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* Query for tags, and bring results into headline?
@ 2011-05-12 14:29 Nathan Neff
  2011-05-16 17:07 ` Matt Lundin
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 6+ messages in thread
From: Nathan Neff @ 2011-05-12 14:29 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: emacs-orgmode

I keep a lot of headlines tagged "question" that I
want to review before a daily meeting.

Currently I keep questions tagged with "question", and can
easily do an agenda search for them.  No problem.

Before a daily meeting, I create a daily meeting headline
like this:

* Daily Mtg 05/11/2011

Then, I do an agenda search for questions.

What I'm looking for is a way to query for
headlines tagged "question", and bring the results of that query into
the Daily Mtg 05/11/2011 headline -- preferably with
links to the questions to easily jump to them.

This way, I have a record that I asked certain questions,
and I can easily stay within my Daily Mtg headine, and not jump
to / from agenda and back to the daily mtg headline, which tends
to break my concentration.

Essentially, it would be a clock report, with links, except
it would not need to filter by any time/clocking information.

<Edit> I just found that I can copy the results of the agenda
into my headline, and simply surround the headings with [[ and ]], which
turns them into links.  This will work for the time being.

I suspect that another answer is a dynamic block.  Anyone
else doing something similar?


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2011-05-18 17:37       ` Matt Lundin
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