Thanks for the feddback guys
If you have a list of actions that must be done in a certain order for a project, those should NOT be on your context lists. This is a project plan, and it should be with your project support materials. Only the very next thing you could possibly do for a project should be on your context list.
I suspect that if you have full project plans on your context lists, this may contribute to the need to have the project tied to the next action... there is just too much stuff to keep track of! Cutting your context lists back to only the very NEXT action for each project will help keep things linked together in your mind, and you won't have to manage that connection directly in your system.
Last edited by jknecht; 01-16-2008 at 05:04 AM. Reason: clarification
Thanks for he reply. I do have a seperate project plan (in MS Project). However I have several concurrent tasks;thus, several next actions per project, which is I why I wanted to allocate to a project show project name.