on January 17, 2015 by admin in Uncategorized, Comments (0)

Example RTM Setup

Setup the following lists

For Business

smart list ‘_business’:  list:clients or list:internal or list:education

smart list ‘_business_scheduled: (list:_business) and ((status:incomplete and (priority:1 or priority:2 or priority:3)) or completed:today)

smart list ‘_business_anytime: list:_business and ((due:never or dueWithin:”1 days of today” or dueBefore:today ) or ((priority:1 or priority:2 or priority:3) and dueWithin:”1 days of today” ))

For Private endeavors

smart list ‘_private’:  list:house or list:car or list:leisure or list:friends

smart list ‘_private_scheduled: (list:_private) and ((status:incomplete and (priority:1 or priority:2 or priority:3)) or completed:today)

smart list ‘_private_anytime: list:_private and ((due:never or dueWithin:”1 days of today” or dueBefore:today ) or ((priority:1 or priority:2 or priority:3) and dueWithin:”1 days of today” ))

In Task Planner

Create a view by date and populate it with the smart list ‘_business_scheduled’

Create a view by list and populate it with the smart list ‘_business_anytime’

Create a view by date and populate it with the smart list ‘_private_scheduled’

Create a view by list and populate it with the smart list ‘_private_anytime’

Save the configuration

Usage

Tasks with a priority 1-3 will show up in the “scheduled” views, i.e. these are the ones you want to do at a certain date. Plan your week by moving the tasks between the days (drag and drop).

Task without priority will show up in the “anytime” views. Choose a topic you want to work on, rearrange the tasks in a sequence you like (drag and drop) and start working on the first one.

 

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