Google Calendar becomes dysfunctional. Too many day - specific actions.
I've just encountered a huge problem with my Google Calendar. The calendar is my "hard landsape" and sticking to GTD principles this is the place to hold my time- and day-specific actions.
The problem when reviewing past calendar data for reporting purposes. There is just too many day-specific actions (which are all-day appointments - i do not use Google Tasks). The "real" appointments are mixed up with to-do items, and important stuff is kinda blended with lower priority ones like "call Joe".
My questions are:
1. Should I create separate calendar for To-Do's in my Google Calendar? That's extra couple of clicks when entering data to gCal, but might work.
2. What to do with completed day-specific actions (all day appointments)? Some of them, like "Call Joe" can be surely deleted, but others are important (reporting, etc). I dont want to spend time tinkering too much with completed actions, reassessing which ones are ok to keep. And there is no priorities in GTD.
I'm kinda stuck with dysfunctional calendar