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The GTD method rests on the idea of moving planned tasks and projects out of the mind by recording them externally and then breaking them into actionable work items.

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a10dix commented Apr 18, 2019

Feature request

*** Clearly state the use case.

  • What command did you run?
    task 275 modify due:tomorrow+1d

  • What did you expect to happen?
    The usual:
    Modifying task 275 '…'.
    Modified 1 task.
    Project '…' is …% complete (x of y tasks remaining).

  • What actually happened?
    No tasks specified.
    Indeed, the task 275 did not exist. It was 273. I may have been tired but I thought

type:enhancement good first issue
Trevoke commented Jan 1, 2022


;;; Org-gtd
(use-package! org-gtd
  :after org
  (setq org-gtd-directory "~/documents/org/gtd")
  (setq org-gtd-default-file-name "actionable")
  (setq org-edna-use-inheritance t)
   (:prefix-map ("d" . "org-gtd")
    :desc "Capture"        "c"  #'org-gtd-capture
    :desc "Engage"         "e"  #'org-gtd-engage
    :desc "Process inbox
documentation help wanted good first issue