I love to hand write, so I got a Surface Pro 3 for Christmas. Even though I am loving it, it cannot replace a planner in my life. So I need to find away to integrate OneNote with my planner. As I go on this journey, I'm sure that I will share details here. For now, the first detail...
I set up One Note exactly like my planner. That way, things stay consistent.
My notebook is just like my planner dashboard. It just has blank graph paper.
I often add tasks that must be moved to my planner or that have to be done on my computer anyway.
I also have a project section, a files section, a calendar section, and a special work planner.
The project section will be limited to projects better done on-line, like planning a virtual committee meeting. Shopping lists, on the other hand, are better in my main planner.
I will do the same thing with the files section. Only files better planned on-line, like passwords and computer shortcuts, go in the computer OneNote files.
I will create my entire work planner in One Note, since I do 100% of my work on-line. Also, my work planner does not include any dates except due dates and my timesheet, so I won't miss any events by planning on-line. Mostly, it consists of research and communication logs.
We shall see how the 2015 experiment goes!