Advice on managing large numbers of undated tasks
I have a large number of undated tasks such as "read book X", "visit friend Y in France", "sell Z on eBay", "catch up with Bob".
None have specific due dates but they range from minor to major and short term plan to long term plan.
As I normally look at "7 days, overdue" I don't see them and unless I actively walk through my projects. Looking at the undated view becomes cumbersome with a large number of tasks, especially as many undated tasks are sub-tasks of dated tasks - I don't need to see them yet.
I'm migrating to Todoist from Life Balance where this was handled by using locations (eg Home, Shops, Blue Sky) and inheritance in sub-tasks (undated tasks effectively inherit due dates from the parent).
What do people do in Todoist? Labels look promising, or perhaps sorting the undated list by priority?
I feel there are some potential feature requests here, eg:
* Sort by neglect, how long has this task been ignored?
* Possible addition, allow postpone to push it back
* Undated sub-tasks inherit the parent's due date.