BRIEF: The subject is my question: Does anyone use OneNote Find Tags to extra GTD or other to-do lists? Regularly. On a daily basis. If so, what is your work-flow? What sequence of operations and manual edits do you use? ---+ DETAIL I would really, Really, REALLY, like to be able to use OneNote's Find Tags feature to reliably and incrementally extract GTD-style to-do lists. Reason: I have used similar approaches in text-only GNU EMACS' org-mode, and also in twiki. I liked these approaches. I am not using these approaches because I switched to OneNote, mainly to get the screen snipping image features. Here was my old approach: in GNU EMACS org-mode I recorded almost everything in a time sequential manner. I would tag TO-DO items of various flavors. I would have various search commands extract the lists. Sounds like this should work in OneNote. But... various minor problems: ==> search scope: in OneNote I can search various scopes, ranging from Page to Notebook to All_Notebooks. Sounds great. But, I cannot exclude the pages where I have already extracted the to-do lists. Repeated FindTags result in replicateditems. I am thinking that I will probably need to run FindTags on only a single Notebook at a time. Probably twice a day - Work and Personal LOG. And then move the summary pages so produced out of the LOG notebook into a separate GTYD notebook. Or... perhaps I can use the OneNote FindTags feature that finfs only tags in a date range, like today, yersterday, new. ==> (Re)organization: I nearly always want to reorganize the lists of tags that Find Tags produces. If only into the GTD contexts. Q: if you use FindTags, do you use separate tags for contexts? Or do you mark simply "To Do" (theonly tag that is present on flavours like OneNote for iOS). Do you manually rearrange? How do you avoid subsequent FindTags from replicating? Q: do you use FindTags, then manually reorganize into GTD style lists? The GTD setup guides recommend using OneNote Sections as lists - basically, GTD list items are the titles of OneNote Pages. The OneNote page provides extra info, notes. If you use OneNote FindTags, do you but multiple GTD list items on the same OneNote page?