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[Orgmode] Re: Logging work

From: Flávio de Souza
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Logging work
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 22:25:42 -0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.2 (gnu/linux)

Thanks for the help. I did not know about the agenda 'R' command.

I have just tried it. This looks like a great feature. 

Altough I did not get time for similar tasks, I think it is 
not going to be a big problem.


Bernt Hansen <address@hidden> writes:

> address@hidden (Flávio de Souza) writes:
>> I am using org mode to organize my personal projects at home 
>> and my projects at work.
>> Generally I work on two or three big projects at work and a 
>> few tasks ( not directly related to a specific  project ).
>> Org-mode is working well for me, but I also need to log working time.
>> I need logging time for every specific project task. I found that
>> org-mode has great logging work time feature and I can make many
>> kinds of reports with it. 
>> I would like to have a time summary at the end of each day for all the
>> tasks I worked on this specific day. I would like to know if it is possible
>> since I log time in different project files. Can you help me?
>> I dont know if it is clear, but in different projects I can have
>> the same type of task, so I want a summary by type of task.
> Hi Flávio,
> I'm assuming you are clocking your tasks which creates clock lines.  In
> this case the agenda can summarize your clocked tasks - it will include
> any tasks you have that contribute to the agenda (ie. are in
> org-agenda-files)
> 'R' in the agenda will display the summary report of clocked times.
> This is across multiple files but similarly named tasks will not be
> combined.  If you only want the time for a single day then limit the
> agenda to single day view (with 'd') and display the report.
> You can move the date with the left and right arrow keys and the report
> will display the summary for that date.
> HTH,
> Bernt
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