Did you possibly mean prioritizing?
- v. present participle of prioritise.
“That's very helpful in prioritising and recognising slippage.”
“You are NOT feeble, you are prioritising, which is good.”
“The department has also abandoned a controversial system, used since 1986, of "prioritising" the ethnic origins of people with mixed ancestry.”
“A lot of what is mistaken for addiction is this kind of prioritising between conflicting demands.”
“The consultation will looking at traffic management practices, such as prioritising one kind of traffic over another and conditions under which this is unfair, and whether or not competition between ISPs and the transparency requirements of the new telecom framework are sufficient to enable consumer choice and avoid problems.”
“The Villa manager has already expressed fears of player burn-out but it is the combination of injuries and suspensions to key players, together with the realisation that Champions League football could be within reach, that has prompted O'Neill to talk of "prioritising" in the weeks ahead unless there is significant movement in the transfer market.”
“As far as compromise is concerned, never have that in mind - I would term it as 'prioritising”
“Officials made clear that the new rights would still be subject to clinical decisions on questions such as prioritising which patients should get vaccines first.”
“Mr Ainsworth, who for all his talk of "prioritising" could have sprung straight from the pages of Kipling, is at heart a foot soldier who to his own astonishment has become the fourth Secretary of State for Defence in as many years.”
“Perhaps a sensible place to start [with an index] would be a minimal system of prioritising needs," Brookes will tell the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.”
Looking for tweets for prioritising.