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* Option to prefer future for times too
@ 2009-10-01  8:21 PT
  2009-10-01 11:11 ` Carsten Dominik
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From: PT @ 2009-10-01  8:21 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Currently, I'm using Google Calendar and it's quick add syntax is very 


Of course, Org has similar capabilites, but I found one thing which google 
calendar does better: if it's 4pm and I add an event for 8am then GCal 
schedules it for 8am tomorrow.

Org, on the the other hand, schedules it for 8am today even if that time
is already passed. 

I never add past events and I think it's quite atypical. Shouldn't be an 
option similar to org-read-date-prefer-future for times
too, so that timestamps also prefer the future when no date given?

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