When management produces a list of priorities but every item on the list is #1 priority. So some items are in BOLD to signify their even greater priority over other priorities.

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    kinda sounds like me using z-index
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    Time to call a meeting to discuss mental health
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    And some of them even have underlines and/or are circled to show even even more priority...
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    I would not be surprised if they had a spreadsheet with unordered priorities with colors @Becky
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    @azous actually, my boss, instead of using an other color pen, writes over the same thing "bolding" as well...
    I'm the one using the color codes mostly, with my daily priorities - but that's to identify the project the task belongs to :D
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    Please take a look at trello/self hosted youtrack , thank me latter @Becky
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    @azous I'm using trello already πŸ˜‰

    This mostly is applicable to the lists i get from the boss... Printed.. *insert facepalm* I asked him countless times to just send the doc, but nooooo.... 😀😭😭

    Edit: I'll check out the other as soon as I get to the office ☺️
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    Oh my fucking god he sends you printed , I'm so sorry.

    Check it out YouTrack by Jetbrains

    You can have a self hosted up to 10 users full version for free, I'm loving it.
    Its like trello on superpowers
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    Just got a new printed page:
    Title: High priority
    1. Top priority (a-h) sublist
    2. Close to top priority (a-g)
    3. Soon priority (a-c)

    Please send your comments... It's printed, should i write on the paper and scan it or what? xD
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    "If you have only top priorities, you actually have no priorities at all"
    Can't remember where I heard that, but it always fits perfectly in such situations.
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    Hahahahah what the fuck ... "Soon priority" made me laugth πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    I think you could do One of both:

    1- talk to him about it, how printing want both your time and his time, specially the project time.

    2- start doing the same, whom he asks for a report or something you just print and give him.

    Maybe do both so he realizes ?

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    @azous I'm glad you can laugh at the situation it's really annoying here πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    The problem with printing it "back" to him is that he does have most of his work printed and filed... (50+, not really technical guy)
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    @azous org-mode
    Free, fantastic, extensible, and it handles a lot of other stuff as well!
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