I have a series of items in my lists (I'm using Todoist now, but it's not a tool-specific question) which I want to keep an eye on it, like the Waiting For, but there is nothing I want to do about it, just keep an eye. When completed, just complete. The most of these items are shipping deliveries, simple things like "Delivery of the foldable knife" or "Delivery of new keyboard" (those are real items, I just translated to English). The idea is: when I receive my knife or my keyboard, I will just check as done. Just that. No follow-up actions, like "Send email saying thank you" or anything like that. Today I'm tracking these in the "waiting for" list, because I'm waiting for them. The problem is I want to change the way I organize the Todoist to use labels instead of projects (that is Todoist-specific, and I'm using the setup guide for that) so I should have an item in a list (even in the single actions list) labeled with "waiting for" to track this item. I don't believe I should do this way because even it's "single actions" list, that aren't any actions! For now, I'm having two ideas to solve that: first one is to keep an exclusive list for shipping deliveries and work on it like a project, not labels. The other way I can see is to put a reminder on my calendar with the deadline to delivery. Some explanation here: I use Google Calendar and a reminder can be set for days but without a respective timeframe, like an example will be occurring in a day, and you want to keep track of it. The obvious problem is I would lose track of the packages, because some packages don't have a very specific day to arrive, just arrive before a specific date (I use due dates to track that). What would you advise doing to track items without an action, but you would like to keep an eye on it?