matter what platform you access Evernote on. There are variations in how you – for example – move notes around or create stacks on Mac and Windows. These differences are taught in Radical Productivity with Evernote.
Q: What tier of Evernote service do I need to deploy EverDone?
A: You can deploy EverDone no matter which level of Evernote service you have...even the free version (Evernote Basic).
Q: Do you teach GTD in EverDone?
A: EverDone assumes that at the minimum, you have read David Allen's Getting Things Done book. EverDone does not teach his principles. Instead, it teaches how to deploy a structure in Evernote that will allow you to manage your life and digital data in Evernote using David Allen's philosophy. EverDone also assumes that you have a basic working knowledge of Evernote (at the minimum, you should be familiar with the free desktop version of Evernote and able to create notes, notebooks and stacks).
Q: How is EverDone different from The Secret Weapon?
A: The Secret Weapon is a tag based approach to organizing Evernote. EverDone is a note, notebook, and stack organizational approach based on Stacey Harmon's expert understanding of the features and constraints of Evernote. You certainly can still use tags in your own EverDone deployment but the organization of the data in an EverDone system is based around notebooks and stacks.