If I start clock on an item, I can use
org-clock-jump-to-current-clock and it always takes me to the current item (from any buffer).
After you clock-out, you cannot jump to
current-clock anymore and that makes sense.
But what if I started the timer via
org-pomodoro? Then after it clocks out, in order to start another cycle I'd have to:
- open the .org buffer with the task I'm trying to clock
org-pomodorowhile on the task item
this will add a row to the item's CLOCK drawer (or whatever you have set in
So the question is:
Is there more efficient way to restart the timer on the last (clocked) item?
Without having to find and open the .org buffer?