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The documentation for org-todo-list states:

Show all (not done) TODO entries from all agenda file in a single list.

By default, the function shows ALL items with a TODO keyword. Is it possible to show items with a DONE keyword as well?

I know it's possible to use 'N r' to select individual keywords to show, but I have multiple TODO and multiple DONE states and would like to view them all simultaneously.

A huge bonus would be the ability to show ALL TODO and all DONE keywords individually as well.

For reference, my keywords are:

(setq org-todo-keywords
   '(;; Sequence for TASKS
     (sequence "TODO(t@/!)" "WAITING(w@/!)" "DELEGATED(e@/!)" "|" "ASSIGNED(.@/!)" "CANCELLED(x@/!)" "DONE(d@/!)")

     ;; Sequence for POSSESSIONS
     (sequence "PURCHASE(p@/!)" "PURCHASED(j@/!)" "TRANSIT(u@/!)" "GIFT(h@/!)" "SELL(k@/!)" "LOANED(n@/!)" "|" "UNWANTED(a@/!)" "OWN(o@/!)" "GIFTED(g@/!)"  "SOLD(c@/!)" "DISCARDED(q@/!)")

     ;; Sequence for MULTIMEDIA
     (sequence "CONSUME(r@/!)" "SUBSCRIBE(b@/!)" "CONSUMING(l@/!)" "SHARE(s@/!)" "|" "IGNORED(i@/!)" "REFERENCE(f@/!)")

     ;; Sequence for EVENTS
     (sequence "VISIT(v@/!)" "|" "DIDNOTGO(z@/!)" "MEETING(m@/!)" "VISITED(y@/!)")))
  • Without getting into the functionality of org-todo-list, it is possible to restrict a search to a user specified criteria using org-agenda-list, org-search-view and/or org-tags-view. Many users have not yet mastered the advanced searching techniques discussed in the manual: orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/advanced-searching.html . And, it is possible, to have several different searches with all results appearing in the *Org Agenda* buffer with the different views blocked in sections. My first inclination, without researching org-todo-list, is to create your own search. – lawlist Apr 17 '18 at 4:05
  • If you have not already discovered the write-ups by Sacha Chua, you may be interested in taking a look at her org-mode and org-agenda-mode configuration for pre-configured searches: pages.sachachua.com/.emacs.d/Sacha.html – lawlist Apr 17 '18 at 4:12
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You can use regular expression matching to match any non-empty TODO state. Use the tags view (C-c a m) and search for TODO={.+}. You can save this in org-agenda-custom-commands if you use it frequently. You can also search for individual keywords: TODO="TODO", TODO="ASSIGNED" and so on.

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