I just wondering if there is a way to go to the content which saved by doing
I couldn't find any customizable variable so far :-/
Thanks in advance!
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Org provides a couple ways to jump to the most recent captured item. The
org-capture command can be called with a
C-u C-u prefix to jump to the last entry. For example if you have bound
C-c c you should be able to use
C-u C-u C-c c.
By default org-capture will also set a bookmark
org-capture-last-stored so you can jump there using standard bookmark commands. For example, the default binding
C-x r b (
bookmark-jump) can be used to go to the bookmark set by org.
There's a chapter in the manual covering this: Capture - Refile - Archive. You can get there via
m (to pick from the menu), then
The variable you need is
org-default-notes-file. The value stored here is the file that captured notes are placed in.
You can also put
:jump-to-captured t as a property at the end of your capture definition in
setq org-capture-templates. It will then automatically jump to the point where your capture was created.