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Pomodoro encourages you to put interruptions into other tasks (more or less) but, sometimes, these new tasks can be very short - literally 5 minutes of work. Or 10.

If I am using a 25-5 work-break cycle, how should I treat tasks which take less time than my work cycle takes?

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marked as duplicate by Rory Alsop Feb 15 '13 at 12:02

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Pomodoro should be applied where you really need time box. For petty tasks you don't need pomodoro. Just mark them in some GTD app and finish them.

Read : my question on the same.

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I haven't found your question. It's a good advice, thank you. –  Maurycy Zarzycki Feb 15 '13 at 10:42

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