People as Contexts
Anyone have this issue? I work with a lot of people and throughout the day/week, I collect things that I need to discuss with various people. If I can't do it right now, I'll add it as a task in Toodledo to "discuss ___ with ___". If I make each person a context, then next time I see that person I can easily find all the things I need to discuss with that person. In many ways a person is a context as there are tasks I can do only when I am with that person and I don't want to see them when I'm in a different context.
Anyone else doing something like this? Or have other ideas on how to handle this?
I use tags for "people" because for me some tasks require conversations with several people. This works for me...
For me tags. Same reasons as BoyOhBoy.
That's interesting. Because I use toodledo for a mixture of work and non-work stuff, I use contexts to indicate a state that is somewhat location-related (work, home, in town, leaving home in the morning, online, etc). That way, if I am in town and I have time before an appointment, I look up the "in town" context and see if I can run a small errand.
That works quite well for me, i have much more trouble getting my Folders right.
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