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org_agenda

by robinchenyu ST3

Agenda View for Org Mode

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org_agenda

List tasks in agenda view.

Installation

use package control

Usage

In the org file, use ctrl+shift+m will create task agenda for current org file. Command OrgMode Agenda: Org Files will use agenda files for configured org files. To set org agenda files, open Preferences –> Package Settings –> org_agenda –> Settings - Default

"org_files": [
    "path/to/work.org",
    "path/to/todo.org"
    ],

Using g in Agenda view could reread the org files and update the files, Using tab could jump to the curresponding file and line of current task.