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Originally Posted by Dirklectisch View Post
A context list should only display actions that you are able to complete in that context.
I agree with this, but where you and I might differ is how we would set up the context hierarchy to begin with. I want every child level to be a dependent, sub-set of the parent level. What is more important to actually work online-a laptop or an online connection? In my thinking, my laptop is not necessary to go online-I can go online with a desktop, my phone, an iPad, etc. As such, I would (and actually have) a top level context of 'Online' that includes the children 'Email', 'Research', and 'Recreation'. If I can only access the company Intranet while in the office, I'd probably just assign those tasks to the 'Office' context or perhaps have 'Office network' as a child context of 'Office'