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Re: [Orgmode] Release 6.10

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Release 6.10
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 17:15:09 +0200

Hi Manish,

this works just fine for me, can you try to explain again what exactly does not work?

- Carsten

On Oct 23, 2008, at 4:46 PM, Manish wrote:

On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 1:03 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote:
Enhancements to secondary agenda filtering

 This is, I believe, becoming a killer feature.  It allows you
 to define fewer and more general custom agenda commands, and
 then to do the final narrowing to specific tasks you are
 looking for very quickly, much faster than calling a new
 agenda command.

 If you have not tries this yet, you should!

* You can now refining the current filter by an additional criterion
When filtering an existing agenda view with `/', you can
now narrow down the existing selection by an additional
condition.  Do do this, use `\' instead of `/' to add the
additional criterion.  You can also press `+' or `-' after
`/' to add a positive or negative condition.  A condition
can be a TAG, or an effort estimate limit, see below.

Thanks for enhancing this already awesome feature.

I use this mostly to get rid of TODAY and NEXT tags which I
apply to select an entry for execution in the near future,
which I often prefer to specific time scheduling.

I like this.  I end up pushing many of the tasks forward each day.  I
think it's better to use standard agenda for timed tasks
(appointments, deadlines etc.) and add another block for tasks tagged
for today and next actions (do anytime tasks.)  So I created an agenda
view that has standard agenda, a block of tags query to include tasks
tagged "Today" and another block with tasks tagged "Next".  But it
seems filter applies only to the standard agenda block and does not
show any task from the other two blocks.  Can it be done at all?

-- Manish

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