I think this could be ok.
Originally Posted by Tado
I have had times when I was doing my weekly review and looking over my someday/maybe lists, and either saw an action on there that was a 2 minute action that I could get done right away but the rest of it was left in the someday/maybe section.
also sometimes just reviewing your someday/maybe list might trigger in your head new actions that you never thought of before, or old actions that you forgot to put into your system, and if they are 2 minute actions you can do them right then and there.
I believe David Allen's 2-minute rule applies to actions you're definitely planning
Originally Posted by shane_k
to do and can do right now -- that is, to actions for the context you're in.
So, as you say, 2-minute actions for other contexts go into your system.
I also generally apply the 2-minute rule when I'm recopying lists of actions.
That's a good idea, labelling them as 2-minute actions. I might do that;
or, I might not, because I might like to re-assess each time how long it will
take. For example, I might decide to write a short email instead of a long one,
or vice versa; and besides, my cutoff can be longer or shorter than 2 minutes
at different times.