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The way I have my folders set up in Omnifocus is:
I have a personal folder, I have a work folder and I have a maintenance folder and I also have a someday maybe folder which also has subfolders for things to buy, books to read, and etc.

I was using the maintenance folder for all of the projects that I wanted to maintain. For example monthly payments, computer backup, house cleaning and etc.

But after a while I noticed that almost all of those projects are repeating. I also wanted to see a list of all of my repeating projects in OmniFocus because I was afraid that something might fall through the cracks because those projects often have start dates and are off the radar so to speak.

Im going to use this maintenance folder for all of my repeating projects now. I think this makes a lot of sense.

I'm curios about how other people are using folders in Omnifocus to group projects, do you have anything similar to maintenance folder?
I have a folder for regular project, e.g.

Daily tasks
Weekly review
Monthly Housekeeping
Monthly Review
Regular tasks
GTD System reviews

Sounds similar to your system.

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