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Originally Posted by johnsel View Post
1) You can set a context to be "on hold". What does that mean?
Just wanted to jump in and answer this bit - "Dropping" a context leaves it in the database but puts any actions assigned to that context in the "no context" state. It's meant for contexts that you can't delete but don't want to use any more.

By comparison, a context that's "On Hold" is one that you want to hide temporarily. Example: I spend a good chunk of the year in another country, but while I'm in the US, I don't need to see the actions assigned to those contexts on my Remaining list. They get put on hold, which hides them.