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Posted: Mar 11, 2013
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Dear all,

I would like to sort my tasks according to the following strategy:
1.) "Time bombs" e.g. starred tasks
2.) Tasks to be delegated
3.) Due Tasks
4.) The remaining tasks according to their priorities

Do you have a suggestion how I could accomplish that with Toodledo ?

Posted: Mar 11, 2013
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You can try with einsenhower matrix using four different tags, or labels in toodledo.

Take a look in google images. "Einserhower matrix"

Sorry for my bad english, an I hope I can help you.

Posted: Mar 12, 2013
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Thank you for the reply.

I know the Eisenhower Matrix.Of course I could use labels or tags to do this.
The point is that that the due tasks are (fortunatelly) generated by toodledoo, so that I do not have to assign them a label/tag "due" manually. As this is a very helpful, automated soloution, I would like to use it.
This given, I wonder how I could apply the desired sorting strategy...

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Posted: Mar 12, 2013
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Toodledo only has 3 levels of sorting, so you won't be able to do the 4 that you are asking for, but you can get close by sorting by "starred" first, then "status", and then "importance".

Importance combines duedate and priority into one sort, so it will be close to what you want. This assumes that you are using the "delegated" status to mark tasks to delegate. If you use tags instead or some other field, use that as the second sort instead.
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