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Re: [Orgmode] see subtrees in agenda

From: Daniel Goldin
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] see subtrees in agenda
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 08:18:57 -0700

Dear Manish,

Not quite. Although these are very useful enhancements while I'm at the computer, I was looking for something that I could publish -- so I could carry around a hard copy showing contextual levels.

For example

* Let Jimmy know about annual picnic
** NEXT Write letter to Jimmy                               @COMPUTER
** NEXT Send it                                                    @ERRAND

If when I look for all todo items matching NEXT, I'll see:

** Write letter
** Send it

Which when I publish doesn't tell me enough. Of course I could become more verbose in my sub-level captions, but it would be better to see relevant headlines and relevant sub-headlines.


On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:27 PM, Manish <address@hidden> wrote:
 Carsten> > On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 2:11 AM, Carsten Dominik wrote:
 Carsten> > > Can you please be more specific with your request?
 Carsten> > >  An example, maybe?

 Jeff> > I think he means something like the following:
 Jeff> >
 Jeff> > ** TODO This amazing event
 Jeff> >     DEADLINE: <2008-04-21 Mon>
 Jeff> > *** TODO First part of the event
 Jeff> > *** TODO Second part of the event
 Jeff> >
 Jeff> > And then in agenda instead of seeing just:
 Jeff> > This amazing event
 Jeff> >
 Jeff> > You'd see the subtree as well:
 Jeff> > This amazing event
 Jeff> >    First part of the event
 Jeff> >    Second part of the event

 Daniel> > That is exactly what I meant. Thanks for the example and
the translation.

 Please check out `f' (org-agenda-follow-mode) and `b'
(org-agenda-tree-to-indirect-buffer) in agenda view.  May be they
would suffice?

-- Manish

Daniel Goldin
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