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Re: [O] OReanalyzing archived TO-DOs

From: Matt Lundin
Subject: Re: [O] OReanalyzing archived TO-DOs
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2016 15:40:47 -0500
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Hi Avery,

Avery Chan <address@hidden> writes:

> One problem is what to do with completed tasks. They clutter up my
> todo list so I usually archive them to another file. My problem is
> that after archiving them, I can't compare the 'effort' with the
> actual 'clock time' easily (i.e. using `C-c C-x C-c    
> (org-agenda-columns)` doesn't return the same results in my original
> org file as it does in the archived file.)

I can't replicate this. Could you provide an minimal example that
demonstrates the problem?

> **What's a workflow that will allow me to open up my archived TO-DOs
> to evaluate them?**

I would probably do the same thing you did: i.e., use column view in the
archive file. You could also try including archive files in the agenda
("v A") and then using column view in the agenda. That would have the
effect of merging archived and non-archived tasks into a single view.


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