I've done a similar thing by using text (in your case this would be "SAL") in the action, to pull together those tasks into one perspective. I have one which pulls together recurring actions (mundane routine tasks etc. that are good to review together) which all have the text "recur" in them. These all live in various projects in separate folders. I have "recur" for work tasks and "rpt" for home tasks and I use these perspectives every day to act as reminders for all my repeating actions.
Pay AMEX bill: rpt
Check Time Capsule backup: rpt
Ring to arrange car service: rpt
Review mail inbox: recur
Write work roster: recur
The way I've done this is firstly to create a Perspective I've called Search.
This shows everything - available and unavailable, on hold, dropped etc.. Incidentally, this is what I click on to then use the Search field in the menu bar for anything that needs a comprehensive search.
The next step is to actually enter the search term. For you this will be SAL.
(I have this Search Perspective as the icon next to the search field for easy access):
You will then be given a list of ALL these pulled together actions. Now save this view as a perspective. You can tweak the settings in the Perspective for availability etc. Voila!
I have mine set to available actions and to context view so that i can also see these perspectives synced on my iPhone, iPad etc.
When I discovered this trick I was wrapped. The possibilities are endless. You simply need to use a keyword to pull the tasks together.