Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-17 Thread Michal Politowski
On Sun, 13 Aug 2017 02:02:00 +, Raymond Zeitler wrote: > Does anyone schedule and "org-clock" interruptions?  I really need to > quantify how much of a drain they are to my productivity. > I thought I'd include a generic "** TODO Interruption" in my todo.org (or an > inter.org file) and

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Bob Newell
Solutions to the interruption problem are definitely individual. In my case I simply tracked frequency of interruptions. I got from that the bottom line that I should not try to work at home--- a conclusion that I probably needed no software support to justify. When I switched to working at

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Tim Cross
t; - Ray > > From: Tim Cross <theophil...@gmail.com> > To: Michael Welle <mwe012...@gmx.net> > Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org > Sent: Sunday, August 13, 2017 5:45 AM > Subject: Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question > > > I'm not sure

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Raymond Zeitler
retroactively using a similar function in org. - Ray From: Christophe Schockaert <r3vli...@citadels.eu> To: Raymond Zeitler <zei...@yahoo.com> Cc: "emacs-orgmode@gnu.org" <emacs-orgmode@gnu.org> Sent: Sunday, August 13, 2017 5:56 AM Subject: Re: [O] Tracking Interru

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Raymond Zeitler
017 10:48 PM Subject: Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question Raymond Zeitler <zei...@yahoo.com> writes: > Does anyone schedule and "org-clock" interruptions?  I really need to > quantify how much of a drain they are to my productivity. > > I thou

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Christophe Schockaert
Raymond Zeitler writes: > Does anyone schedule and "org-clock" interruptions? I really need to quantify > how much of a drain they are to my productivity. > I thought I'd include a generic "** TODO Interruption" in my todo.org (or an > inter.org file) and schedule it every day. Then I'd press

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Tim Cross
I'm not sure there is any *good* way to track interruptions. As pointed out by others, interruptions are not equal and the actual length of the interruption is not necessarily a good reflection of the actual impact to your productivity. I've found two things which have helped me. One has helped

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-13 Thread Michael Welle
Hello, Eric Abrahamsen writes: > Raymond Zeitler writes: > >> Does anyone schedule and "org-clock" interruptions? I really need to >> quantify how much of a drain they are to my productivity. >> >> I thought I'd include a generic "** TODO

Re: [O] Tracking Interruptions -- Work Flow Question

2017-08-12 Thread Eric Abrahamsen
Raymond Zeitler writes: > Does anyone schedule and "org-clock" interruptions? I really need to > quantify how much of a drain they are to my productivity. > > I thought I'd include a generic "** TODO Interruption" in my todo.org (or an > inter.org file) and schedule it every