This is not quite what I meant as the current implementation still requires me
keep track of the start date outside of Zim.
The examples that I have to deal with are typically things that I learn about
today and know that I cannot do anything about them until a certain date and
ideally, I would like to have the task switch from non-actionable to actionable
(and thus appear in my task list) automatically based on a simple date
Could the excellent due date plugin be used for that, say by producing a syntax
the first indicating the starting date before which the task is not visible in
my task list
the second being the due date that we know already?
I love the way this little popup window functions BTW, simple but very
> On 11. May 2017, at 14:55, Jaap Karssenberg <jaap.karssenb...@gmail.com>
> Yes, in the context menu there is "Only show active tasks".
> On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 2:44 PM Christoph Held <kreisleri...@icloud.com
> <mailto:kreisleri...@icloud.com>> wrote:
> maybe I overlooked the obvious but is it currently possible to make tasks
> disappear from the task list before I can do anything about them?
> Example would be I need to respond to a funding call but the call is not out
> before a certain date in the future.
> Thanks for your help
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