My primary separation is by which computer is the minimum required to do the task. So I have @iPad, @iPhone, @MacBook and @Mac. I have an @Computer Internet top category as well. Within these I sort again by application program, so I have @Scrivener, @Omnifocus, @Silhouette, @LightRoom & Photoshop, @LibreOffice etc all within my @Mac context. Within the @Computer Internet I have @e-mail, @safari, @fetch and @GoDaddy as examples.
Originally Posted by smathews
Sure some things can go in several places. My @Safari context has all the web surfing or google research stuff, I can usually do that on any of my devices but the context is in the @Mac context for simplicity.
That's what is working for me right now. In the past I separated @Computer stuff by how much energy I thought the task would take or how much thinking was required. That works sometimes but not as well for me as by application.
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