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advice needed

dougbrown77 says:
I am a minister. As such I endeavor to minister to various individuals, have committee responsibilities and have various ongoing projects/ministries.

Examples: Homebound Individuals who I want to contact or visit regularly. People I am counseling. Leaders in respective ministries. Short term but often recurring projects such as a community festival. Hospitalized individuals. Items to be announced. Things to be discussed with individuals.

An individual might be on a committee, periodically sick, involved in a project etc.

Now any suggestions as to how to set up my RTM. Also, I like a set of tasks for a project. I think that these are often called sub-tasks. But I think RTM does not support these.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Posted at 2:57am on May 30, 2014
raymond.bergmark Power Poster says:
There are two ways to group tasks:
- List (regular or smart lists)
- Tags
I would use tags for people and committees and lists for projects.
Regular lists are easier to work with, while smart lists are more flexible.

One advantage with tags is that one task can have several tags.
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