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How to handle the GTD concept of 'levels of altitude' on in iPhone app? Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Hi folks,

im trying to implement the idea of the different views (10k 20k etc) in OminiFocus on IPhone. But it seems not trivial for me. How did you resolve it?

Thanks

se6y117
 
I think the most common approach I've seen discussed here is to make folders for the various levels of altitude, and put projects into whichever folder is most appropriate for it. Does that help at all?

If not, feel free to post more detail about what you're struggling with and folks here can try to help...
 
I think that the idea of higher levels in GTD is that they represent a series of prompts for generating potential projects and tasks rather than a place to store those projects. To that end, active projects, whether they involve changing a lightbulb or reaching spiritual nirvana should still be listed in project list with a context and physical next action associated with each.

If that's the case, then a folder 'Higher Levels' with single-action lists for each level should work.
 
 


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