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Recent changes by Dominik have added 'tags' - which allow you to place context tags for next actions, plus a whole bunch of methods to search for these, as well as setting up canned searches (so, for example, you could set up a key sequence to search for and display all of your tags related to Home, or Work etc). Very cool, highly recommended. Recent changes by Dominik have added 'tags' - which allow you to place context tags for next actions, plus a whole bunch of methods to search for these, as well as setting up canned searches (so, for example, you could set up a key sequence to search for and display all of your tags related to Home, or Work etc). Very cool, highly recommended.
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OrgMode

OrgMode is a mode that overload outline mode.

It is part of GNU Emacs and fits well for users who like outliners.

It is a great tool that can help you organize your life and help you to do in the Getting Things Done way. It suits well also for the One Big File strategy.

Recent changes by Dominik have added 'tags' - which allow you to place context tags for next actions, plus a whole bunch of methods to search for these, as well as setting up canned searches (so, for example, you could set up a key sequence to search for and display all of your tags related to Home, or Work etc). Very cool, highly recommended.

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