Org tutorials

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General Introductions to Org-mode

Power users describe their setup

In the following documents, the authors describe the details of their setup, along with the workflows they use to get organized with Org-mode. While as a beginner you probably should start with only a simple setup, these descriptions will be a fantastic source of inspiration once you start growing your use of Org-mode.

Tutorials on specific features

Lists

  • A short screencast presenting a few features of plain lists, by Bastien.

Tables, Spreadsheet, Plotting

Tags, Properties, and Column View

Agenda and search

Export and Publishing

Reproducible research

A talk by John Kitchin at SciPy 2013. In his truly amazing talk Emacs + org-mode + python in reproducible research, John shows off the capabilities of Org mode for reproducible research and authoring. This may be the best demonstration yet on this subject.

Special tasks

Natural Project Planning

Tracking Habits

Measuring Personal Effectiveness

Using version Control with Your org files

How to use jsMath with org-mode

Creating a Blog with Jekyll and org

Creating Beamer presentations

  • A tutorial for the new (org version 8.x) exporter, by Suvayu Ali.
  • Here is a tutorial for the old exporter (org v7.x), by Eric S. Fraga.
  • Also available is a YouTube video by Shulei Zhu, demonstrating the whole process.

Creating Non-Beamer presentations

Keeping up with your team's tasks

A setup that makes it easy to keep up with the work of several people, packaged as org-secretary.el in contrib.

Tracking tasks through a series of meetings

This tutorial describes a workflow for running a series of meetings, for example of a commission or any other group, and for keeping track of the groups tasks. Link to the tutorial.

Weaving a budget with Org and ledger

This tutorial describes how to use Org and ledger to manage your budget.

Contributing your package through Melpa + GitHub

Want to contribute ? GitHub + MELPA + Worg is a popular way to publish your contribution.

Contribute through Melpa + GitHub + Worg

Personal Setup

See also Powerusers describe their setup

Screencasts

See the Screencasts page for a complete list of Org-mode screencasts.

Features waiting for tutorials

  • The Clock Table
  • Sparse Trees
  • Hyperlinks
  • Using TODO states
  • Using TAGS
  • Embedded LaTeX
  • Using orgtbl-mode in LaTeX
  • Capture

Org-related pages by Tutorial authors

Here are the pages of a number of people that write for or about Org-mode:

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