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A priority matrix is a way to compare tasks, goals or objectives.
How to create a priority matrix?
Split your tasks up according to the following:
- Urgent Important,
- Urgent Not Important
- Important Not Urgent
- Not important Not Urgent
Types of task?
How long will it take you to complete the task? Short tasks can perhaps be done right now. Longer tasks / projects may need further planning and this would involve using other organisation / project management tools.
- Quick (Task) can it be done now?
- Mid-length (write the feature/benefit) – need scoping.
- Involved (Epics) – need extended planning.