use prioritisation in a sentence.
I think with the prioritisation / reordering features on mobile it's more of a Google Tasks replacement seeing as how GTasks has received very little attention since it was launched.
Personally I'd be very happy to have prioritisation based on they type of data.
So yeah, I agree that if you talk of type of data "as a group" prioritisation should be allowed.
Bug Trackers also play an important prioritisation role - a central location to decide what work is most important right now.
I agree with your general perspective; but also, I see obvious benefits to charging for one's product directly from the user; revenue increases as you grow, no conflicting interests or prioritisations between advertisers and users.
If you need a boss to make all of the prioritisation and deadline decisions, you won't make it as an entrepreneur.
The joy I suspect of ignorant bug prioritisation - seen by some as no big deal where in fact it means that the organisation is violating both US and European law as well as causing brand damage (either of which would usually make a bug priority 1 in any normal organisation).
I like the so-called Steve Jobs prioritisation (can't remember where I heard this attributed to SJ).
If the team assemble their sprint backlog, they'll do their own prioritisation which may not sync with the product owner's.
The kicker, for me, is the prioritisation between happiness now and happiness later.
It's really a case of poor time management and prioritisation.
I've found that when we are confident, relaxed and grounded in the present moment, prioritisation tends to take care of itself, in as much as 'what's next' becomes quite clear and obvious.
The completion / uncompletion works well, with the filtering and also the prioritisation - some nice neat little UI touches.