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I probably fall into the category of user that 'manages' many projects, but who's workflow doesn't always strictly adhere to how a project plan works. Detail of what needs to be done over the course of the day is usually enough for me.

My question is this. I'm putting together the outline of my plan for a tech project. Many of the tasks that I assign to myself can be done on the same day or 'simultaneously'. Although in reality I'm probably never doing two things at exactly the same time - from my perspective, it's enough to know that in one day I'm doing several different tasks.

I see the logic - I suppose the plan is forcing me to schedule exactly when I'll do each thing.

Which is the solution here?

A) I should change the way I schedule my tasks so that I specify down to when in the day I'm doing each, rather than putting multiple tasks down to be done 'some time' in the day...

B) Or is there a way for me to allow assignments of multiple tasks to myself over the course of a day

Hope I've explained it properly...

Appreciate any help


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