I'm having a hard time keeping the relationship between an item in my "waiting for" or "Next Actions" associated with a specific project. I often times ask myself, did I put this in my "waiting for" list already? Then I have to spend time going through my waiting for list and understanding which projects are associated with what. So then I worry if i put it in waiting for which defeats the purpose of the system. I am still setting up my system and this is a big gap for me so I hope others have figured this out. I am using Outlook and Onenote. I have a @WAITING FOR folder in my email that I am using. I have a "waiting for" list in my Onenote. So just two things to look at to know what I'm waiting on. I CC myself on emails I am waiting for and it automatically goes in that folder. But now I have a good amount of things in that folder, and it isn't obvious without spending a minute or two reading through each one as to which project it is associated with. So the question is, how do you know which waiting for items are tied to a project without reading through each of my waiting for items? If during your weekly review, you are checking on the status of a project, what mechanism are you using to look at a project and know what you are waiting for? As this is also the most common question I will get from others is, what is the status of this project? Other than keeping the status of the project in your head, how can you keep this in your system? The same problem exists for my "Next Actions" list which I am keeping in my Outlook tasks. I have categories for some contexts right now, but how can I tie those "Next Actions" outlook tasks back to a project easily? I found if i create the task via Onenote, then it creates a link so I can right click the task and it takes me to the Onenote area so I can determine the project that way but this takes more time than I was hoping for. Thank you in advance and hopefully I elaborated well enough.