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Re: [O] GTD in org mode - in which project is this action ?

From: Clément Mayet
Subject: Re: [O] GTD in org mode - in which project is this action ?
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 11:53:12 +0200

Thank you ! That could do the trick. However I planned to use categories (in fact file names) for the different areas (Personnal, Work, Research, Administrative). If I do as you suggest, I could probably use tags for these areas instead of category...


2012/9/19 Bastien <address@hidden>
Hi Clément,

Clément Mayet <address@hidden> writes:

> Thank you Bastien for your quick answer.
> My understanding of the C-c C-x < command is that you restrict the
> agenda view to one headline (i;e project in our case). How do you use
> the :CATEGORY: property then ? Do you copy the project's name in that
> property (or something shorter that makes you remember wich project
> it is) ?

I use something short, but the top-level headlines are short too.

For example, this is my "Org-mode" project:

* Org-mode

** blabla
** blabla


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