I have read some topics which are similar in respect to the question I will ask but I figured to post a new topic as I want to ask for a specific method to proceed.
This is the thread I found with some good answers relative to my question - Best method to learn all chords on piano
My situation: I have learnt the major and minor chords and know how to formulate them, no problem there. It did not take very long to learn them as I had already covered some prior to digging into all of them. I know there's so much you can do with chords and I'm slacking a bit on this aspect, I can now make melodies using single notes within scales but would also like to add in chords and more importantly want it to be a natural process for me where I know where everything fits well together.
There's a list of chord types I'm interested in: 1) Major Chords (Covered) 2) Minor Chords (Covered) 3) Sevenths (Covered some here and there I know about 6 chords well using maj/min 7ths) 4) Suspended-2 & 4 chords - theoretically know how to form them but don't know any of them yet except Gsus2 (G C D) due to it being in a song I was learning and it stuck in. 5) Inversions
My task list is pretty demanding, I'd love to be able to do all of this and utilise it in my own compositions. Any ideas how to go forth, is it best to practice chords singularly first then combine them in context with playing a song or writing a composition?