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Re: [O] Viewing the agenda for a specific date

From: Marco Wahl
Subject: Re: [O] Viewing the agenda for a specific date
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2017 15:56:01 +0100
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Luke <address@hidden> writes:

> Sometimes I would like to see the agenda as it would appear if I
> generated it tomorrow. I know that I can change the date of the agenda
> view using org-agenda-goto-date, but any tasks that are scheduled
> today (or have a deadline set today, or in the past) don't appear in
> the agenda views for any future dates.
> This means that when I view the agenda for tomorrow, any tasks that
> are specified to be done today don't appear. Ideally, what I'd like to
> do is fool the org agenda into thinking that tomorrow's date is the
> current date ("today").
> I've Googled for this but haven't been able to find an answer either
> way. Is there a way to 'fake' "today's date" when generating the
> agenda?

You could give https://melpa.org/#/hack-time-mode a try.

Best regards,


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