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This is just a general question in relation to emacs and it's specific use for ORG mode. I have always been miserable at planning and organization in daily life (keeping TODO list, general time management), and after having found emacs and org-mode a month ago, I am excited seeing its potential.

Clearly emacs is extremely configurable and everyones situation differs, but does anyone have any advice on a methodology (such as GTD) to follow that has proven successful for you, and flavour of emacs installation is recommended? (I do not have vim experience so I assume spacemacs or doom is not the place to start).

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  • Welcome to emacs.stackexchange.com which primarily focuses on just one unique question per thread, and has a finite number of correct answers. Your question is better suited to reddit.com/r/emacs where everyone has at least one opinion regarding the matters discussed .... there are hard core GTD users over there as well as some calendar variations.
    – lawlist
    Feb 12 at 22:51
  • ok thanks for that i will check out redit
    – Prolle
    Feb 12 at 22:55
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    @lawlist is correct. If I may venture to add my two penny's worth: vanilla Emacs is the place to start. Feb 13 at 6:42

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