[chandler-users] items, collections, finding
G.J.Perrin at bton.ac.uk
Wed Mar 17 22:22:45 PDT 2010
Alexander Fox wrote:
> What's the best way to share notes between collections without losing
> track of them?
Drag the item from one collection to another. This presents the single item
in both collections.
(In this way Chandler Desktop is distinctly different from, say, Apple iCal.
To have a task in multiple collections in iCal, you would need to copy, then
manage multiple copies of the item.)
add collections to other collections
That's not possible, but the 'spheres' concept may be of interest:
e.g. put all my business projects under an @Office context
1. Create a collection named 'office'
2. drag items to that collection.
Alternatively: add a distinctive keyword to items, then use the quick entry
field to find.
(Hint: /find @office will find items that include the word office (without
the @) so a keyword such as officecontext might me more useful.)
As a GTDer, I'd like to use both contexts and projects as "buckets" for my
notes (actions). I assume that "collections" act as both projects and
Sorry, I'm not familiar with GTD.
<http://blog.chandlerproject.org/2008/03/14/chandler-and-gtd/> (2008) may be
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