In this Mem tutorial, you'll learn three methods for prioritizing your most important work. The Mem Inbox, Stars, and Tags are easy ways to prioritize without getting overwhelmed by all the other knowledge you have in Mem.

Prioritizing tasks in Mem is important because it allows you to focus on the most important work first. This is especially helpful when you have a lot of knowledge in Mem and need to focus on a specific task.

Method 1: The Mem Inbox

The first method is the Mem Inbox. You can use the Inbox to capture anything that comes to mind, regardless of where you are. When you're ready to prioritize, simply review your Inbox and decide what's most important. From there, you can add items to your workspace or create new notes.

The Mem Inbox is a great way to prioritize tasks. You can add tasks to your Inbox by clicking the + button in the top right corner of the screen. Then, click on the Inbox tab to view all of your tasks.

The Mem Inbox is great for those who like to keep their options open. You can add anything that comes to mind and then sort through it later.

Method 2: Stars

You can also prioritize tasks by tagging them with stars. To do this, click on the task and then click on the star in the top right corner. Tasks that are tagged with stars will appear in the Starred section of Mem.

You can use stars to highlight the most important items in your workspace. Items with stars will appear at the top of your workspace, making them easy to find and prioritize.

Stars are also great for temporary prioritization.

 For example, if you're working on a project and you need to reference a few items from your Mem workspace, you can star those items. Once you're done with the project, you can un-star the items and they'll revert back to their original position in your workspace.

Method 3: Tags

The third method tags. Tags are like labels that you can use to organize your work. You can create as many tags as you want, and you can add multiple tags to each item in your workspace. To do this, simply click on the tag icon next to an item and select the appropriate tags.

Tags are great for long-term organization. For example, if you have a workspace for your personal life and a workspace for your work life, you can use tags to keep track of which items belong in each workspace.

No matter which method you use, the goal is the same: to prioritize your work so that you can get the most important things done. By using the Mem Inbox, stars, and tags, you'll be able to quickly and easily identify what's most important, ensuring that you always stay on track