Best way to keep track of incomplete pages?

Often happens to be interrupted while writing documentation or maybe you don't have all the informations to complete a page.

I found this solution: I add a label "incomplete" to the page and I created a page that lists all the pages thta have the label "incomplete".

This is usable, but I'd like also to add a note to specify what I have to do on that page.

How do you keep track of incomplete pages?

2 answers

Alessandro,

A couple of ideas:

You could add a note in the field that appears when you edit a page. The field is at the bottom of the page and says: What did you change?

You could also try adding a task for yourself on the page describing what has to be done.

Cheers.

I simply add a TODO tag to the top of page, like:

TODO add a section about "foo bar"

...and add the "expire-14-11-01" tag to the page, to mark that I need to return to this on 1 November 2014 (if I know that the information will be available by then).

As we use our own automatic Archiving Plugin to get notified on that given day, I can totally forget it and continue working on something else.

Read expiration label explanation here

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