|Subject:||[O] Agenda and Relocated Files|
|Date:||Thu, 04 Aug 2016 15:49:22 -0400|
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I am just getting into both Emacs
and Org Mode, and I tried to find the answer in the manual and
archive. If it's in the manual I don't yet understand enough to
have recognized it and the mailing list archive is returning:
<dir.gmane.org’s server DNS address could not be found>|
I only have about 10-12 org files so far, but I just realized for my productivity and workflow I really need to redesign my folder system. I currently only have 5-6 of them in the agenda list. I suspect I will need to add and remove them from the agenda list after I change their location.
Is that correct? Emacs won't automatically detect such a move will it? I've heard there's a mode for causing butterfly wing-flapping to cause radiation to change bits (or some such), so I'm thinking maybe.
It won't be much trouble at this point, but I figure this may be something that comes up again. I realize I could just add an entire folder to the agenda list, but I anticipate really only having about 10 org files that need to be added to the agenda, so I am thinking:
Design directory structure --> Move Files Accordingly--> Change Agenda List
Or is there a C-c C-? razzle-dazzle that does it?
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