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Default priority for contexts
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Posted: Mar 16, 2008
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I am constantly looking for ways to hide tasks that I don't want to see at the moment. Said another way, I only want to be seeing tasks that are relevant.

The GTD concept of Someday/Maybe is great. If I think of a nice-to-have project, I will put it under my Maybe context. I typically do NOT assign priorities when entering tasks since that gets done when I review them. However, I ALWAYS assign a context. In fact, I'd love to have context listed before Folder in the add task panel. Right now, every task gets defaulted to the priority of 0=Low. I would like to assign my Maybe context to a priority of -1.

This could be done fairly easily and the change would be nearly invisible to most users since creating a new context would default the "default priority" to 0=Low.

This message was edited Mar 16, 2008.

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Mar 16, 2008
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I think what you are suggesting is that you could define a default priority for a context. Similar to how other people have suggested a default context for a folder. This is a good suggestion, but we'll have to think about how to do this without over complexifying the interface.

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