Schedule Your Tasks
You might have hundreds of tasks in your to-do list but you can only do one of them at a time.
Which one will you do next?
Give each task a priority, start date and due date to help you decide.
Priority and Urgency
Use priority to bring a task to the top of the pile.
Mark tasks that must be done today as High Priority, and mark less urgent tasks as Medium or Low Priority.
List your high priority tasks and do them first.
If you are using the MYN time management system, you can set TaskAngel Online to use an MYN setup with Urgency Zones.
See also: The Power of Now - How to make the perfect to do list in one minute
If you have a task you don't need to work on yet, give it a future start date.
Hide tasks that start in the future, and you don't have to worry about them for a while.
Did you promise to do a task by a given date?
Record that as the task's Due Date.
For more precision, add a Due Time.