Optional Tasks Ant supports a number of optional tasks. An optional task is a task which typically requires an external library to function. The optional tasks are packaged together with the core Ant tasks.
This all works out of the box now without special hooks. When I start a capture mode task the task is clocked in as specified by: The quick clocking in and out of capture mode tasks often it takes less than a minute to capture some new task details can leave empty clock drawers in my tasks which aren't really useful.
Since I remove clocking lines with 0: I store notes, tasks, phone calls, and org-protocol tasks in refile. I used to use multiple files but found that didn't really have any advantage over a single file.
I don't stop what I'm doing. I'm probably clocking a project I'm working on and I don't want to lose my focus on that but I can't afford to forget this little thing that just came up.
So what do I do? Hit C-c c to start capture mode and select t since it's a new task and I get a buffer like this: The amount of time I spend entering the captured note is clocked. The capture templates are set to automatically clock in and out of the capture task.
This is great for interruptions and telephone calls too. After collecting a bunch of new tasks in my refile. All of my active org-files are in my org-agenda-files variable and contribute to the agenda. I collect capture tasks in refile. These now stand out daily on my block agenda and I usually refile them during the day.
I like to keep my refile task list empty. In my setup I let any file in org-agenda-files and the current file contribute to the list of valid refile targets. I've recently moved to using IDO to complete targets directly.
I find this to be faster than my previous complete in steps setup. At first I didn't like IDO but after reviewing the documentation again and learning about C-SPC to limit target searches I find it is much better than my previous complete-in-steps setup. Now when I want to refile something I do C-c C-w to start the refile process, then type something to get some matching targets, then C-SPC to restrict the matches to the current list, then continue searching with some other text to find the target I need.
C-j also selects the current completion as the final target. I like this a lot.
I show full outline paths in the targets so I can have the same heading in multiple subtrees or projects and still tell them apart while refiling. I now exclude DONE state tasks as valid refile targets.
This helps to keep the refile target list to a reasonable size.
Here is my refile configuration: IDO completion makes locating targets a snap. To find tasks to refile I run my agenda view with F12 SPC and scroll down to second section of the block agenda: This view shows all tasks even ones marked in a done state. Bulk refiling in the agenda works very well for multiple tasks going to the same place.
Just mark the tasks with m and then B r to refile all of them to a new location. Occasionally I'll also refile tasks as subtasks of the current clocking task using C-2 C-c C-w from the refile. Refiling all of my tasks tends to take less than a minute so I normally do this a couple of times a day.Step by step example to delete or remove hidden files, folder or directory on Linux Fedora system using rm command.
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