I have a
calendar.org file with roughly this structure:
**** Event 1
Description of event 1
**** Event 2
Description of event 2
What I do
Now if I wanted to add an event for the day November 22 2019, I would probably run
isearch-forward) and type the first letters of the month I'm looking for e.g. "Nove" would probably be enough - this would find the heading
*** November. From there, I would exit isearch and manually navigate to the subheading for the day I'm looking for. In my opinion this is excessive and inconvenient - is there a faster way?
For example, I could imagine a command that would let me quickly navigate to more and more nested subheadings from the minibuffer, the search would work dynamically similar to
ido-switch-buffer which I use, I don't know if this kind of search has a name.
Another idea is if I only wanted to add new data to an (existing?) heading have is maybe this can be achieved with
org-capture somehow. I know this can be done with a hardcoded heading but I'm not sure if it can be dynamically selected.
I don't know what is out there so I would appreciate any ideas about how to most efficiently add new data to a heading as in the example.