Prioritization is not the same as priority (I think)
Re the definition, "An item's priority as a result of the item being prioritized." And the following on the page:
- Usage disputed: Simply referring to the original noun sense of an item's given priority is certain to be less confusing, as well as gramatically correct.
The word sounds to me like it means something different from priority. Sounds more like the process or idea of prioritizing.
Note the current sentence doesn't illustrate the meaning. Based on my understanding, I'd go for (as a first attempt):
- "I filter and label my emails to help with prioritization."
A little more satisfactory, i think, but could be better. --Chris Waterguy 15:58, 26 October 2007 (UTC)