Also, when filming indoors, change out your practical lights to match your lights you buy. It makes life so much easier when trying to set white balance, and for color correction/grading in post.
Huge detail that most folks forget about. Adding daylight (5600k) to warm (3200k) will drive you nuts in post production. Gel any other light you can see or swap the bulb to the color you're working with.
So if you're going to be shooting in daylight, what do you use for additional lighting? Thanks!
Keep in mind that 'daylight' can be two different things - color temp of a light in kelvin, or actually being outside during the day. And then there is the 'golden hour'.
If you use a warm like like a TOTA, you'd use a CTB gel to change it to daylight, unless you're using it as a key light and you want to warm up your subject (aka they're pale or from Oregon). Or use a light that's balanced to daylight (for example Arri HMI). CTO and CTB gel's allow you to color correct one temp to another.
Basically you don't want a mix of the bulbs below used in the same shot.