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Having 'org-agenda-files' set, is there a way to display headlines, which does not have any tags?

E.g 'C-c a' runs 'org-agenda', and then 'M' gives TODO items with specified tag. What if I want TODOs, which does not have any?

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You can use a regular expression in a tags search. A tag search for {.*} will match any tag and conversely, -{.*} will no tag.

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  • Thanks, this method works and does not ignore tag inheritance.
    – user3984
    Dec 6, 2015 at 19:36
  • For anyone searching for how to add a custom agenda command to find these: ("u" "Uncategorized" ((tags-todo "-{.*}")))
    – GaryO
    Aug 22, 2019 at 0:50
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You can do a regexp search on headlines not ending in a colon:

C-c a m will prompt for a match query. Type -{:$} to match headlines not ending in colon. The regular expression goes inside the curly brackets, and the minus sign is for negating the match.

Note that this method ignores tag inheritance.

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