Using the Getting Things Done methodology in the LeaderTask organizer
GTD is an action management strategy and also a system of methods and techniques the purpose of which is to help a modern person complete more and get tired less. The GTD abbreviation stands for Getting Things Done which is the name of a book by an American business trainer David Allen.
The main principles of GTD with examples of how it can be done in LeaderTask:
1) Organizing information. All incoming information must be stored in one place. This way it is easier to view it and find what you need. And all information should be divided into actions, i.e. what you should do (tasks in LeaderTask), and reference information (notes in LeaderTask).
2) Grouping tasks by context. It is better to perform tasks that have the same context (place, person, event, …) together (several at a time) even if they belong to different projects.
context Bank: it is better to do all tasks related to the bank at once instead of doing only part of them belonging to some project/task.
context John Smith: when you see this person, it is better to solve all problems...