'next actions' vs 'project-specific sometime-soon actions'
Throughout the day, ideas for actions that contribute to specific projects come to mind. I will NOT get to them today, maybe not even this week. They are too specific and too immediate to park in a someday-maybe list, but, if I put them in my next action list, they just clutter it up.
I am using outlook tasks with categories for various contexts, as well as a category for all my projects. Question is, what is the best place to park 'project-specific someday-soon-next-actions'?
In your project support material?
I would put it in your project support material; if that's a Task in Outlook, make a note in the free form text area. The point is, whenever you do a review of your project and looks for next actions, you should see this reminder, for when you eventually need it, but it shouldn't clutter your lists, as you said.
Originally Posted by ArcCaster
Using OneNote To Maximize Effectiveness with GTD
Bishblaize, when you use OneNote for GTD, does it replace any part of your GTD system? I recently began using it and want to get the most out of it.
Do you have different notebooks for each context or simply different tabs for each context? Please tell me more about how you're using OneNote and finding it helpful to you.