In the coaching I've done over the past several years, I've found that when people get the system complete and current, this kind of review/view is not necessary, and they don't use it.How can I see all my actionable tasks under a certain project when I uncollapse that category?
This may not describe you, so, let me share this bit:
I worked to learn Outlook for all of its functionality for action and project managment. Now, I use Outlook desktop these days. I like the CTRL+SHIFT+F )Advanced Find feature a lot. In seminars, this is a great way to "reduce the fears" people have of organizing by context.
What I do is put a "keyword" in each line of each Action and Project. Then, when I do an Advanced Find, I just type in that word and ALL my actions come up, regardless of context.
So, if I want to work on a project, like a client visit, I get all the current (and completed) tasks in one view.
(by the way, this works if you organize in Palm Desktop, or even Excel!)