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Is it possible to show top level heading ("project" heading) in the agenda?

(setq org-agenda-custom-commands
  '(("g" todo "WAITING" nil)
("n" todo "NEXT" nil)
("i" todo "IN-PROGRESS" nil)
("w" "Agenda + In-progress + Next Actions @work"
 ((agenda) (todo "IN-PROGRESS") (todo "NEXT"))
 ((org-agenda-tag-filter-preset '("+@work"))))
("d" "Agenda + In-progress + Next Actions"
 ((agenda) (todo "IN-PROGRESS") (todo "NEXT")))))

Projects file is part of Getting Things Done and I have this in my .emacs:

(setq org-agenda-files '("~/Dropbox/gtd/inbox.org"
                     "~/Dropbox/gtd/projects.org"
                     "~/Dropbox/gtd/tickler.org"))

Projects file contains headings for each project and subtrees of TODO lists. I guess I can just add a tag to each heading and filter by that tag but each heading will just appear as a TODO entry rather than a heading in the agenda.

  • The three main choices are org-search-view, org-tags-view, and org-agenda-list. Here is a link to the org-mode manual regarding advanced searching: orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/advanced-searching.html . It is unclear from the question whether the project is defined in your org-todo-keywords, and it is unknown whether you tried to search for that keyword; or, whether your have a particular tag in the heading containing your project that you could search for ...; or, .... At the present, we really have no idea what the project is in the context of this question ... – lawlist Apr 22 '18 at 14:52
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The level of a heading is stored in the special LEVEL property. You can search for like any other property. To restrict to a particular file, you can locally set org-agenda-files for that agenda command. For example:

(setq org-agenda-custom-commands
  '(("1" "Level 1 project headings" 
     tags-todo 
     "LEVEL=1"
     ((org-agenda-files '("~/Dropbox/gtd/projects.org")))
   )))

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