I have folders setup for Next, Someday and Waiting-for which I use for standalone tasks, and one folder for each project. So project tasks live in their own folder.
Originally Posted by DanielBaird
I generally only have one task (the next action) in each project folder. I used to populate project folders with all of the actions I could think of that needed to be done, like a project plan, but that just felt overwhelming to me. Now I just have the next task that needs to be done and when I do that, I create the next task. Sometimes I put notes in the task about future steps as a reminder.
I like to use the Focus list in Todo - it's set to display tasks that are due today and tasks that are starred. This is my daily work list. It display standalone next actions, project next actions and waiting-for tasks if I've set a due date as a tickler to chase up.
I use the Todo Pro web interface at work (on a Windows PC), the iPhone version while mobile and either the Mac version or iPad version at home. The iPad version has a beautiful user interface and is fun to use.