When I delegate a task or I'm waiting for input from someone, I set the
context to "?Waiting" and I put the person's name at the top of my task
notes, with a ? tag for example: ?Joe Smith. That way, when I'm talking to
Joe Smith about something, I can quickly search my outline for "?Joe", to
remind myself what other tasks are waiting from inputs from him.
On Monday, 16 April 2018 08:57:04 UTC+1, Aiman A wrote:
> This is a very good discussion!
> Any advice on how do you deal with "Waiting for customer input"?
> I deal with a lot of tasks/projects, and a lot of the times, I have to
> wait for a response which can take days or weeks (and I don't have control).
> I struggle when I try to manage these in MLO.
> On Sunday, 15 April 2018 00:18:08 UTC+3, robisme (Olivier R) wrote:
>> For that purpose, I use to add a subtask to the task, so that it becames
>> I give that subtask a "waiting for" context.
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