|From:||Subhan Michael Tindall|
|Subject:||Re: [O] TODO items in lists (not headings)|
|Date:||Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:23:37 +0000|
Lists are very explicitly not intended to contain TODO items.
Checkboxes provide a bit of this functionality, sort of a ‘TODO lite’
I use something like this quite a lot:
** TODO notes from meeting :meeting:steve:susan:jane:bob:action:
DEADLINE: <2014-09-19 Fri>
:LastWorked: [2014-09-18 Thu 09:14]
- Item 1
- Item 2
- [ ] action item 1
- [X] sub action item
- [ ] sub action item 2
- Item 3
extended meeting notes here
I’ve not used them at all, but there may be a way to set a statistics cookie for the headline, or if not a simple function to update a statistics-type cookie or property when an action item changes state
I do sometimes wish that I could include a TODO headline or tag a list item, but that is simply not possible under current implementations.
IE something like this:
- TODO Item 1 tags: “tag1:tag2” LastWorked: [2014-09-18 Thu 09:14]
- item 2
With properties etc. handled in a way similar to BEGIN_SRC block headers
The problem is that list items/checkbox items are NOT headlines, and all the TODO code etc. is tied to headlines.
I haven’t looked at the code but I suspect an extensive rewrite to integrate it with the rest of the headline code. Not as much if it’s kept as an isolated extension.
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