Hey friends, I have a software-independent question concerning Someday/Maybe entries that concerns really anyone who uses some sort of software for GTD: Do you create a new "task" in the software you use for each Someday/Maybe OR do you write them down in a simple text/word file or program capable of word processing (e.g. Evernote)? I have quite a few things I want to do someday or maybe so there are many entries. And I'm not sure I want to create a task for each one in the program I use (ToodleDO + Ultimate To-Do List). The way I see it: the advantage of a simple text Someday/Maybe list (using word, notepad, Evernote, OneNote or other programm capable of word processing) is speed, you can simply jot them down one after one and there isn't much resistance to adding a new Someday/Maybe entry. On the other hand, if you do it that way, you already are using 2 programs: your GTD software + some word processing software. The advantage of already creating a new "task" for every Someday/Maybe entry in your GTD program is..the entry is already in the program if you want to actually make the entry real. Disadvantage: for most goal managers / GTD programs out there, creating a new task is at least a tiny bit more work compared to just jotting it down as simple text. Also, depending on the GTD software, these tasks will shop up in your search and day-to-day GTD work. How do you see it, and do you all go about it?