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  1. Keep the note rolling but keep the top part of the note for the next set of assignments. Do not use the title bar for the notes title, instead use the first line of the note (the blank title bar will then "look" at the first line and use that as the title, if the first line is changed, the title will automatically change). So on for Day 1 (Monday) first line is : PaulW To Do 1st March 2012 (1/3/2012) 1. write weekly report 2. prepare for Wednesday marketing meeting 3. research widgets (for Thursday product meeting) 4. analyse last weeks overtime overspend and recommend new rules on authorising overtime At the end of the day PaulW completed items 1 and 2 but is still working on 3 and 4. He changes the note like this... PaulW To Do 1st March 2012 ACTIONED 3. research widgets (for Thursday product meeting) 4. analyse last weeks overtime overspend and recommend new rules on authorising overtime Completed 1. write weekly report 2. prepare for Wednesday marketing meeting ----- You can then search for ACTIONED To Do and you rollover the note for the next day like this.... PaulW To Do 2nd March 2012 3. research widgets (for Thursday product meeting) 4. analyse last weeks overtime overspend and recommend new rules on authorising overtime (I need this by end of today Paul) 5. draft some words about the new project for Fridays department meeting 6. fit a new whiteboard in my office / the old one is now full Completed DID YOU INCLUDE HOLIDAY PLANNING? 1. write weekly report AGREED 2. prepare for Wednesday marketing meeting The title always reflects the top line, which contains the main search criteria So at all times you can search on ACTIONED or To DO. there is feedback in both directions the list is rolling the items are always uniquely numbered and that number is incremented when you add a new item you choose when to start a new list, weekly, monthly, whenever. /hope that helps. regards Paul Wilson (London, England - hence the date formatting!)
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