I think I got a neat org agenda setup this time.
Or maybe it's because the semester is not on yet so I don't have any scheduled items or deadlines.
This was somewhat inspired by https://www.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/isesfo/get_things_done_with_emacs/, with some code taken from there. My setup's source available at: https://github.com/cadadr/configuration/blob/316daa1c974e71abdff8cc7f6913ea69b273754b/emacs.d/init.el#L4516-L4584
@cadadr Neat! Thanks for sharing the config behind it. What does this line do in the context of the agenda? `(gk-turn-on-outline-minor-mode "^[A-Z] " " :$" "C-'"))`
@EFLS No problem!
It's a simple wrapper to turn on outline-minor-mode. With it you can move by sections (C-' C-n, C-' C-p), fold them (C-' C-c, C-' C-e), &c.
If you'll copy the setup, do check out the latest version of it on master, it's a two window setup where it puts the long unsorted TODO list in a split window so the agenda is a bit more clearer.
@cadadr Thanks for the explanation. I've got an elaborate setup relying on org-ql already, and am using origami-mode for folding, but it might be a good idea to switch to outline-mode
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