Hello, fellow org users, Until recently, I used to just Schedule a task once, and it would stay in the agenda until it is done.
This has a nice property of having "Schedules x234 days" displayed near the task in Agenda, so I know for how long this task has been hanging. However, often I find myself wanting to make the task as "done for today", meaning not that a task is finished, but rather that I have done everything I could do today. People around seem to suggest just re-scheduling it for tomorrow. This way the task will disappear from the Agenda. However, this way I am losing that nice metadata of "when a task was created". This can be worked around by, say, creating a clock-in session right after the creation of a task, or just marking it as a time-stamp, but this looks unpleasant. It's more convoluted than just counting time elapsed since "SCHEDULED" until "CLOSED". So, is it possible to add, or maybe there is some built-in way of accommodating for such a use-case? Maybe a way to automatically add a "CREATED" time-stamp for a task? Or maybe hide from agenda the tasks that "have a logbook entry today"? -- Your sincerely, Vladimir Nikishkin (MiEr, lockywolf) (Laptop)