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Trying to keep things simple. I have a pile of physical paper that I don't really want to enter into OF. The pile is the action list. The thing is, I am either working on the pile or I am working on the tasks in OF. Some of the things in the pile are important, as are my action items in OF. Looking for ways to keep doing what is important.

I have a similar issue with a list of tasks in an online database. Since the tasks there also include an interface with clients, they need to see progress on those tasks, get responses from me etc. So I can't ignore that list and simply enter it all into OF (much as I would rather do that).

What I'm looking for are ideas to that keep things simple, but all those areas outside of OF get addressed, or I some how use OF to address these issues. I have a thought but don't want to bias people. I expect someone may suggest this idea but I will wait for them to do that.

If you have a similar problem or an idea on how I might address these issues, while keeping in mind my desire for simplicity, whether using OF or not, I'd greatly appreciate a response.
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