Best way is to try it and see. I break down my computer tasks by machine (@Computer Mac, @Computer MacBook and @Computer iPad) and by software package (@Computer Grassroots, @Computer Scrivener or @Computer LightRoom) and sometimes by location (@Computer GoDaddy) and also by network status (@Computer Internet). I do not live where Internet is always available and the mental energy for changing tasks from one software package to another is also a drag.
Originally Posted by Dano85
Feel free to create, use and then delete contexts on a whim. My contexts frequently change as my needs change. Right now I have a bunch of specific contexts for different fields and farm buildings. In winter they tend to contract into a generic @Outside context.
I like to try to split a context when I get more than about 35 actions in it. That is about the limit I can effectively review quickly when deciding what to do next using the rest of the decision model of time, energy and priority.
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