10.4 Commands in the agenda buffer
Entries in the agenda buffer are linked back to the Org file or diary
file where they originate. Commands are provided to show and jump to the
original entry location, and to edit the Org files “remotely” from
the agenda buffer. This is just a selection of the many commands, explore
Agenda menu and the manual for a complete list.
- Next line (same as <up> and C-p).
- Previous line (same as <down> and C-n).
- View/Go to Org file
- Display the original location of the item in another window.
With prefix arg, make sure that the entire entry is made visible in the
outline, not only the heading.
- Go to the original location of the item in another window. Under Emacs
22, mouse-1 will also work for this.
- Go to the original location of the item and delete other windows.
- Change display
- Delete other windows.
- d / w
- Switch to day/week view.
- f and b
- Go forward/backward in time to display the following
org-agenda-current-span days. For example, if the display covers a
week, switch to the following/previous week.
- Go to today.
- Prompt for a date and go there.
- v l or short l
- Toggle Logbook mode. In Logbook mode, entries that were marked DONE while
logging was on (variable
org-log-done) are shown in the agenda, as are
entries that have been clocked on that day. When called with a C-u
prefix, show all possible logbook entries, including state changes.
- r or g
- Recreate the agenda buffer, to reflect the changes.
- Save all Org buffers in the current Emacs session, and also the locations of
- Secondary filtering and query editing
- Filter the current agenda view with respect to a tag. You are prompted for a
letter to select a tag. Press ‘-’ first to select against the tag.
- Narrow the current agenda filter by an additional condition.
- Remote editing (see the manual for many more commands)
- Digit argument.
- Change the TODO state of the item, in the agenda and in the
- Delete the current agenda item along with the entire subtree belonging
to it in the original Org file.
- C-c C-w
- Refile the entry at point.
- C-c C-x C-a or short a
- Archive the subtree corresponding to the entry at point using the default
archiving command set in
- C-c C-x C-s or short $
- Archive the subtree corresponding to the current headline.
- C-c C-s
- Schedule this item, with prefix arg remove the scheduling timestamp
- C-c C-d
- Set a deadline for this item, with prefix arg remove the deadline.
- S-<right> and S-<left>
- Change the timestamp associated with the current line by one day.
- Start the clock on the current item.
- O / X
- Stop/cancel the previously started clock.
- Jump to the running clock in another window.