I farm and do computer consulting and work and home are the same location but I find contexts incredibly useful. I have them not just for physical locations (West Orchard Pasture, Shop Building, Red Barn) but also for other "tools" needed (Outside with Help) and for various programs at times as needed (@Computer Grassroots, @Computer Android Programming, @Computer Internet). I do have @Phone Business Hours and @Phone as separate contexts as some calls can be made almost any time and others need to be during regular business hours. I also have 2 contexts for the 2 basic towns we travel to to do shopping. Reason is that one of them is 75 miles away, when we are there we need todo all the errands in that location to save fuel.
Originally Posted by Zac
It takes a lot of energy to change focus from one app to another or from one pace to another so I try to minimize that. Just because I can choose to be in any context I have almost any time doesn't mean that contexts are not useful.
Feel free to create, use and delete contexts on a whim as you need them.
Oogie McGuire - Mac, iPhone & Omnifocus
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Paonia, CO USA