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Re: [Orgmode] Feature Request: property for the time part of a timestamp

From: Jose Robins
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Feature Request: property for the time part of a timestamp.
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 11:10:59 -0700
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Carsten Dominik wrote:
Hi Robin,

On Jul 23, 2008, at 9:57 AM, Jose Robins wrote:

I've been extensively using column mode in the agenda buffer to plan my day/week. I have columns set up for scheduled and deadline. However, I was wondering if it'd be possible to expose just the "time" part of the scheduled timestamp as a property so that I could have a column for the time part of the timestamp (without the date). This would allow one to look @ the daily agenda and schedule time for tasks with just that column without bothering about the date (after all I'm already in today's agenda; so there is no need to see the date).

This would in principle be possible of course, basically a filter when displaying the column.

Also if it'd be possible to sort the column view based on that column's contents it'd be great. That way, all the tasks will be sorted based on the time of the day that the task has been scheduled for. I guess I'm trying to use the column view similar to the time grid.

This does not make sense becaue column view still uses the outline structure of your file.  Why don't you just use the agenda or a timeline view for this?

Hi Carsten,
I'm actually using the column view in the *agenda* buffer. Hence the request for a sort option. Let me see if the timeline view works similar to what I want

- Carsten

Not sure if others' sort of planning methodology would benefit from this or not. I'm open to other ideas  that folks may feel is more efficient for achieving this as well.

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