Here's another take on how detailed your next actions should be. Think about how detailed they need to be if you ever have to delegate those tasks either by choice or through death or injury. I keep a lot of the day to day financial and sheep management recurring taasks in my OF system. it's about half of what I track. My next actions for those things are very detailed when I create them. They function like a checklist for me but they are detailed enough that snyone with access to my computer, filing system and the password to my password manager can take them and do them. Actions that say for example "download and file statement x" have in teh notes the web site and also the folder location on my computer where it goes. In essense they are microcoded. When I do those actions I roll right past the action support material of the note because I know how to do it. But it's there for someone else if needed. Right now I'm automating a lot of those actions using Hazel and so I'm slowly changing the note to include that Hazel does the rename of files and transfer to the filing system automatically but still lists where they end up.