In org-mode agenda, it is very easy to add notes to entries with
org-agenda-add-notes (conveniently bound to
z by default). However, these notes are filed into a drawer along state change notes where they are anything but accessible.
Now, what I'd like to have is a simple and short way to see all notes attached to a headline from the agenda view. This way, I could e.g. take down why an item is in a
WAITING state (i.e., what it is I'm waiting for) without having to include much information into the headline itself and without cluttering the entry's body.
Since adding notes is so easy, it strikes me as odd that it should be complicated to view those notes. I looked for functions named anything with
note but found nothing of use (exept of course
org-agenda-add-notes). Is there a simple way to access those notes I don't see?
WAITINGpart to work. Look at
org-agenda-log-mode-items. I think you need to add the
stateentry. But I'm also curious how to get this to work for arbitrary notes.