Makes sense to me. Try them for a while and if they don't work change your contexts.
Originally Posted by LordCope
I found it much more efficient to separate computer tasks by the software or machine I need to use not by what the task is for. At times I have had contexts of @Mac Excel or @google search or @scrivener. Within that context there would be things for my personal life and things for my work life. I am self employed and usually can choose contexts to work in as I work from home. So for me the biggest win in terms of efficiency is not skipping around to different packages or machines but just focusing on one and working through all the actions there. When I no longer needed that level of detail in contexts I deleted the extra ones and got back to just @computer and @computer internet
Which brings me to my own re-do of contexts. I need to refine my 2 @computer contexts back to being by SW package, they are too long and I find myself jumping in and out a lot to get stuff done and I know that is not efficient.
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