I have a question about whether there are good ways in Trello to work with many dozens of tasks.
I'm a new Trello user experimenting to see if it can help me be more productive in my personal life.
Over the years, I've created a list of dozens of "capture" tasks. They are important tasks I think of as time goes on. I "capture" them so I don't forget them. Some are more important than others. They fit in a variety of categories (e.g., house, yard, family, vehicles). Some have deadlines, others don't. Some are repeating, others aren't. Some have higher priorities than others.
I've played enough with Trello to know that working with less than ~10 tasks is pretty easy (e.g., Backlog, Priority, Today, Waiting, Done). However, I can't see how I could efficiently work with a list of 20-30 or many more tasks. Only about 10-12 tasks appear in view. Scrolling to see all the tasks is challenging. It feels overwhelming to me.
The bottom line is that I don't have a good way of managing my super long to-do list. I avoid it. I don't like it. I act on what I "must" do and struggle to manage the rest. It feels bad.
My question: Do you have suggestions for working with very long lists of tasks? Whether in Trello or somewhere else?
Thanks in advance!
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