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From: Charles Millar <millarc@verizon.net>
To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: Is it possible to implement a TARGET date in addition to SCHEDULED and DEADLINE?
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2015 08:21:11 -0400	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <55169CB7.7010803@verizon.net> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <D13BEC67.238DC%Elwood151@web.de>

Hi Martin,

On 03/28/2015 12:28 AM, M wrote:
> I wonder how difficult it would be to add a 3rd "TARGET" date to
> headings/tasks, which is treated similar to Deadline and Scheduled dates
> (can be used in agenda, can be easily set and modified, ...) :
>
> example:
>
> * TODO [#A] My org-mode task
> TARGET: <2015-04-01 Mi> SCHEDULED: <2015-03-30 Mo>
>
>
Maybe something like this in your .emacs or init.el? I just added the 
"target dates" entry; good idea!

;;; Added the following on 2013-08-11; used Sacha Chua's code
;;; for ledger entries as a template
;;; intended for different TODO type of entries

(setq org-capture-templates

;;; tasks todo on a specific date, not appointments
       (append '(("t" "Todo entries")
         ("ts" "Scheduled" entry
              (file "~/Data/Emacs-Files/Org-Files/Bucket.org")
              "* TODO %?%^{What do you want to do?} %i\ SCHEDULED: 
%^{enter a timestamp}t\n\t:OTHERINFO:\n\t\t%^{Enter other pertinent 
info} %i\n\t:END:\n\t\tDate Entered %U\n"
              :empty-lines 1)

         ;; tasks wtih a target date
         ("tt" "Target dates" entry
          (file "~Data/Emacs-Files/Org-Files/Bucket.org")
              "* TODO %?%^{What do you want to do?} %i\ TARGET-DATE: 
%^{enter a timestamp}t\n\t:OTHERINFO:\n\t\t%^{Enter other pertinent 
info} %i\n\t:END:\n\t\tDate Entered %U\n"
              :empty-lines 1)


;; tasks with definite deadlines
         ("td" "Deadline" entry
              (file "~/Data/Emacs-Files/Org-Files/Bucket.org")
              "* TODO %?%^{What do you want to do?} %i\ DEADLINE: 
%^{enter a timestamp}t\n\t:OTHERINFO:\n\t\t%^{Enter other pertinent 
info} %i\n\t:END:\n\t\tDate Entered %U\n"
              :empty-lines 1)

;; plain vanilla task todo's
         ("tt" "PlainTODO" entry
              (file "~/Data/Emacs-Files/Org-Files/Bucket.org")
              "* TODO %?%^{What do you want to do?} %i\ %^{enter a 
timestamp}t\n\t:OTHERINFO:\n\t\t%^{Enter other pertinent info} 
%i\n\t:END:\n\t\tDate Entered %U\n"
              :empty-lines 1))


           org-capture-templates))

Regards,

Charlie Millar

      reply	other threads:[~2015-03-28 13:18 UTC|newest]

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2015-03-28  4:28 M
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